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2020-2021

2021-2022 2022-2023 2023-2024 Unknown Seasons

m = Saturday matinee performances
e = Saturday evening performances
s = Sunday matinee performances
* = Met debut

New Productions[]

Terence Blanchard's Fire Shut Up in My Bones (MET PREMIERE)
September 27, 2021 (Opening Night)
October 1, 4, 13, 16m, 19, & 23m, 2021
Creative Team
Libretto: Kasi Lemmons*, based on the book by Charles M. Blow
Co-Directors: James Robinson & Camille A. Brown
Scenic Designer: Allen Moyer
Costume Designer: Paul Tazewell
Lighting Designer: Christopher Akerlind
Projection Designer: Greg Emetaz
Choreographer: Camille A. Brown
Cast
Conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin / Kazem Abdullah*
Destiny/Lonliness/Greta: Angel Blue
Billie: Latonia Moore
Evelyn: Brittany Renee*
Bertha: Cierra Byrd*
Charles: Will Liverman
Char’es Baby: Walter Russell III
Spinner: Chauncey Packer
Chicken Plucker/Adult William: Terrence Chin-Loy*
Adult Nathan: Errin Duane Brooks / Steven Myles*
Chester: Chris Kenney* / Benjamin Taylor*
Pastor/Kaboom: Donovan Singletary
Foreman/Adult James: Norman Garrett
Adult Robert: Calvin Griffin* / Rocky Sellers*

Commissioned by the Metropolitan Opera. Originally commissioned by Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, co-commissioned by Jazz Saint Louis

Matthew Aucoin's Eurydice (MET PREMIERE)
November 23, 27m, & 30, 2021
December 4m, 8, 11e, & 16, 2021
Creative Team
Libretto: Sarah Ruhl*, adapted from her play Eurydice
Production: Mary Zimmerman
Scenic Designer: Daniel Ostling
Costume Designer: Ana Kuzmanic
Lighting Designer: T.J. Gerckens
Projection Designer: S. Katy Tucker
Choreographer: Denis Jones
Cast
Conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin / Daniela Candillari*
Eurydice: Erin Morley
Orpheus's Double: Jakub Józef Orliński* / John Holiday*
Hades: Barry Banks
Orpheus: Joshua Hopkins
Father: Nathan Berg
Little Stone: Stacey Tappan
Big Stone: Ronnita Miller
Loud Stone: Chad Shelton
A co-production of the Metropolitan Opera and LA Opera. Originally commissioned by the Metropolitan Opera/Lincoln Center Theatre New Works Program with support from the OPERA America Repertoire Development Grant

Giuseppe Verdi's Rigoletto
December 31, 2021
January 4, 7, 11, 15e, 19, 22e, 25, & 29m, 2022
May 28e, 2022
June 1, 4e, 8, & 11e, 2022
Creative Team
Production: Bartlett Sher
Scenic Designer: Michael Yeargan
Costume Designer: Catherine Zuber
Lighting Designer: Donald Holder
Cast
Conductor: Daniele Rustioni / Karel Mark Chichon
Gilda: Rosa Feola / Andriana Chuchman / Erin Morley
Maddalena: Varduhi Abrahamyan* / Yulia Matochkina*
Countess Ceprano: Sylvia D'Eramo* / Chanae Curtis
Giovanna: Eve Gigliotti / Edyta Kulczak
The Duke of Mantua: Piotr Beczała / Stephen Costello
Rigoletto: Quinn Kelsey / Michael Chioldi
Monterone: Craig Colclough
Sparafucile: Andrea Mastroni / Ante Jerkunica*
Borsa: Scott Scully
Marullo: Jeongcheol Cha
Count Ceprano: Christopher Job

Giuseppe Verdi's Don Carlos (FRENCH VERSION)
February 28, 2022
March 3, 6s, 10, 13s, 18, 22, & 26m, 2022
Creative Team
Production: Sir David McVicar
Scenic Designer: Charles Edwards
Costume Designer: Brigitte Reiffenstuel
Lighting Designer: Adam Silverman
Movement Director: Leah Hausman
Cast
Conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin / Patrick Furrer
Élisabeth de Valois: Sonya Yoncheva
Eboli: Jamie Barton
Thibault: Meigui Zhang
La Voix Celeste: Amanda Woodbury
Don Carlos: Matthew Polenzani
Rodrigue: Étienne Dupuis
Philippe II: Eric Owens
Grand Inquisitor: John Relyea
Friar: Matthew Rose
Herald: Eric Ferring
Comte Lerme: Joo Won Kang
Flemish Deputies: Vyadyslav Buialskyi*, Msimilelo Mbali, Samson Setu*, Paul Corona, Jeongcheol Cha, Christopher Job

Gaetano Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor
April 23e, 26, & 29, 2022
May 2, 6, 10, 14m, 17, & 21m, 2022
Creative Team
Production: Simon Stone*
Scenic Designer: Lizzie Clachan
Costume Designer: Alice Babidge
Lighting Designer: James Farncombe
Cast
Conductor: Riccardo Frizza
Lucia: Nadine Sierra
Alisa: Deborah Nansteel
Edgardo: Javier Camarena
Enrico: Artur Ruciński
Raimondo: Matthew Rose
Arturo: Eric Ferring
Normanno: Alok Kumar

Brett Dean's Hamlet (MET PREMIERE)
May 13, 18, 21e, 26, & 31, 2022
June 4m & 9, 2022
Creative Team
Libretto: Matthew Jocelyn*, adapted from Shakespeare's play Hamlet
Production: Neil Armfield*
Scenic Designer: Ralph Myers
Costume Designer: Alice Babidge
Lighting Designer: Jon Clark
Movement Director: Denni Sayers
Cast
Conductor: Nicholas Carter*
Claudius: Rod Gilfry
Ghost/Gravedigger/Player 1: Sir John Tomlinson
Ophelia: Brenda Rae
Gertrude: Dame Sarah Connolly
Rosencrantz: Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen*
Guildenstern: Christopher Lowrey*
Hamlet: Allan Clayton*
Laertes: David Butt Philip
Polonius: William Burden
Horatio: Jacques Imbrailo*
Player 2: Manase Latu*?
Player 3: Chad Shelton
Marcellus/Player 4: Justin Austin*
Pit Octet: Monica Dewey*, Chanae Curtis*, Tesia Kwarteng*, Megan Moore*, John Matthew Myers*, Christian Mark Gibbs, Benjamin Sieverding*, Wm. Clay Thompson*
A Glyndebourne production

Repertory[]

Modest Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov (ORIGINAL 1869 VERSION)
September 28, 2021
October 2e, 5, 9m, 14, & 17s, 2021
Cast
Conductor: Sebastian Weigle
Innkeeper: Tichina Vaughan
Nurse: Eve Gigliotti
Xenia: Erika Baikoff*
Feodor: Megan Marino
Grigory: David Butt Philip*
Shuisky: Maxim Paster*
Shchelkalov: Aleksey Bogdanov*
Boris Godunov: René Pape
Pimen: Ain Anger*
Varlaam: Ryan Speedo Green
Missail: Brenton Ryan
Holy Fool: Miles Mykkanen
Boyar in Attendance: Mark Schowalter
Nikitich: Richard Bernstein
Mitiukha: Bradley Garvin
Officer: Kevin Burdette

Giacomo Puccini's Turandot
October 12, 16e, 21, 24s, & 29, 2021
November 2, 6e, 12, & 16, 2021
April 30e, 2022
May 3, 7m, 11, & 14s, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Marco Armiliato
Turandot: Christine Goerke / Anna Netrebko
Liù: Gabriella Reyes / Michelle Bradley/ Ermonela Jaho
Calàf: Yusif Eyvazov / Yonghoon Lee
Timur: James Morris / Alexander Tsymbalyuk / Ferruccio Furlanetto
Ping: Hyung Yun / Alexey Lavrov
Pang: Tony Stevenson
Pong: Eric Ferring*
Emperor Altoum: Carlo Bosi / Mark Schowalter
Mandarin: Kevin Short / Javier Arrey / Jeongcheol Cha

Richard Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
October 26 & 30m, 2021
November 4, 7s, 11, & 14s, 2021
Cast
Conductor: Sir Antonio Pappano
Night Watchman: Alexander Tsymbalyuk
Eva: Lise Davidsen
Magdalene: Claudia Mahnke*
Walther von Stolzing: Klaus Florian Vogt
David: Paul Appleby
Hans Sachs: Michael Volle
Beckmesser: Johannes Martin Kränzle
Kothner: Martin Gantner
Pogner: Georg Zeppenfeld
Vogelgesang: Miles Mykannen
Nachtigall: Mark Delavan
Ortel: Bradley Garvin
Zorn: Chaz'men Williams-Ali*
Moser: Robert Watson*
Eisslinger: Scott Scully
Foltz: Richard Bernstein
Schwarz: Scott Conner

The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess
October 31s, 2021
November 3, 6m, 10, 13m, 18, 21s, 24, & 27e, 2021
December 1, 4e, 9, & 12s, 2021
Cast
Conductor: David Robertson / J. David Jackson
Bess: Angel Blue / Elizabeth Llewellyn
Clara: Janai Brugger / Jacqueline Echols
Serena: Latonia Moore/Leah Hawkins (partial)
Maria: Denyce Graves / Tichina Vaughn
Lily: Zoie Reams*
Strawberry Woman: Amani Cole-Felder* / Leah Hawkins
Sportin' Life: Frederick Ballentine
Porgy: Eric Owens/Kevin Short
Crown: Alfred Walker
Jake: Ryan Speedo Green
Mingo: Errin Duane Brooks
Robbins / Crab Man: Chauncey Packer
Peter: Joshua Blue*
Jim: Norman Garrett
Lawyer Frazier: Kenneth Overton*
Undertaker: Msimilelo Mbali*

*Please Note: For Act 2, Scene 2 of the November 10th performance, Leah Hawkins (who also played the Strawberry Woman) stepped in to the role of Serena. Before that, the role was sung by the originally scheduled Latonia Moore.


The worldwide copyrights in the works of George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin for this presentation are licensed by the Gershwin family. GERSHWIN is a registered trademark of Gershwin Enterprises. Porgy and Bess is a registered trademark of Porgy and Bess Enterprises. A co-production of the Metropolitan Opera; Dutch National Opera, Amsterdam; and English National Opera

Giacomo Puccini's La Bohème
November 9, 13e, 17, 20m, 26, & 29, 2021
December 3, 2021
January 9s, 13, 18, & 22m, 2022
May 16, 20, 24, & 27, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Eun Sun Kim* / Carlo Rizzi
Mimì: Anita Hartig / Maria Agresta / Eleonora Buratto
Musetta: Federica Lombardi / Gabriella Reyes / Aleksandra Kurzak
Rodolfo: Charles Castronovo / Yusif Eyvazov
Marcello: Artur Ruciński / Joo Won Kang* / Lucas Meachem / Quinn Kelsey
Schaunard: Alexander Birch Elliott / Iurii Samoilov*
Colline: Nicholas Brownlee / Ryan Speedo Green / Peter Kellner* / Nicholas Testé
Benoit/Alcindoro: Donald Maxwell

Giacomo Puccini's Tosca
December 2, 5s, 11m, 15, & 18e, 2021
January 8e, 14, 17, 21, 26, & 29e, 2022
March 1, 5e, 9, & 12e, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin / Carlo Rizzi
Floria Tosca: Sondra Radvanovsky / Iulia Isaev / Elena Stikhina / Aleksandra Kurzak
Mario Cavaradossi: Brian Jagde / Joseph Calleja / Roberto Alagna
Scarpia: George Gagnidze / Željko Lučić
Sacristan: Patrick Carfizzi
Angelotti: Kevin Short / Kyle Albertson* / Lucia Lucas*
Spoletta: Tony Stevenson / Brenton Ryan
Sciarrone: Christopher Job / Jeongcheol Cha / Bradley Garvin
Jailer: Adam Lau* / Matthew Anchel / William Guanbo Su*

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's The Magic Flute (HOLIDAY PRESENTATION)
December 10, 14, 18m, 21, 23, 27, & 29, 2021
January 1e & 5, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Jane Glover / Patrick Furrer*
Pamina: Hera Hyesang Park
Queen of the Night: Kathryn Lewek
Tamino: Matthew Polenzani / Eric Ferring
Monostatos: Rodell Rosel / David Cangelosi
Papageno: Rolando Villazón / Will Liverman
Speaker: Patrick Carfizzi
Sarastro: Morris Robinson / Peixin Chen
Papagena: Ashley Emerson / Diana Newman*
First Lady: Felicia Moore* / Wendy Bryn Harmer / Jessica Faselt
Second Lady: Sarah Larsen
Third Lady: Daryl Freedman
Armed Men: Richard Trey Smagur*, Adam Lau
Priests: Ashraf Sewailam* / Matthew Burns*, Mark Schowalter / Julius Ahn

Jules Massenet's Cinderella (HOLIDAY PRESENTATION)
December 17, 19s, 22, 24, 28, & 30, 2021
January 1m & 3, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Emmanuel Villaume
Fairy Godmother: Jessica Pratt / Brandie Sutton
Cinderella: Isabel Leonard / Julie Boulianne
Prince Charming: Emily D'Angelo / Samantha Hankey
Madame de la Haltière: Stephanie Blythe / Eve Gigliotti
Pandolfe: Laurent Naouri
Noemie: Jacqueline Echols / Lindsay Ohse / Vanessa Becerra* (singing) / Linda Gelinas (acting)
Dorothee: Maya Lahyani
Dean of the Faculty: Jonah Hoskins* / Dylan Morrongiello*
Master of Ceremonies (aka Surintendant des Plaisirs): Matthew Anchel*
First Minister: Paul Corona / Luis Orozco*
King: Michael Sumuel*

Note: For the December 28th performance, the soprano supposed to sing the role of Noemie was ill. The Met called in Soprano Vanessa Becerra to sing the role from the wings while dancer Linda Gelinas acted the role onstage.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro
January 8m, 12, 15m, 20, 23s, & 28
April 2e, 6, 9m, 13, 16e, & 21, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Daniele Rustioni / Gareth Morrell / James Gaffigan / Nimrod David Pfeffer*
Countess Almaviva: Golda Schultz / Federica Lombardi
Susanna: Lucy Crowe / Aida Garifullina
Cherubino: Isabel Leonard / Sasha Cooke
Marcellina: Elizabeth Bishop
Barbarina: Erika Baikoff / Meigui Zhang
Count Almaviva: Adam Plachetka / Gerald Finley
Figaro: Ryan McKinny / Christian Van Horn
Dr. Bartolo: Maurizio Muraro
Don Basilio: Giuseppe Filianoti
Curzio: Tony Stevenson
Antonio: Paul Corona

Richard Strauss's Ariadne auf Naxos
March 1, 5m, 8, 12m, & 17, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Marek Janowski
Ariadne: Lise Davidsen
Zerbinetta: Brenda Rae
Composer: Isabel Leonard
Najade: Deanna Breiwick
Echo: Maureen McKay
Dryade: Tamara Mumford
Bacchus: Brandon Jovanovich
Harlekin: Sean Michael Plumb*
Music Master: Johannes Martin Kränzle
The Major-Domo: Wolfgang Brendel
Brighella: Miles Mykkanen
Scaramuccio: Alok Kumar
Dancing Master: Brenton Ryan
Truffaldino: Ryan Speedo Green
Officer: Thomas J. Capobianco*
Wigmaker: Philip Cokorinos
Lackey: Patrick Carfizzi

George Frideric Handel's Rodelinda (SHORTENED VERSION)
March 11, 15, 19m, 24, & 27s, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Harry Bicket
Rodelinda: Elza van den Heever
Eduige: Jamie Barton
Bertarido: Iestyn Davies
Unulfo: Anthony Roth Costanzo
Grimoaldo: Paul Appleby
Garibaldo: Adam Plachetka

Giacomo Puccini's Madama Butterfly (NO SECOND INTERMISSION)
March 19e, 23, 26e, & 30, 2022
April 3s, 19, 22, 27, & 30m, 2022
May 4 & 7e, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Alexander Soddy
Cio-Cio-San: Eleonora Buratto
Suzuki: Elizabeth DeShong
Kate Pinkerton: Yunuet Laguna* / Edyta Kulczak
Pinkerton: Brian Jagde
Sharpless: David Bizic
Goro: Scott Scully
Yamadori: Thomas Glass* / Jeongcheol Cha
Imperial Commioner: Bradley Garvin / Christopher Job
Bonze: Raymond Aceto
A co-production of the Metropolitan Opera, English National Opera, and the Lithuanian National Opera

Pyotr Ilyitch Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin
March 25 & 29, 2022
April 2m, 7, 10s, & 14, 2022
Cast
Conductor: James Gaffigan
Tatiana: Ailyn Pérez
Olga: Varduhi Abrahamyan
Filippyevna: Larissa Diadkova
Larina: Elena Zaremba
Lenski: Piotr Beczała
Onegin: Igor Golovatenko
Prince Gremin: Ain Anger
Triquet: Tony Stevenson
Captain: Vyadyslav Buialskyi
Zaretsky: Richard Bernstein
A co-production of the Metropolitan Opera and English National Opera

Richard Strauss's Elektra
April 1, 5, 9e, 12, 16m, & 20, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Sir Donald Runnicles
Elektra: Nina Stemme
Chrysothemis: Lise Davidsen
Klytämnestra: Michaela Schuster
Aegisth: Stefan Vinke
Orest: Greer Grimsley
Serving Women: Tichina Vaughn, Eve Gigliotti, Krysty Swann*, Alexandria Shiner*, Hei-Kyung Hong
Young Servant: Thomas J. Capobianco
Old Servant: Richard Bernstein
Guardian of Orest: Harold Wilson
Co-production of the Metropolitan Opera, New York; Teatro all Scala, Milan; the Festival d’Aix-en Provence; the Finnish National Opera, Helsinki; the Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin; and the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona

Philip Glass's Akhnaten
May 19, 22s, 25, & 28m, 2022
June 2, 5s, & 10, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Karen Kamensek
Queen Tye: Dísella Lárusdóttir
Nefertiti: Rihab Chaieb
Akhnaten: Anthony Roth Costanzo
High Priest of Amon: Aaron Blake
Horemhab: Will Liverman
Aye: Richard Bernstein
Amenhotep III: Zachary James
Bekhetaten: Lindsay Ohse
Meretaten: Katrina Thurman*
Maketaten: Chrystal E. Williams
Ankhesenpaaten: Annie Rosen
Neferneferhuaten: Olivia Vote
Sotopenre: Suzanne Hendrix
This production was originally created by English National Opera and LA Opera, in collaboration with Improbable

Igor Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress
May 30, 2022
June 3, 7, & 11m, 2022
Cast
Conductor: Susanna Mälkki
Anne Trulove: Golda Schultz
Baba the Turk: Alice Coote
Tom Rakewell: Ben Bliss
Nick Shadow: Christian van Horn
Trulove: James Creswell
Mother Goose: Eve Gigliotti
Sellem: Tony Stevenson
Keeper of the Madhouse: Paul Corona

Special Events[]

Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem: The Met Remembers 9/11
September 11, 2021
Conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin
Soprano: Ailyn Pérez
Mezzo-Soprano: Michelle DeYoung
Tenor: Matthew Polenzani
Bass: Eric Owens

Kristin Chenoweth: Christmas at the Met

December 13th, 2021

Musical Direction: Mary-Mitchell Campbell

Direction: Richard Jay-Alexander

Sonya Yoncheva in Recital
January 23, 2022
Pianist: Malcom Martineau*

National Council Auditions Grand Finals Concert
May 1, 2022
Conductor: Marco Armiliato

Live in HD[]

BORIS GODUNOV: October 9, 2021

FIRE SHUT UP IN MY BONES: October 23, 2021

EURYDICE: December 4, 2021

CINDERELLA—HOLIDAY PRESENTATION: January 1, 2022

RIGOLETTO: January 29, 2022

ARIADNE AUF NAXOS: March 12, 2022

DON CARLOS: March 26, 2022

TURANDOT: May 7, 2022

LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR: May 21, 2022

HAMLET: June 4, 2022


THE MAGIC FLUTE (Encore from December 30th, 2006): December 11th, 2021

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