At last good news begins to arrive cascading. The National Auditorium resumes activities and from October next to June 2022 return, among other shows, the live broadcasts of the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, suspended since March last year due to the pandemic.
As reported two weeks ago Daily 24 Hours, the 2021-2022 season of the Live in HD series begins, on Saturday, October 9 and closes on June 4, with ten titles starring figures such as Javier Camarena, Elīna Garanča, Anna Netrebko, René Pape, Matthew Polenzani, Nadine Sierra, Sonya Yoncheva, Piotr Beczala and Angel Blue.
The selection includes six new productions, including the world premiere of the first opera by an African-American composer, the jazzman Terence Blanchard, Fire Shut Up in My Bone, a work with which, in fact, also begins the regular season of the New York house at the end of September.
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The live broadcast will be on Saturday October 23 and can be witnessed at the National Auditorium.
This is certainly good news for Javier Camarena, which has already scheduled his debut in the role of Edgardo de Lucia di Lammermoor at the MetOpera, with nine performances from April 23 to May 21, 2022, alongside Nadine Sierra, with the conducting conductor will be Riccardo Frizza and the baritone Artur Rucinski. The live performance of Camarena will be seen in Mexico on Saturday, May 21, 2022.
The transmissions will resume on October 9 with the re-premiere of Boris Godunov, by Modest Mussorsgsy. The last performance will be on June 4 with a new adaptation of Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, in version by Australian composer Brett Dean and staged by Neil Armfield.
The other functions scheduled to be transmitted The Met: Live in HD son: Eurydiceby Matthew Aucoin on December 4; Cinderella, by Jules Massenet, on January 1, 2022; Rigoletto, by Giuseppe Verdi, on January 29; Ariadne on Naxosby Richard Strauss, March 12; Don carlo, by Verdi, on March 26; and Turandot, by Giacomo Puccini, on May 7.
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Since 2006, more than 26 million people have witnessed this cycle of satellite transmissions, which reaches more than 2,200 theaters and art centers in 70 countries, including Mexico, where they traditionally reach the National Auditorium and the Cultural Center rooms. University of the ONE.
The National Auditorium reported that it will reopen its ticket offices from the second half of September, so the sale of tickets for the general public for the broadcasts of the Live series from MetOpera will be from September 20. The cost of tickets for the first floor is $ 265 and the second floor, $ 85, available at the box office at no extra cost and on the Ticketmaster system.