Is this your podcast?
Sign up to track ranks and reviews from iTunes, Stitcher and more
Metropolitan Opera Guild
Met Opera Guild Podcast
Podcast by Metropolitan Opera Guild
Listen now
Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 218 ratings
Amazing
Amazing. Matt Timmerman on Wagner was so good.
incognito82 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/22/20
OMG Carl Raymond has me intrigued and laughing from beginning to end. I want to see him in person the next time I’m in NYC.
mjname via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/23/19
Kudos to Desiree Mays!
Having listened to the podcasts from their inception, I continue to enjoy them immensely. My favorite speaker by far is the marvelous Desiree Mays. Her insightful and literate reviews go beyond just summarizing the plots and characters of the operas, and also include many historical and other...Read full review »
Libranjpa via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/22/19
Recent Episodes
Despite their contempt for the unruly musical ideas of Richard Wagner, many connections can be made between the works of both Tchaikovsky and Janáček with Wagnerian ideas. On this episode of the Metropolitan Opera Guild Podcast, lecturer and musicologist Matthew Timmermans concludes our “Wagner...
Published 03/29/20
Just as Massenet was accused of being a Wagnerian in France, so too was Puccini in Italy. From Wagnerian-sized voices to a complex orchestral sound, Wagner’s influence can be heard throughout the canon of Italian opera, but nowhere more so than in the work of Puccini. In this episode of the...
Published 03/20/20
Wagner’s tale of the cursed sea captain and the love of a faithful maiden has captivated audiences since its premiere in 1843. On this episode of the Metropolitan Opera Guild Podcast, lecturer, composer, and conductor Victoria Bond discusses the musical genius of Wagner and the power of love in...
Published 03/11/20
Do you host a podcast?
Track your ranks and reviews from iTunes, Stitcher and more.
See hourly chart positions and more than 30 days of history.
Get Chartable Analytics »