Borodin’s Historic Russian Epic Prince Igor Comes To The Met For The First Time In Nearly 100 Years, In An Acclaimed New Production

When:
March 1, 2014 – March 2, 2014 all-day America/New York Timezone
2014-03-01T05:00:00+00:00
2014-03-02T05:00:00+00:00

 Borodin’s Historic Russian Epic

Prince Igor

Comes To The Met For The First Time In Nearly 100 Years, In An Acclaimed New Production

Premieres in select movie theatres across the United States

on March 1 at 12:00 pm

Encore presentation on March 5 at 6:30 PM local time (U.S. encore)

Borodin’s Prince Igor Live in HD (Approx. 4 hours 30 minutes)

Prince IgorNew York, NY (February 19, 2014) – The Met: Live in HD series continues on the big screen with Borodin’s operatic masterpiece Prince Igor, in its first Met performances since 1917. The acclaimed new production by director Dmitri Tcherniakov in his Met debut stars Ildar Abdrazakov as the heroic title character, a 12th-century ruler who defended Russia against invading Polovtsian forces.

Gianandrea Noseda, a specialist in Russian music, will conduct a new edition of the opera—left unfinished by Borodin at the time of his death in 1887—which has been specially created for the Met production. The cast also includes Ukrainian soprano Oksana Dyka in her Met debut as Igor’s wife, Yaroslavna; Anita Rachvelishvili as the fiery Polovtsian princess Konchakovna; Russian tenor Sergey Semishkur in his Met debut as Igor’s son, Vladimir Igorevich; Mikhail Petrenko as Yaroslavna’s brother, Prince Galitsky; and Štefan Kocán as Khan Konchak, leader of the Polovtsian forces.

This season, The Met: Live in HD series will reach an audience of approximately 3 million people across 1,900 theaters in 64 countries, and offers subtitles in nine languages, including Swedish for the first time. The 2013-2014 HD season continues with 4 other live transmissions. For complete information on locations and tickets, visit www.metopera.org/hdlive.

 

WHERE:       

Empire 25 with IMAX 234 – New York, NY

Village 7 – New York, NY

Kips Bay 15 with IMAX 570 – New York, NY

Union Square Stadium 14 – New York, NY

Bow Tie Ziegfeld Theatre – New York, NY

Walter Reade – New York, NY

BAM Rose Cinemas – Brooklyn, NY BAM

Bay Plaza – Bronx, NY

John Drew Theater at Guild Hall – East Hampton, NY

Hampton Bays 5 – Hampton Bays, NY

Time & Space Limited – Hudson, NY

City Center 15 Cinema Delux – White Plains, NY

New Roc Stadium18 plus IMAX 33 – New Rochelle , NY

College Point Multiplex – Flushing, NY

Crossgates Stadium 18 with IMAX –Albany, NY

Transit Center Stadium19 with IMAX –Buffalo, NY

Elmwood Center 16 – Buffalo, NY

Shoppingtown Mall 14– De Witt, NY

Farmingdale Multiplex Cinemas – Farmingdale, NY

1891 Fredonia Opera House – Fredonia, NY

Island 16 Cinema De Lux – Holtsville, NY

Ithaca Mall 14– Ithaca, NY

Lake Placid Center for the Arts – Lake Placid, NY

Sullivan Co. Community College – Loch Sheldrake, NY

The Moviehouse– Millerton, NY

Foothills Performing Arts Center – Oneonta, NY

Roxy, Potsdam Crane School of Music – Potsdam , NY

Bardavon – Poughkeepsie, NY

Tinseltown 17 with IMAX – Rochester, NY

Henrietta Stadium 18  – Rochester, NY

Stonybrook 17 with IMAX – Stony Brook, NY

Staller Center – Stony Brook, NY

Carousel Mall Stadium 19 – Syracuse, NY

Eastview Mall 13 – Victor, NY

Webster 12 – Webster, NY

Westbury Stadium 12 with IMAX – Westbury, NY

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