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THE TALES Of Hoffmann is to receive a spectacular production by The Metropolitan Opera in New York, and be screened live via satellite to The Eye Cinema.
THE MERRY Widow, the much loved Franz Lehár opera, first staged in 1905, is enjoying a new production by The Metropolitan Opera in New York, which Galway audiences can see.
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.
SHOSTAKOVITCH’S SURREAL comic opera about a Russian official whose nose runs away and gets into all manner of scrapes is to be screened at The Eye Cinema.
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).
World class opera is coming to town, direct from New York to Castlebar. Verdi’s Aida opens 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 in Castlebar: live, as it happens, and in high definition. The Met’s lavish production of Verdi’s ancient Egyptian drama, to be screened on Saturday December 15 at 5.55pm, heralds a season of wonderful Saturday night operas that continues into April 2013 with a programme comprising Les Troyens (Berlioz), Maria Stuarda (Donizetti), Rigoletto (Verdi), Parsifal (Wagner), Francesca da Rimini (Zandonai), and Giulio Cesare (Handel).
GIUSEPPE VERDI’S La Traviata will be performed at the Metropolitan Opera in New York and broadcast live to The Eye Cinema this Saturday at 6pm.
THE 2011-2012 season at The Metropolitan Opera in New York will be transmitted live via satellite to The Eye Cinema in Wellpark.
I had seen advertisements for dinner and opera at the g Hotel and was not quite sure what the details were until I spoke to the Eye Cinema manager. The Metropolitan Opera in New York (‘The Met’ to those in the know) decided to license a satellite connection with cinemas around the world that had a digital projection capability. The Eye Cinema in Wellpark has the technology to do this, and you can watch a live performance of what is being performed at the matinee in New York. The broadcast is in high definition and is screened here at approximately 6pm, which gives you time to have something to eat beforehand or afterwards. The g Hotel offers packages such as a two course meal and opera ticket for €49 per person, or pink afternoon tea and opera ticket for €55 per person.
PLACIDO DOMINGO, one of the world’s greatest ever tenors, will be performing live at The Eye Cinema in Wellpark, via satellite from New York.