Metropolitan Opera
73°59′3″W / 40.77278°N 73.98417°W / 40.77278; -73.98417The Metropolitan Opera, commonly referred to as the "Met", is a company based in New York City, resident at the Metropol...
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List of premieres at the Metropolitan Opera
Throughout its history the Metropolitan Opera has taken a leading role at introducing both original stage works to the world and bringing works from around the globe to the United States for the first...
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List of performers at the Metropolitan Opera
This is a list of the singers, conductors, and dancers who have appeared in at least 240 performances at the Metropolitan Opera, last updated August 15, 2014. Performers are listed by the number of th...
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Mapleson Cylinders
The Mapleson Cylinders are a group of more than 100 phonograph cylinders recorded live at the Metropolitan Opera, primarily in the years 1901–1903, by the Met librarian Lionel Mapleson (a nephew of im...
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Metropolitan Opera radio broadcasts
The Metropolitan Opera radio broadcasts are a regular series of weekly broadcasts on network radio of full-length opera performances. They are transmitted live from the stage of the Metropolitan Opera...
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Metropolitan Opera Radio (Sirius XM)
Metropolitan Opera Radio is an all-opera radio station on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 74 (previously 78) and XM Satellite Radio channel 74 (previously 79). Originally on channel 85, Met Opera Radio...
Live from the Metropolitan Opera
Live from the Metropolitan Opera (alternate title: Live from the Met) is an American television program that presented performances of complete operas from the Metropolitan Opera, New York City, on th...
Metropolitan Opera Live in HD
Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (also known as The Met: Live in HD) is a series of live opera performances transmitted in high-definition video via satellite from the Metropolitan Opera in New York City...
Metropolitan Opera House (39th St)
73°59′15″W / 40.75417°N 73.98750°W / 40.75417; -73.98750The Metropolitan Opera House was an opera house located at 1411 Broadway in New York City. Opened in 1883 and demolishe...
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Metropolitan Opera House (Lincoln Center)
The Metropolitan Opera House is an opera house located on Broadway at Lincoln Square in the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City. Part of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the theat...
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Metropolitan Opera House (Philadelphia)
The Metropolitan Opera House (MOH) is a historic opera house located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at 858 North Broad Street. Built over the course of just a few months in 1908, it was the ninth opera...
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List of Dish Network Sirius channels
Since 2008, Sirius XM Radio has had a similar channel lineup, with a few differences based on whether the individual has a Sirius Satellite Radio or an XM Satellite Radio. Although the two services me...
Metropolitan Opera Auditions of the Air
The Metropolitan Opera Auditions of the Air was an annual singing competition sponsored by the Metropolitan Opera of New York City for more than two decades. The competition's purpose was to find, enc...
Mona (opera)
Mona is an opera in three acts by composer Horatio Parker with an English libretto by Brian Hooker. The opera premiered at the Metropolitan Opera on 14 March 1912 after the work won the Met's composit...
Giovanni Martinelli
Giovanni Martinelli (22 October 1885 – 2 February 1969) was an Italian operatic tenor. He was associated with the Italian lyric-dramatic repertory, although he performed French operatic roles to great...
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Goyescas (opera)
Goyescas is an opera in one act and three tableaux, written in 1915 by the Spanish composer Enrique Granados. Granados composed the opera to a Spanish libretto by Fernando Periquet y Zuaznabar with me...
XM Satellite Radio channel history
This is a list of former channels on XM Satellite Radio, in addition to information on format changes of existing channels. Also included is information on temporary channels and seasonal channels.
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Madame Sans-Gêne (opera)
Madame Sans-Gêne is an opera in three acts by Umberto Giordano. The libretto was taken from Victorien Sardou and Emile Moreau's play, adapted for the opera by Renato Simoni.
Its première took plac...
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List of XM Satellite Radio channels
Since 2008, Sirius XM Radio has had a similar channel lineup, with a few differences based on whether the individual has a Sirius Satellite Radio or an XM Satellite Radio. Although the two services me...
George S. Moore
George Stevens Moore (April 1, 1905 – April 21, 2000) was a chairman of Citigroup from 1967 to 1970.
Moore was born in Hannibal, Missouri and graduated from Yale University where he made mon...
La fanciulla del West
La fanciulla del West (The Girl of the West) is an opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini to an Italian libretto by Guelfo Civinini (it) and Carlo Zangarini, based on the play The Girl of the Gol...
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Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions
The Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions is an annual singing competition sponsored by the Metropolitan Opera. Established in 1954, its purpose is to discover, assist, promote, and develop yo...
Nathaniel Merrill
Nathaniel Merrill (February 8, 1927 – September 9, 2008) was a celebrated American stage director and opera director. He was the resident stage director at the Metropolitan Opera from 1956-1985. Durin...
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The First Emperor
The First Emperor is an opera in two acts with a libretto written in English by Tan Dun and Ha Jin, and music by Tan Dun. The opera received its premiere at the Metropolitan Opera at the Lincoln Cent...
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Arturo Vigna
Arturo Vigna (1863, Turin - January 30, 1927, Milan) was an Italian opera conductor who was particularly associated with the operas of Giuseppe Verdi.
Born in Turin, Vigna was trained at the Turin...
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