This day in the yesteryear: THE METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE OPENS WITH A PERFORMANCE OF FAUST (1883)

The Metropolitan Opera House Opens with a Performance of Faust (1883)

New York City’s Metropolitan Opera House is the leading US opera company. It opened in 1883 after having been founded by a group of millionaires who had failed to get boxes at the prestigious and exclusive Academy of Music. The “Met” soon outshined its rival and is now considered one of the world’s premier opera stages. Originally located at Broadway and 39th Street, it moved into the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in 1966. Who were among the Met’s founding millionaires? More… Discuss

 

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2 responses to “This day in the yesteryear: THE METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE OPENS WITH A PERFORMANCE OF FAUST (1883)

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