The Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning Live in HD series
returns to cinemas this October! Don’t miss the chance to experience thrilling
live opera transmissions, special interviews, and behind-the-scenes features from
the comfort of your local cinema.
All live events take place on Saturdays, with special encore
presentations of each screening the following Wednesday. The full schedule of
presentations is below.
Sondra Radvanovsky stars as the sorceress who will stop at nothing in her quest for vengeance. Joining her in the Met-premiere production of Cherubini’s masterpiece is tenor Matthew Polenzani as Medea’s husband, Giasone. Carlo Rizzi conducts.
Julie Taymor’s kaleidoscopic production returns to select cinemas this holiday season in an encore presentation of the company’s first-ever Live in HD transmission, starring tenor Matthew Polenzani, baritone Nathan Gunn, and bass René Pape.
Soprano Renée Fleming returns to the Met in the world-premiere production of Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Kevin Puts’s The Hours. Soprano Kelli O’Hara and mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato join Fleming as the opera’s trio of heroines. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts.
Packed with memorable melodies and explosive confrontations, Fedora requires a cast of thrilling voices, and the Met promises to deliver. Soprano Sonya Yoncheva stars as the title princess who falls in love with Count Loris, sung by tenor Piotr Beczała.
Baritone Michael Volle stars as the caddish knight Falstaff, gleefully tormented by a trio of clever women who deliver his comeuppance, in Verdi’s glorious Shakespearean comedy. Daniele Rustioni conducts.
A dream cast assembles for Strauss’s grand Viennese comedy: Soprano Lise Davidsen is the Marschallin, opposite mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard as Octavian and soprano Erin Morley as Sophie. Simone Young conducts.
Terence Blanchard brings his first opera to the Met after his Fire Shut Up in My Bonestriumphantly premiered in 2021. Bass-baritone Ryan Speedo Green stars as the young boxer Emile Griffith. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts.
Ivo van Hove brings a new staging of Mozart’s tragicomedy to the Met, re-setting the tale of deceit and damnation in an abstract landscape. Baritone Peter Mattei stars in the title role. Nathalie Stutzmann conducts.
In his Met-debut staging, Simon McBurney lets loose a volley of theatrical flourishes, projections, sound effects, and acrobatics to create what The Wall Street Journal declared “the best production I’ve ever witnessed of Mozart’s opera.”