The Met returns to Golden

The Kicking Horse Cinemas will be showing the Metropolitan Opera again this year.

The Metropolitan Opera will once again be shown live at Kicking Horse Cinemas this year. This will be the second season the local theatre has shown the performances at the facility.

The lineup of the operas for  the 2012/13 season starts on October 27, when Otello (Verdi) is shown, followed up on December 1, with La Clemenza di Tito (Mozart). On December 15 Aida (Verdi) which will lead into the 2013 part of the shows kicked off with Maria Stuarda (Donizetti) on January 19.

Rigoletto (Verdi) is set to play on  February 16, before the season ends on April 27 with Giulio Cesare (Handel).

Further information can be found on the Met’s website www.metoperafamily.org/metopera/liveinhd1213.aspx with local details of times and more at www.kickinghorsemovies.com.

 

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