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CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA and Pagliacci, two classics of opera, are being performed at the Metropolitan Opera, New York, and will be broadcast to The Eye Cinema, this Saturday at 5.30pm.
ROSSINI’S OPERA, La Donna Del Lago, will be broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera, New York, to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark, this Saturday at 5pm.
DIE MEISTERSINGER von Nürnberg, a comedy-opera by Richard Wagner is being staged at New York’s Metropolitan Opera and will be broadcast live to The Eye, Wellpark.
GIUSEPPI VERDI’S operatic version of Shakespeare’s dark drama of murder, violence, and lust for power, Macbeth, will be screened at The Eye.
PUCCINI’S CELEBRATED opera La Bohème will be broadcast live via satellite from the stage of New York’s Metropolitan Opera to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark.
A RUSSIAN epic from New York’s Metropolitan Opera and a Berlin production of Bach’s St John Passion will be broadcast live via satellite to The Eye Cinema.
February’s Classical Arts Ireland live event programme features a world-class cultural treat for local audiences exclusively at The Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar. On Saturday February 8 at 6pm local audiences can take part in one of the great experiences New York has to offer, the Metropolitan Opera’s live transmission of Dvoák’s sumptuously melodic fairy-tale opera Rusalka - known throughout the world for its famous aria “Rusalka’s Song to the Moon”.
VERDI’S FALSTAFF will be broadcast to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark, live via satellite from the Metropolitan Opera in New York this Saturday at 6pm.
PUCCINI’S GREAT opera Tosca will be will be broadcast live via satellite from the Metropolitan Opera to The Eye Cinema this Saturday at 6pm.
World class opera returns to Castlebar direct from New York. Commencing a glittering season of live streamed opera coming direct from the stage of the world famous Metropolitan Opera in New York to the Linenhall Arts Centre on Saturday, October 5 at 5.55pm is acclaimed English director Deborah Warner’s new production of Tchaikovsky’s romantic tragedy Eugene Onegin, heralding a season of wonderful Saturday night operas running into spring 2014: Tosca (Puccini); The Nose (Shostakovich); Falstaff (Verdi); Rusalka (Dvoák); Prince Igor (Borodin); Werther (Massenet); La Bohème (Puccini); Così Fan Tutte (Mozart); and last but not least La Cenerentola (Rossini).