The soprano Anna Netrebko, who was considered beautiful by the New York Times when she made her debut role for Tosca in 2018, is back as the explosive savage of Puccini, once again popular with the population. Tenors Naymidin Mavlyanov and Brian Jagde alternate as the ideal artist Cavaradossi, while baritons George Gagnidze and Michael Volle end the fatal love triangle of the opera as the ancestor of Scarpia. Bertrand de Billy runs the stunning production of Sir David McVicars.
One of America’s favorite operas returns to the Met for the first time in almost 30 years. James Robinson’s stylish production transports the audience to Catfish Row on the Charleston coastline, filled with music, dance, emotions and heartbeat for residents. If you are going to place Gershwin’s opera, that’s right, the Guardian rushed to the premiere of the new production in London in 2018. David Robertson is organizing a dynamic cast consisting of the beautiful duo of Eric Owens and Angel Blue in lead roles and an all-star ensemble consisting of Golda Schultz, Lathonia Moore, Dennis Graves, Frederick Balantin, Alfred Walker and Ryan Speedy Green.
Soprano Diana Damrau, after her triumph in Violetta in recent seasons, a new production of Verdis La Traviata, stars such as The Tortured Mary, Queen of Scotland, at the Donizettis bel canto exhibition. Mezzo-soprano star Jamie Barton is his powerful opponent, Queen Elizabeth I, and silky vocal tenor Stephen Costello is the noble count of Leicester. Mauricio Benini directs the beautiful production of Sir David McVicars.