You are in:   Archives >  Opera >  Television   •  send page to a friend

Culturekiosque OperaNet: Television

Opera on television.

Most recent features:

Opera Round-up: PBS at the Met

Whether in contemporary works or old masters, opera critic Joel Kasow maintains that the Met honors only two types of productions: the venerable or the flashy.

Otello on TV: Not Ready for a Close-up

Can the Met's production of Verdi's tragedy of love and jealousy survive the camera's relentless scrutiny?

Great Performances at the Met: Hamlet

Joel Kasow on Ambroise Thomas’s "Hamlet" seen on PBS screens in the United States this summer.

Great Performances at the Met: Carmen

Directed by Richard Eyre and conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Elîna Garanèa sings title role opposite Roberto Alagna as Don José in this new production of "Carmen" at the Met.

From Puccini to Penne

Aria & Pasta, a new eight-week television series from Bravo, The Film and Arts Network in New York, offers an intimate and rare glimpse into the lives and careers of eight internationally known opera stars from where life meets art, in the kitchen!
For full access to our archives,
subscribe to Culturekiosque.

Subscribers log in:  Email:  Password:

Copyright 2019 Euromedia Group, Ltd. All rights reserved.