Giuseppe Verdi’s Dramatic Realization, or How a Prudent and Pressing Publisher Can Make Dreams Come True

School’s in sesson! Met Chorus tenor Dr. Jeremy Little (who just got his doctorate in musical arts at SUNY Stonybrook) shares with us the story of how Giuseppe Verdi emerged from retirement to transition from a formal compositional style to a more through-composed form, which you'll witness when you join us for Otello and Falstaff next season...

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Outreach Corner: ArtSmart, Run By Met Artists!

When Met Extra Choristers Megan Pachecano & Tom Mulder aren’t performing on the Met stage, they’re molding young minds with an organization called ArtSmart, which was founded by Met Opera favorite Michael Fabiano. Read on to hear about all the wonderful work they’re doing to provide private vocal instruction (and much more) to kids in the metro area!

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Get excited: the 2018-2019 Met Opera season is right around the corner!

All of us at the Metropolitan Opera may be dreaming of our future vacations, daytime naps, sandy beaches, and maybe a frosty tropical beverage or two, but you can bet our eyes are already set on the operatic gems we'll be presenting next season! If you're trying to figure out what shows to include in your subscription package, then click here to see what members of the Met Chorus are looking forward to performing!

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