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The Met Announces Week 23 Schedule for Nightly Met Opera Streams

Operas include TOSCA, FRANCESCA DA RIMINI and more, featuring Plácido Domingo, Anna Netrebko, Luciano Pavarotti and additional stars.

The Met Announces Week 23 Schedule for Nightly Met Opera Streams

The Met has announced the Week 23 schedule for its Nightly Met Opera Streams, a free series of encore Live in HD presentations and classic telecasts streamed on the company website during the coronavirus closure.

All Nightly Met Opera Streams begin at 7:30pm and remain available via for 23 hours. The performances are also accessible on all Met Opera on Demand apps.

Monday, August 17 - Puccini's Tosca

Starring Patricia Racette, Roberto Alagna, and George Gagnidze, conducted by Riccardo Frizza. From November 9, 2013.

Tuesday, August 18 - Zandonai's Francesca da Rimini (Classic Telecast)

Starring Renata Scotto, Plácido Domingo, and Cornell MacNeil, conducted by James Levine. From April 7, 1984.

Wednesday, August 19 - Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin

Starring Anna Netrebko, Elena Maximova, Alexey Dolgov, Peter Mattei, and Štefan Kocán, conducted by Robin Ticciati. From April 22, 2017.

Thursday, August 20 - Verdi's Un Ballo in Maschera (Classic Telecast)

Starring Aprile Millo, Harolyn Blackwell, Florence Quivar, Luciano Pavarotti, and Leo Nucci, conducted by James Levine. From January 26, 1991.

Friday, August 21 - Verdi's Simon Boccanegra

Starring Adrianne Pieczonka, Marcello Giordani, Plácido Domingo, and James Morris, conducted by James Levine. From February 6, 2010.

Saturday, August 22 - Rossini's Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Classic Telecast)

Starring Kathleen Battle, Rockwell Blake, Leo Nucci, Enzo Dara, and Ferruccio Furlanetto, conducted by Ralf Weikert. From December 3, 1988.

Sunday, August 23 - Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel (Classic Telecast)

Starring Judith Blegen, Frederica von Stade, Jean Kraft, Rosalind Elias, and Michael Devlin, conducted by Thomas Fulton. From December 25, 1982.

Photo Credit: Photo: Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera

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