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Salome
Posted: January 12th, 2009
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GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET Salome Promo Finnish soprano Karita Mattila reprises her acclaimed portrayal of the title role in Jürgen Flimm’s thrilling production of Strauss’ masterpiece. Patrick Summers conducts.

  • Juliana Lavitola

    What happened to the scheduled Salome for 8 pm on 15 Thursday, January 2009

  • Juliana Lavitola

    OK, I see that the schedule for Salome must have been changed after the program printed to Sun at noon on January 18, 2009

  • Esther van der Schoot

    I put on the TV too late, so sorry. Who sang the roles of Herodias, Herod and John the Baptist? Will it be shown again?

  • SHEILA SUGERMAN

    NOW THAT WE REALIZE THAT THE PROGRAM SCHEDULE FOR SUNDAY AT THE ARTS WAS CHANGED. WHEN WILL SALOME ACTUALLY BE TELECAST?

  • Marshall Izen

    When will Salome be broadcast? Will the opening night of the Met be broadcast?

  • Amy Hackett

    I too was confused by the schedule and missed it. Please find a time to rebroadcast with a warning.

  • Susan French

    I AM FURIOUS! You broadcast Salome without any publicity whatever, and so
    I missed it. I go to your website to look for info and there is everything except the one thing I want to know: WHEN??!!!! Karita Matilla is the most
    compelling singing actress of our time, and you neglect even to inform a potential audience……
    it is shameful and embarassing! I’m surprised she bothers to sing at the MET>

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