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La Clemenza di Tito (Mozart)

La Clemenza di Tito (Mozart)

Mozart’s final Italian opera, La Clemenza di Tito, features a charismatic cast conducted by Baroque specialist Harry Bicket and led by Giuseppe Filianoti as the title character, a Roman emperor. Barbara Frittoli is the vengeful Vitellia, daughter of a deposed ruler, whose plan to assassinate Tito is complicated by her romance with the young nobleman Sesto, sung by Elīna Garanča. Kate Lindseyand Lucy Crowe co-star as the young lovers Annio and Servilia. Jean-Pierre Ponnelle’s stylized production is one of the legendary director’s most acclaimed stagings.

Approximate running time: 3:13

Conductor: Harry Bicket
Production: Jean-Pierre Ponnelle
Set & Costume Designer: Jean-Pierre Ponnelle
Lighting Designer: Gil Wechsler
Cast: Lucy Crowe (Servilia), Barbara Frittoli (Vitellia), Elīna Garanča (Sesto), Kate Lindsey (Annio), Giuseppe Filianoti (Tito)

Post-Opera Dinner at The Library Restaurant

The popular Met@The Music Hall HD broadcast series just got better! By special arrangement, The Library Restaurant adjacent to The Music Hall is offering special Post-Opera Dinners after most opera broadcasts in our 2012-2013 season - exclusive seatings for a limited number of patrons each.

It couldn’t be easier – all that Met patrons need to do is to call/come by The Music Hall Box Office to make their dinner reservation, then, after the opera broadcast, walk the few steps to The Library Restaurant, present their Met ticket and enjoy the casual elegance at one of the finest steak houses north of Boston. Patrons can choose from the regular priced menu, or a special Met-exclusive, prix fixe menu ($38) including soup or salad, a choice of three entrees, a dessert, and a glass of red or white wine. Act NOW to be a part of this limited offer!

Please note: Since we are in the middle of Restaurant Week, the Library Restaurant is not offering the Post-Opera Dinner today although they are open. – but we are looking forward to our next Post-Opera Dinner on Sat., December 1 at 4:30pm; 5:00pm or 5:30pm. If the broadcast ends early, join us in the beautiful Library Restaurant bar prior to dinner to keep the opera conversation going.

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