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The director of the Met's new English-language production of Die Fledermaus explains why the piece "dances from beginning to end."
A number of exciting artists are making important Met debuts this season. Here's a look at some of the new faces on the Met stage.
With the New Year’s Eve Gala of Die Fledermaus, the return of The Magic Flute, and the annual tree lighting, the Met is the place to celebrate the season
Explore our new style blog, featuring photos of the most fashionable audience members.
Deborah Warner's season-opening production of Eugene Onegin returns with Marina Poplavskaya and Peter Mattei in the leading roles.
The American composer, whose opera Two Boys had its Met premiere in October, talks about his creative influences.
Director Michael Mayer discusses his innovative production of Verdi's Rigoletto, set in 1960 Las Vegas, which returns in November.
Learn more about the stars of the Met's upcoming season on our new artist pages.
Take a behind the scenes look at the Met with our new blog "The Recit".
Join us for a series of panel discussions with the directors and stars of the new productions of the 2013–14 season.
Christine Goerke, returning to the Met in Die Frau Ohne Schatten, talks about taking on some of the most challenging dramatic soprano roles in the repertoire.
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