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The Live at the Met 2017 - 18 Season will include 10 incredible productions!

Sondra Radvanovsky and Sir David McVicar on the Met's new production of Norma

The Live at the Met 2017 -  18 Season will include 10 incredible productions!

Sondra Radvanovsky and Sir David McVicar on the Met's new production of Norma

Watch a preview of Sir David McVicar's new production of Bellini's “Norma," starring Sondra Radvanovsky and Joyce DiDonato. Opens September 25, 2017.

Bellini - Norma - Casta Diva - Sondra Radvanovsky

Norma Final scene RADVANOVSKY Deh!Non volerli vittime.

Metropolitan Opera's Canadian conductor

 Montreal-born Yannick Nézet-Seguin has recently taken on the prestigious role as musical director of the Metropolitan Opera in New York City

The Met Opera's Peter Gelb, Anna Netrebko and Bartlett Sher | Clip | TimesTalks

Join acclaimed opera soprano Anna Netrebko, who stars this fall as Verdi heroine Leonora in “Il Trovatore,” award–winning director Bartlett Sher, whose “Otello” will open the new season, and The Metropolitan Opera’s general manager Peter Gelb, commemorating his first 10 years at The Met. Moderated by New York Times classical music and dance reporter Michael Cooper.

James Levine, Plácido Domingo, and Peter Gelb in Conversation

Music Director Emeritus James Levine and legendary tenor Plácido Domingo, two of the Met's most beloved artists, join General Manager Peter Gelb to discuss their current collaboration in "Nabucco" and their long careers with the company.

Peter Gelb on opera - The New Yorker Conference

Peter Gelb talks with Alex Ross about the appeal of opera in modern culture

Jim Zirin-Has Peter Gelb Saved the Metropolitan Opera?-Peter Gelb

Peter Gelb

At the very close of the 2009-2010 season, General Manager of the Metropolitan Opera Peter Gelb was in St Petersburg for literally just a few hours. Despite his packed schedule, Mr Gelb kindly gave us a few minutes of his time to tell us about his opinion on the relationship between the Mariinsky Theatre and the Metropolitan Opera.

James Levine, Peter Gelb on Met Opera Plans

Backstage at the Metropolitan Opera with Martha Stewart

The Met: Live in HD – On Stage and Behind the Scenes

Web exclusive Backstage at the Metropolitan Opera

A Day at the Met | Sarah's Music

Known as the “Met”, The Metropolitan Opera House in New York is the largest opera house in the world and one of the most famous. Sarah goes backstage at a rehearsal of Massenet´s opera “Manon” and meets the General Manager of the Met, Peter Gelb.

New York Metropolitan Opera

The Metropolitan Opera is an opera company based in New York City, resident at the Metropolitan Opera House, located at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

The Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center

Swarovski 120 Jahre -Chandeliers in New York's Metropolitan Opera

Swarovski chandeliers in the New York Metropolitan Opera House  The Met’s Chandeliers Rise Again

Metropolitan Opera Side Stage Wagons

In 1968, Olaf Sööt designed a new rear stage wagon and turntable for the Metropolitan Opera in New York. The rear wagon and its turntable are still in operation. Now, more than forty years later, it was time to replace the aging side stage wagons which did not have the sufficient capacity nor the reliability required for the present-day opera productions.

The new side stage wagon system, designed by Olaf Sööt Design, LLC, consists of left and right wagon groups and has many first of a kind features. Five individual 8-ft. wide by 60-ft. long wagons form the stage left group and six are used for the stage right group. There are two drive wagons in each group, which also guide the system, while the remaining wagons are slaves. The wagons in each group can be latched together, by remote controls, to operate as one or in various configurations. The left and right stage wagon groups can also be linked at their stage ends to operate as a large 120 ft. by 40 ft. wagon or other configurations can be chosen.

Lift move on stage at the met opera

Backstage at the Met

Aida in Met History

Met Director of Archives Robert Tuggle talks to Mary Jo Heath about vintage Aida items from past Met productions during the opera's 2012 Live in HD transmission.

The Metropolitan Opera history

Rudolf Bing Farewell

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