Tuesday, February 10, 2009

The Metropolitan's Season Announcement

The Metropolitan Opera announced on Tuesday its shrunken, but not shriveled, 2009-10 season. The shrinkage is, of course, due to economic calamity for the house, for the arts and for the nation. At the same time the company managed to plan for eight new productions, including four operas never seen on the Met stage (“Armida,” “Attila,” “The Nose” and “From the House of the Dead”) and several major conducting debuts at the house. For a full description of the season, you should check out either the New York Times or the Los Angeles Times.

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