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Carnegie Hall Selects: Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
Beloved by connoisseurs and casual enthusiasts, The Marriage of Figaro is a comedy about love and lust between social classes, with mistaken identities and hilarious misunderstandings making the witty opera all the more entertaining. The Salzburg Festival’s 2006 production features Anna Netrebko as Susanna and Ildebrando D’Arcangelo in the title role, with conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt and the Vienna Philharmonic—the orchestra that has performed at Carnegie Hall more frequently than any other large ensemble from outside the United States.
Available until June 11, 2021 at 12 PM (Eastern).
About Carnegie Hall Selects.
Join us for Carnegie Hall Selects, a new series of free concert films from legendary stages around the world, featuring some of the greatest performances of music central to the Hall’s history.
Each film is introduced by Clive Gillinson, Carnegie Hall’s executive and artistic director, who shares insights about the various connections to the Hall, as well as personal anecdotes about the performers and the music.
A new Carnegie Hall Selects film will be released each Friday at 12 PM (Eastern), available to stream for one week exclusively on the Hall’s website.