Exhibitions & Events


The MET: Live in HD 2020 season


Puccini’s Madama Butterfly

Time |
7pm-10:30pm
Location |
JC Cube
Price |
Adult $240; Full-time student and senior persons $210; Group Ticket (Purchase 20 or more tickets in one transaction) $200
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Artist
The Metropolitan Opera of New York

Presenter
Foundation for the Arts and Music in Asia Ltd


Soprano Hui He takes on the heartbreaking title role of the doomed geisha, with tenor Bruce Sledge as the American naval officer who abandons her. Paulo Szot is Sharpless, alongside Elizabeth DeShong as Suzuki, and Pier Giorgio Morandi is on the podium for Anthony Minghella’s sweeping production, a perennial audience favorite. 

 

Ticket |
Adult $240
Full-time student and senior persons $210
Group Ticket (Purchase 20 or more tickets in one transaction) $200

With Chinese and English subtitles.

The performance will last for approximately 212 minutes with 2 intermissions.


The Met: Live in HD presents high-definition screenings of opera performances in the Metropolitan Opera House, one of the best opera house in the world. Its dazzling productions are filmed by 14 different cameras in high definition format and transmitted to cinemas across the world.

The Metropolitan Opera, under its 16th general manager Peter Gelb, pioneered live HD movie-theater simulcasts in 2006. The Washington Post has praised the broadcasts: “the HD broadcasts are the most successful single element of Gelb’s tenure, and have proved truly visionary.”

The acclaimed performances now reach over 2,000 venues in 70 countries and receive rave reviews. The impact of the live performance remains spectacular on screen. Hong Kong opera lovers can enjoy world-class performances comfortably in local cinemas with a ticket price of HK$240, compared to ticket price up to US$495 in New York.

The experience of watching the Met: Live in HD is the next best experience to being in the opera house itself, the wonderful closeups and backstage interviews provide added value. Many of our patrons have started out as opera newbies but are now confirmed fans. It’s a wonderful way to step into the world of opera!

 

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