Met Stars live in concert with Anna Netrebko

Author: Clasart Classic

Anna Netrebko performs an extraordinary recital at Vienna’s Spanish Riding School for the Metropolitan Opera’s MET STARS LIVE IN CONCERT series.

  • Anna Netrebko and Pavel Nebolsin | Copyright: © Juergen Hausmann / Met Opera

    Anna Netrebko and Pavel Nebolsin © Juergen Hausmann / Met Opera

No artist has provided more can’t-miss moments in recent Met memory, and megastar soprano Anna Netrebko promises to add another one with this live performance from Vienna’s historic Spanish Riding School, accompanied by pianist Pavel Nebolsin. With a program of captivating Russian songs by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, and Rimsky-Korsakov, as well as selections by Strauss, Debussy, Fauré, and more, audiences have a rare opportunity to hear one of opera’s greatest artists in rich and Romantic music from the song repertoire. Mezzo-soprano Elena Maximova also makes a special guest appearance, joining Netrebko for two duets.

The Financial Times declares that Netrebko is “at her peak in the impossibly grand surroundings,” while the Observer raves, “Her singing is not just splendid, it’s a kind of superpower ... By the end of the 90-minute program, if I’d had a bouquet in the house, I would have thrown it at the iPad.”

Production year 2021
Production Company The Metropolitan Opera
Duration 69min.
Distribution TV Clasart Classic
Soloist Anna Netrebko
Soloist Elena Maximova
Soloist Pavel Nebolsin



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