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Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met

March 25
2:42 2011

Last night, March 24, the stars came out to celebrate the Metropolitan Opera gala premiere of Rossini's Le Comte Ory at Lincoln Center.

Rossini's vocally dazzling comedy soars with bel canto sensation Juan Diego Flórez in the title role of this Met premiere production. He vies with mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, in the trouser role of Isolier, for the love of the lonely Countess Adèle, sung by soprano Diana Damrau. Bartlett Sher, director of the Met's Popular Productions of IL Barbiere di Siviglia and Les Contes d'Hoffmann, describes the world of Le Comte Ory as, "a place where love is dangerous. People get hurt. That can be very funny and very painfuL. Rossini captures both-with the most beautiful love music he ever wrote."

For tickets and more information, visit http://www.metoperafamily.org/.

BroadwayWorld brings you red carpet coverage of the opening below.

Photos: Rolf Mueller/face to face/ZUMAPress.com

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met
Julianna Margulies

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met
Julianna Margulies and Keith Lieberthal

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met
Rufus Wainwright and Jorn Weisbrodt

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met
Ashley Olsen and Mary Kate Olsen

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met
Claire Danes

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met
Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met
Christine Baranski

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met
Lily Cowles and Christine Baranski

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met
Olivia Munn

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met
Claudia Schiffer

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met
Emmy Rossum

Photo Flash: LE COMTE ORY Opens at The Met

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