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The Metropolitan Opera radio broadcasts are a regular series of weekly broadcasts on network radio of full-length opera performances. They are transmitted live from the stage of the Metropolitan Opera in New York City.

The Metropolitan Opera Saturday Matinee Radio Broadcasts are the longest-running continuous classical music program in American radio history. Since 2004, the Met has relied on two major sources of funding for the Saturday afternoon radio broadcasts: Toll Brothers and a special Broadcast Campaign Fund that was raised by the late Beverly Sills when Texaco, after 64 years of sponsorship, dropped its funding. The Metropolitan Opera’s first-ever live radio broadcast, of Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel, was heard on Christmas day, 1931. Since then, there have been more than 1,800 Met broadcasts of nearly 200 different operas, and the series has won dozens of awards, including nine Peabody Awards, radio’s top honor.

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In 1974 the Metropolitan Opera Guild issued the 7 December 1940 broadcast of Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro as a fund-raiser. This was the first Met broadcast recording to appear in an official, authorized release. The performance was chosen because it had been the first Metropolitan Opera broadcast sponsored by Texaco. The three-LP set was packaged in a conventional LP box with a single booklet containing the cast listing (a reproduction of the original program), photographs and biographical information on the performers, plus a plot synopsis and libretto with translation. Sales of the recording were sufficiently successful that the Met decided to establish the Metropolitan Opera Historic Broadcast Recordings as a series, with the goal of issuing one performance per year. The following year the Met released the 19 January 1946 broadcast of Puccini's Madama Butterfly. Historic Recording Set of LP Records. Umberto Giordanoâe(tm)s. Originally broadcast on December 4, 1954. Mario del Monaco, Zinka Milanov and Leonard Warren. Conducted by. Maestro Fausto Cleva. This rare, original Historic Broadcasts of The Metropolitan Opera set includes not only multiple vinyl LPâe(tm)s of the entire opera ANDREA CHENIER, but the full, printed libretto as well. This deluxe velvet boxed set was created and distributed by New York's Metropolitan Opera as a gift for its top patrons and was never for sale

Each opera is broadcast live on our screens on Saturdays, followed by encore showings of the previously recorded performance on Wednesdays. Met Opera Performances. MetLive: Madama Butterfly (2019). Please allow approximately 20 extra minutes for pre-show and trailers before the show starts. 3 hr 5 minNROpening November 9th, 2019.

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