CHRISTOPH WILLIBALD GLUCK
Following her scene-stealing performance in Handel’s Agrippina, mezzo-soprano Kate Lindsey takes on the formidable title role in Gluck’s stirring adaptation of a classic Greek myth. Nathalie Stutzmann makes her company debut on the podium, leading a compelling cast that also features baritone Étienne Dupuis as Iphigénie’s long-lost brother, Oreste, and tenor Ben Bliss as his companion Pylade. Stephen Wadsworth’s staging transports audiences to a world vibrant with mysterious ritual and mesmerizing dance.
- Captioning with English subtitles
- Wheelchair-accessible seating
September 29–October 15, 2021 Metropolitan Opera House
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