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Levine will conduct upcoming performances of Wozzeck (April 6, 9, 13. and 16), the new production of Die Walküre (April 22, 25, 28, May 2, 5, 9, and 14), and two concerts with the MET Orchestra at Carnegie Hall (April 10 and May 15) as scheduled.

Fabio Luisi, the Met's principal guest conductor, is already scheduled to conduct Rigoletto (April 26, 30, May 3, 6, 12) and Ariadne auf Naxos (May 7 mat., 10, 13).

Marco Armiliato conducted Il Trovatore earlier this season. He is also conducting Tosca this season, having led the first run in January and returning on March 25 for a second run of performances.

Photo Credit: Cory Weaver 

Photo Flash: Metropolitan Opera's WOZZECK

Photo Flash: Metropolitan Opera's WOZZECK
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Photo Flash: Metropolitan Opera's WOZZECK
Alan Held, Gerhard Siegel 

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Alan Held, Russell Thomas 

Photo Flash: Metropolitan Opera's WOZZECK
 Alan Held 

Photo Flash: Metropolitan Opera's WOZZECK
Alan Held 

Photo Flash: Metropolitan Opera's WOZZECK
Alan Held 

Photo Flash: Metropolitan Opera's WOZZECK
Waltraud Meier, Alan Held 

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Waltraud Meier, John Albert 

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