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WQXR Classical Jun 29
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METOrchMusicians May 18
Following the conclusion of the opera season, we are fortunate to be able to call this wonderful space “home” for a few weeks!
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METOrchMusicians May 18
We are excited to return to Carnegie Hall this evening to perform the first of three upcoming concerts!
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METOrchMusicians May 18
We are at rehearsing for tonight’s concert with and Maestro . It promises to be an exciting evening!
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METOrchMusicians May 12
Last night, the entire company took a well-deserved bow on stage. Congratulations to our family on the completion of the Ring Cycle and our 2018-2019 season!
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METOrchMusicians May 2
It takes a village to perform Wagner’s Ring Cycle! Every square foot of the pit is utilized for these operas. It won’t be long before these chairs fill up with musicians for tonight’s performance of Siegfried. 👉 Swipe through to see the Maestro’s view of the whole pit!
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METOrchMusicians Apr 22
🌍On , we highlight the work of composer John Luther Adams who has received awards for his contributions to raising environmental awareness and “for melding the physical and musical worlds into a vision that transcends stylistic boundaries.”
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METOrchMusicians Apr 13
We stand in solidarity with !@Local_802_AFM Musicians Rally, Perform in Solidarity with Striking Musicians.
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METOrchMusicians Mar 30
When the Wälsung siblings look into other’s eyes, this man’s gorgeous solo playing is what you will hear. Bonus for radio listeners: stay tuned during the first intermission when Principal Cellist Rafael Figueroa will also be a guest on the Opera Quiz!
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METOrchMusicians Mar 7
Well, we may have officially fallen into the Ring Cycle time vortex... but we didn’t want to forget to wish Maestro a very Happy (belated) Birthday! Bon anniversaire! We hope it was a truly wonderful day. We’ll see you very soon for Carmelites!
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METOrchMusicians Feb 24
Tune in NOW on PBS in the New York area! GP at the Met: La Fanciulla del West ~ About the Opera via
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METOrchMusicians Feb 22
It’s coming! We began rehearsals this week for Das Rheingold. This video was produced when we last performed Wagner’s Ring Cycle.
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METOrchMusicians Feb 22
Principal Hornist Erik Ralske was recently a featured guest of Hornist for her ongoing series of Horn Hangouts:
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METOrchMusicians Feb 21
Yesterday, the MET announced the details of the 2019-2020 season. We are particularly excited about THIS!
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METOrchMusicians Feb 16
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METOrchMusicians Jan 24
Earlier this week, actor and director, Bradley Cooper sat in the pit with us during a performance of Debussy’s Pelleas & Melisande with ! Now that’s how one celebrates multiple Academy Award nominations! Photo:
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Metropolitan Opera Jan 24
Bradley Cooper celebrated his on Tuesday with a night at the opera, sitting in the pit with the and watching Music Director conduct Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande. Photos: Jonathan Tichler / Met Opera
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METOrchMusicians Dec 29
We had a blast meeting some of you at the Open House today! We hope you enjoyed hearing and seeing our instruments in action, as well as trying some out for yourself! 🥁🎻📯 Julia Bruskin, cello Mary Hammann, viola Hugo Valverde, horn Steven White, percussion
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METOrchMusicians Dec 28
Happy Birthday Piotr Beczała! 🎂🎈🎉 What a treat to spend this special day with you rehearsing Adriana Lecouvreur! - Gianandrea Noseda & the MET Orchestra musicians!
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METOrchMusicians Dec 24
Happy Holidays from your MET Orchestra Musicians! Our very own brass players performed at our holiday party this year! 🎺🎶✨📯 How many opera tunes can you name? Full performance:
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