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Anyone interested in tthe NY Met Opera on HD at the movies?

From: Robyn L
Sent on: Thursday, January 14, 2010 3:19 PM
Hi all,

If you're interested in seeing any of the following, please let me know:
Der Rosenkavalier * Richard Strauss (Wed. Jan. 27th @ 6.30pm)
Carmen * Georges Bizet (Wed. Feb. 3rd @ 6.30pm)
Simon Boccanegra * Giuseppe Verdi (Sat. Feb. 6th @ 1pm)
Hamlet * Ambroise Thomas (Sat. March 27th @ 1pm)
Armida * Gioachino Rossini (Sat. May. 1st @ 1pm)

All of the Saturday movies will be re-screened approx. 10 days later (usually @ 6.30pm on a Wed. evening). But I think Saturday afternoons may be easier for people to attend.

Important: You need to buy your tickets well ahead of the day of the show(s) because the more popular operas tend to sell out quickly, especially for central locations like Regal Fenway.

For more info & links to book tickets:

Any questions, or suggestions for other musical event, please drop me a note.


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