Metropolitan Opera House (at Lincoln Center)

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  • Address:

    Metropolitan Opera House (at Lincoln Center) Lincoln Center Plaza
    Upper West Side
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    at 65th St

  • Venue phone:

    212-362-6000

  • Venue website:

    metoperafamily.org

  • Transport:

    Subway: 1 to 66th St–Lincoln Ctr

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    1. Metropolitan Opera House (at Lincoln Center)
      • Lincoln Center Plaza
        Upper West Side
        New York
      • 212-362-6000
      • metoperafamily.org
      • 40.773107,-73.983738

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Aida

Classical and opera

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Having made her Met debut to widespread acclaim in this production of Verdi's Egyptian tragedy, Ukrainian soprano Liudmyla Monastyrska returns in the title role. Marco Armiliato conducts the first leg of this season's run.

  1. Thu Oct 30 – Wed Nov 12
  2. Metropolitan Opera House (at Lincoln Center)
  3. $27–$460
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Carmen

Classical and opera

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Anita Rachvelishvili is first up in the title role of Bizet's classic, in this season's revival of Richard Eyre's production. Aleksandrs Antonenko is her Don Jose. The excellent conductor Pablo Heras-Casado leads the orchestra.

The Death of Klinghoffer

Classical and opera

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An operatic retelling of a terrorist murder is bound to cause some unease, which is why this work has been talked about more than heard since its 1991 premiere. But on its recent opening night at the Met, protesters outside Lincoln Center—most of whom...

  1. Sat Nov 1 – Sat Nov 15
  2. Metropolitan Opera House (at Lincoln Center)
  3. $25–$220
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Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk

Classical and opera

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After the success the Met had with The Nose, it makes sense that the house would bring its other Shostakovich production out of mothballs. Famously despised by Stalin, this lascivious, funny and scabrous work could prove to be a highlight of the fall...

  1. Mon Nov 10 – Tue Nov 25
  2. Metropolitan Opera House (at Lincoln Center)
  3. $25–$445
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The Magic Flute

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Julie Taymor's whirling, whooshing, puppet-filled production of Mozart's lively singspiel returns in its full-length, German-language iteration at the Met this season. Adam Fischer conducts this year's run, which features Toby Spence as Tamino and Markus...

  1. Fri Oct 31 – Sat Nov 8
  2. Metropolitan Opera House (at Lincoln Center)
  3. $25–$445
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mercedes

The met today was fantastic, So creative. Great voices. Great acting. I''m still singing.