cut_t_wires_banner.gif
Google Search
22872084 Visitors
 HOME
 Obituaries 11-11
 Yahoo Comic Strips
 Daily Crossword
 Today's Trivia
 Daily Horoscopes
GAMES
 ARCADE
 Sheepish
 Shootem In
 Master Solitaire
 Trap Shooter
 Crypt Raider
 Pharaoh's Tomb
 HANGAROO
Area Towns
 EMERGENCY #s
 Berryville
 Eureka Springs
 Green Forest
 Holiday Island
Local Schools
 Berryville
 Clear Spring
 Eureka Springs
 Green Forest
Nat/Int News
 Top Stories
 World
 Business
 Sports
 Entertainment
 Health
 Politics
 Technology
 Science
 Opin/Editorial
 Oddly Enough

10-22   Print  E-mail
Results 1 - 1 of 2
The Metropolitan Opera House, located on...Broadway at 39th Street in New York City, opened on October 22, 1883 with a performance of Charles Gounod's Faust, the tale of a German sorcerer who sold his soul to the devil in exchange for knowledge, power, youth, and love. The opera, although composed in French and based on Goethe's German poem, was sung on this occasion in Italian, the favored language of the Met's early management.

The Metropolitan Opera has attracted talented artists from around the world. In its early days, the Met was graced with such legendary conductors as Arturo Toscanini and Gustav Mahler, and the great singers Enrico Caruso, Geraldine Farrar, and Christine Nilsson. Since 1966, the Metropolitan Opera Association has made its home at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. and opera vocalists of more recent years such as Placido Domingo, Beverly Sills, Marian Anderson, and Leontyne Price.

Historically, opera houses have served a variety of functions in towns and cities across the country hosting community dances, fairs, plays, and vaudeville shows as well as operas and other musical events such as Jenny Lind's tour. "That old Opera House used to be going every night in the week, pretty near, during the winter season," Arthur Botsford recalled in his recollections of life in Thomaston, Connecticut. Botsford shared especially fond memories of the community dances he had attended at the Thomaston Opera House:


 

 INSURANCE
Browser Prefs
Add to Favorites
Make Home Page
Arcade Hi Scores
Snake:
15000
By: I DID NOT CHEAT
Tetris:
2147483647
By: PLAYED BY MASTER
Asteroids:
2147483647
By: WORLD RECORD
Invaders:
2147483647
By: YOU DID HACK IT
Pacman:
200000
By: GAME OVER
ABC News
 World News
 U.S. News
 Politics
 MONEYScope
 SciTech
 Entertainment
 Travel
 Health
 Relationships
 GMA
 Nightline
 Primetime
 20/20
 WNT

NWADN.com disclaims all liability or responsibility for any loss or damage that may result from the action or
failure to act or not act by any person in regards to any information provided within this website.