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Five years ago when Met Opera planned to do the “Ring” cycle they knew that the most difficult single role to cast was the role of Siegfried. When their first choice fell ill, Texas native Jay Hunter Morris stepped into a role with five weeks until curtain that only a handful of men in the world can pull off.

This Week at Lincoln Center the Metropolitan Opera presents Charles Gounod’s Faust. Directed by Des McAnuff in his Met Debut, this co-production with the English National Opera transports the work into the mid-1900s.

This Week at Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Opera presents Hansel and Gretel.

This Week at Lincoln Center “Satyagraha” returns to the Metropolitan Opera House for the first time since 2008.

Peter Gelb, General Manager of the Metropolitan Opera, is “the man behind the curtain” who makes all this magic happen at Lincoln Center. Here he speaks about his 6th season at the helm of Met Opera.

The Metropolitan Opera begins its 2011-2012 season.

The Metropolitan Opera highlights its past season of "The Met: Live in HD" series in the Summer HD Festival. If you missed the operas the first time, here’s your chance to catch everyone from Plácido Domingo in Verdi’s "Simon Boccanegra" to Deborah Voigt in Puccini’s "La Fanciulla del West."

Seventy-two up-and-coming artists at the Bronx Museum, Mostly Mozart returns, Death Takes a Holiday, Met Opera "Live in HD," and more.

Six Macaulay Honors College freshmen journey backstage as cast and crew prepare for The Metropolitan Opera premiere of John Adams' "Nixon in China. "

A look at the current production of Wagner's "Die Walküre" at the Metropolitan Opera.

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