Watch New York’s Famed Metropolitan Opera For Free All Week Long With The New Nightly Met Opera Streams
While the global pandemic we’ve all come to know as the Coronavirus continues to sweep the nation, more and more New Yorkers are taking the necessary precautions to stay indoors. As if we weren’t already fighting against cabin fever enough after the long winter season, now more than ever, residents of the Empire State are beginning to feel a bit stir crazy. If you’ve already binge-watched your favorite shows and are looking for more ways to keep yourself occupied each night this week, then you cannot miss out on the free event that New York’s Metropolitan Opera will be putting on.
After making the decision last week that they would be temporarily closing and canceling all performances through the month of March to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Metropolitan Opera announced this week that they will be putting on a free live-stream each night for all to see.
Each night during the week of March 16, the Metropolitan Opera will stream their award-winning productions live in HD on the company's official website.
Giving you the luxury of enjoying these world-renowned performances right from the comfort of your couch, get your hands on any screen you have available to you and you'll be able to watch their Nightly Met Opera Streams beginning at 7:30 p.m.!
Available on the Met's homepage for 20-hours, the news of the Nightly Met Opera Streams have brought a smile to many New Yorkers faces this week during such stressful times.
Showcasing a different operatic gem from their collection of performances over the last 14-years, each evening you can look forward to something new in your home. How magical does this all sound?
To find out more and to view the Nightly Met Opera Streams this week,
Nightly Met Opera Stream Schedule:
Monday, March 16 – Bizet’s Carmen, from January 16, 2010
Tuesday, March 17 – Puccini’s La Bohème, from April 5, 2008
Wednesday, March 18 – Verdi’s Il Trovatore, from October 3, 2015
Thursday, March 19 – Verdi’s La Traviata, from December 15, 2018
Friday, March 20 – Donizetti’s La Fille du Régiment, from April 26, 2008
Saturday, March 21 – Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor, from February 7, 2009
Sunday, March 22 – Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin from February 24, 2007
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