As most of the West hunkers down in fear of Chinese lung AIDS, online providers are conjuring up things to keep us all occupied, including the Metropolitan Opera in New York which will be streaming live performances of Richard Wagner operas this week each night at 7:30 PM EST.
If you missed Tristan und Isolde last night, you can catch the rest of the schedule this week:
- Monday, March 23: Tristan und Isolde
- Tuesday, March 24: Das Rheingold
- Wednesday, March 25: Die Walküre
- Thursday, March 26: Siegfried
- Friday, March 27: Götterdämmerung
- Saturday, March 28: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
- Sunday, March 29: Tannhäuser
According to public statements, the material will be available for almost a full day before rolling over to the next video.
To watch and listen, visit The Metropolitan Opera and look for the video link at the bottom of the page.
Tags: live stream, Opera, richard wagner
5 thoughts on “Metropolitan Opera Streams Live Wagner Operas All Week”
Thanks alot ! For the record one can rip them with browser developer tools by looking for the master playlist file in network traffic ;)
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Their productions and talent are top notch, and designed with home viewing in mind. Loads of quality shows worth checking out in their back catalog.
“most of the west”
*every developed country besides the US.
merika’s topping the global charts. rack up another high score for the good guys, aaaawww yeah buddy.
Sometimes pandemics have a positive effect, killing off the fat, weak, sick, and old. We all know that humanity needs a rigorous purge. The jerks, assholes, sycophants, bean counters, suck-ups, nerds, neckbeards, Fedora-wearing incels, mincing soyboys, wine aunts, lisping politicians, and incompetent peasants took over just like in the U.S.S.R. This is how all societies die: the good people go out and solve problems, and then the idiots take over because the good people have expended themselves. Bye Europe! Bye USA! You fucked your own ass.
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