He will become the Met’s music director this fall and lead three operas next season, the company announced as it unveiled its 2018-19 season.
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Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the company’s music director designate, brought his own strong take to Wagner’s profound, challenging and very long score.
The Met fired the director John Copley, 84, after he was accused of telling a chorister “I’m thinking of you in my bed with your clothes off.”
The documentary looks at the construction of the organization’s current Lincoln Center home.
The stakes were high and the cancellations many. What the Met delivered was fine singing in a traditional-looking, scrupulously inoffensive production.
A lavish new staging of Puccini’s “Tosca,” envisioned as an act of redemption, loses three singers and two conductors. But the show must go on.
The Metropolitan Opera’s music director emeritus made his first public comment since four men accused him of abusing them when they were teenagers or his students.
Met officials and musicians spent Monday grappling with the fallout from the suspension of Mr. Levine, the company’s longtime conductor.
The company is investigating its revered conductor after three men came forward with accusations that he abused them when they were teenagers.
Watching divas, impresarios, maestros and virtuosos navigate music’s grandest summer festival shows how the classical landscape has changed.