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The Met Live in HD 2018-19 Season

The Met Live in HD 2018-19 Season

2018
December 15: Verdi, La Traviata – NEW PRODUCTION
2019
January 12: Cilea, Adriana Lecouvreur – NEW PRODUCTION
February 2: Bizet, Carmen
March 2: Donizetti, La Fille du Régiment
March 30: Wagner, Die Walküre – 12PM Start
May 11: Poulenc, Dialogues des Carmélites – 12PM Start


 


 

The Bolshoi Ballet 2018-19 Season

The Bolshoi Ballet 2018-19 Season

December 2: Don Quixote
December 23: The Nutcracker – LIVE from Moscow
January 20: La Bayadère – LIVE from Moscow
March 10: The Sleeping Beauty
April 7: The Golden Age
May 19: Carmen Suite/ Petrushka – LIVE from Moscow





 


 

Exhibition on Screen: Season 6

Exhibition on Screen: Season 6

Young Picasso
February 13 & 17
Pablo Picasso is one of the greatest artists of all time – and right up until his death in 1973 he was the most prolific of artists. This film looks at the early years of Picasso; the upbringing and the learning that led to his extraordinary achievements.

Rembrandt (Encore)
April 10 & 14
For many, Rembrandt is the greatest artist that ever lived and this deeply moving film seeks to explore the truth about the man behind the legend. This major show hosted by London’s National Gallery and Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum was an event like no other.

Van Gogh in Japan
June 5 & 9
One cannot understand Van Gogh without understanding how Japanese art arrived in Paris in the middle of the 19th century and the profound impact it had on artists like Monet, Degas and, above all, Van Gogh.

 


 

Winter Exhibition: Artists of the Hudson Valley

Winter Exhibition: Artists of the Hudson Valley

Featuring the work of:
Audrey Francis, Robert Hite, Roxie Johnson, Norm Magnusson & Nadine Robbins

November 3, 2018 – February 6, 2019

Each of the artists featured lives and works in the central Hudson Valley and each is a master in their oeuvre, but there are common threads that run through all the work that speaks to current social issues.

Conceptually, much of Audrey Francis’ work explores not only her own Latina heritage but also the gendered language of the body and adornment in juxtaposition to elemental forms in nature and Nadine Robbins’ work is decidedly at the intersection of identity politics presenting the feminine form in new and unexpected ways, allowing a dynamic to evolve between the viewer and the viewed, and as well upsetting the traditional roles of the male gaze and the feminine subject.

Robert Hite explores sociological and humanistic themes and narratives in his pieces. Images of structures, dwellings, and living spaces have become central to his recent work. Roxie Johnson‘s work, although abstract and conceptual, is also deeply empathetic and humanistic, triggered by a word, a moment, an impression left behind with every mark clearly driven by emotion, intuition and the uncertainty in life. Norm Magnusson‘s “Decorating Nature” series aims to explore mankind’s complicated relationship with nature and our desire to make it conform to our demands.

 


 

Bolshoi Ballet: The Nutcracker

Bolshoi Ballet: The Nutcracker

Sunday, December 23, 12:55 PM

Live from Moscow!

Music: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Choreography: Yuri Grigorovich
Libretto: Yuri Grigorovich (after E.T.A. Hoffmann and Marius Petipa)

The holiday classic returns to the majestic Bolshoi stage for a live broadcast of a timeless story, The Nutcracker, taking audiences of all ages on a magical journey through a world of enchantment complete with dancing snowflakes and dolls that have come to life, accompanied by Tchaikovsky’s beloved score.

 


 

Met Live: Adriana Lecouvreur

Met Live: Adriana Lecouvreur

Saturday, January 12, 12:55 PM

by Francesco Cilea

Soprano Anna Netrebko joins the ranks of Renata Tebaldi, Montserrat Caballé, and Renata Scotto, taking on—for the first time at the Met—the title role of the real-life French actress who dazzled 18th-century audiences with her on-and offstage passion. The soprano is joined by tenor Piotr Beczała as Adriana’s lover, Maurizio. The principal cast also features mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili and baritone Ambrogio Maestri. Gianandrea Noseda conducts. Sir David McVicar’s staging, which sets the action in a working replica of a Baroque theater, premiered at the Royal Opera House in London, where the Guardian praised the “elegant production, sumptuously designed … The spectacle guarantees a good night out.”

Co-Production of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London; Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona; Wiener Staatsoper; San Francisco Opera; and L’Opéra National de Paris

 


 

Bolshoi Ballet: La Bayadere

Bolshoi Ballet: La Bayadere

Music: Leon Minkus
Choreography: Yuri Grigorovich
Libretto: after Marius Petipa and Sergei Khudekov

Sunday, January 20, 12:55 PM

La Bayadere is one of the greatest works classical ballet history – a story of love, death and vengeful judgement set in India. Dazzling sets, costumes, and one of the most iconic scenes in ballet, the “Kingdom of the Shades,” illuminate the tragic tale of the temple dancer Nikiya’s doomed love for the warrior Solor, and their ulimate redemption. A must-see!

 


 

Turner Big Screen Classics: The Wizard of Oz

Turner Big Screen Classics: The Wizard of Oz

80th Anniversary

Sunday, January 27, 2:00 PM

Rated: PG
Cast: Judy Garland, Margaret Hamilton, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Bert Lahr, Frank Morgan, Billy Burke
Directors: Victor Fleming, George Cukor, King Vidor, Mervyn LeRoy, Norman Taurog
Screenplay: From the book by Frank L. Baum *Music Composed by: *Harold Arlen, Herbert Stothart

When a tornado rips through Kansas, Dorothy (Judy Garland) and her dog, Toto, are whisked away in their house to the magical land of Oz. They follow the Yellow Brick Road toward the Emerald City to meet the Wizard, and en route they meet a Scarecrow (Ray Bolger) that needs a brain, a Tin Man (Jack Haley) missing a heart, and a Cowardly Lion (Bert Lahr) who wants courage. The wizard asks the group to bring him the broom of the Wicked Witch of the West (Margaret Hamilton) to earn his help. Turner Classic Movies brings back this timeless classic in celebration of the films 80th Anniversary!

 


 

NT Live: I’m Not Running

NT Live: I’m Not Running

A new play by David Hare
Directed by Neil Armfield
Starring: Siân Brooke.

Pauline Gibson is a junior doctor, who becomes the face of a campaign to save her local hospital. She’s thrust from being the angel of the NHS, to becoming an independent MP. In the Houses of Parliament, she crosses paths with her university boyfriend, Jack Gould, a stalwart Labour loyalist, climbing the ranks of the party. As media and public pressure mounts on Pauline to run for leadership of the Labour party, she faces an agonizing decision.

David Hare’s explosive new play, set in a very different 2018, portrays personal choices and their public consequences, through a twenty-year intimate friendship.

 


 

Met Live: Carmen

Met Live: Carmen

Saturday, February 2, 12:55 PM

Mezzo-soprano Clémentine Margaine reprises her remarkable portrayal of opera’s ultimate seductress, a triumph in her 2017 debut performances, with impassioned tenors Yonghoon Lee and Roberto Alagna as her lover, Don José. Omer Meir Wellber and Louis Langrée share conducting duties for Sir Richard Eyre’s powerful production, a Met favorite since its 2009 premiere.








 


 

Turner Big Screen Classics: Dirty Dancing

Turner Big Screen Classics: Dirty Dancing

30th Anniversary Event

Sunday, February 10, 4 PM

Rated: PG

Cast: Jennifer Grey, Patrick Swayze, Cynthia Rhodes, Jerry Orbach, Jane Brucker, Jack Weston, Lonny Price, Kelly Bishop
Director: Emile Ardolino
Screenplay: Eleanor Bergstein

In the summer of 1963 17-year-old Frances “Baby” Houseman is vacationing with her affluent family at Kellerman’s resort. Her father, Jake, is doctor and friend to Max Kellerman, the resort proprietor. Exploring one night, Baby surreptitiously observes Max instructing the waiters, all Ivy League students, to romance the guests’ daughters no matter how unattractive. She also sees Max’s condescending attitude toward the working class entertainment staff including Johnny, the resort’s dance instructor. Baby is attracted to Johnny and dances briefly with him when his cousin Billy takes her to one of the staff’s secret dirty dancing parties.

 


 

Turner Big Screen Classics: My Fair Lady

Turner Big Screen Classics: My Fair Lady

55th Anniversary

Sunday, February 17, 5 PM

Rated: PG

Cast: Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison, Stanley Holloway, Jeremy Brett, Gladys Cooper
Director: George Cukor
Costume Design: Cecil Beaton, Michael Neuwirth

In this beloved musical, pompous phonetics professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison) is so sure of his abilities that he takes it upon himself to transform a Cockney working-class girl into someone who can pass for a cultured member of high society. His subject turns out to be the lovely Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn), who agrees to speech lessons to improve her job prospects. Higgins and Eliza clash, then form an unlikely bond — one that is threatened by an aristocratic suitor (Jeremy Brett).

In 1964 with a production budget of $17 million, My Fair Lady was the most expensive film shot in the United States up to that time and won the Academy Award for Best PIcture.

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