Opéras en plein air

Les projections se feront sur l’esplanade du Lincoln Center Plaza chaque soir et gratuitement! 2800 sièges disponibles. Pour les gourmands qui auront réussi à obtenir l’un desun pique-nique composé de trois plats sera à disposition de 17h à 20h au Bar Boulud, de l’autre côté de la rue.

Voici le programme:
The Magic Flute – Sunday, August 29, 8pm
Der Rosenkavalier – Monday, August 30, 7:15pm
Doctor Atomic – Tuesday, August 31, 7:45pm
Les Contes d’Hoffmann – Wednesday, September 1, 7:45pm
La Bohème – Thursday, September 2, 8pm
Hansel and Gretel – Friday, September 3, 8pm
Turandot – Saturday, September 4, 8pm
Aida – Sunday, September 5, 8pm
Carmen – Monday, September 6, 7:45pm
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The Magic Flute
Sunday, August 29, 8pm

James Levine conducts Mozart’s immortal fairy tale in this abridged, English-language production by Tony Award winner Julie Taymor. Starring Ying Huang as Pamina, Erika Miklósa as the Queen of the Night, Matthew Polenzani as Tamino, Nathan Gunn as Papageno, and René Pape as Sarastro.
Approximate running time: 113 minutes

Pre-screening Met Guild lecture: Finding New Magic in The Magic Flute


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Der Rosenkavalier
Monday, August 30, 7:15pm

Edo de Waart conducts a stellar cast in Strauss’s comic masterpiece, led by Renée Fleming, Susan Graham, and Christine Schäfer. Eric Cutler is the Italian Singer, and Kristinn Sigmundsson sings Baron Ochs.
Approximate running time: 195 minutes

Pre-screening Met Guild lecture: Der Rosenkavalier: Meeting the Marschallin


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Doctor Atomic
Tuesday, August 31, 7:45pm

John Adams’s powerful work that explores the creation of the atomic bomb stars Gerald Finley as J. Robert Oppenheimer. Alan Gilbert conducts this production by Penny Woolcock.
Approximate running time: 164 minutes

Pre-screening Met Guild lecture: The Energy of Doctor Atomic


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Les Contes d’Hoffmann
Wednesday, September 1, 7:45pm

James Levine conducts Bartlett Sher’s new production of Offenbach’s fantastical opera, with Anna Netrebko as Antonia, Joseph Calleja as Hoffmann, and Alan Held as the Four Villains. Kathleen Kim sings Olympia, Ekaterina Gubanova is Giulietta, and Kate Lindsey is Nicklausse.
Approximate running time: 160 minutes

Pre-screening Met Guild lecture: Les Contes d’Hoffmann: Muses of Music


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La Bohème
Thursday, September 2, 8pm

Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production of this Puccini favorite features Angela Gheorghiu as Mimì, Ramón Vargas as Rodolfo, Ainhoa Arteta as Musetta, and Ludovic Tézier as Marcello. Nicola Luisotti conducts.
Approximate running time: 130 minutes

Pre-screening Met Guild lecture: Zoom in Zeffirelli with La Bohème


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Hansel and Gretel
Friday, September 3, 8pm

Humperdinck’s beloved masterpiece is conducted by Vladimir Jurowski and stars Christine Schäfer as Gretel, Alice Coote as Hansel, and Philip Langridge as the Witch.
Approximate running time: 112 minutes

Pre-screening Met Guild lecture: The Witch’s World of Hansel and Gretel


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Turandot
Saturday, September 4, 8pm

Franco Zeffirelli’s spectacular production of Puccini’s last opera stars Maria Guleghina as Turandot, Marina Poplavskaya as Liù, Marcello Giordani as Calàf, and Samuel Ramey as Timur. Andris Nelsons conducts.
Approximate running time: 120 minutes

Pre-screening Met Guild lecture Turandot: Calaf’s Cultural References


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Aida
Sunday, September 5, 8pm

Daniele Gatti conducts a cast of powerful voices in Verdi’s tale of ancient Egypt. Violeta Urmana sings the title role, Dolora Zajick returns in one of her most acclaimed portrayals as Amneris, Johan Botha is Radamès, and Carlo Guelfi sings Amonasro.
Approximate running time: 150 minutes

Pre-screening Met Guild lecture Aida: The Grandeur of Grand Opera


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Carmen
Monday, September 6, 7:45pm

Director Richard Eyre’s acclaimed new production of Bizet’s masterpiece stars Elīna Garanča in the title role, Roberto Alagna as Don José, Barbara Frittoli as Micaëla, and Teddy Tahu Rhodes as Escamillo. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts.
Approximate running time: 159 minutes

Pre-screening Met Guild lecture: Classic Carmens