Principal Trombonist Demian Austin reflects on how he came to play the trombone, how opera has shaped his musicality, and what it's like to be a performer at the Metropolitan Opera. Video by Richard KaplanRead More
From the demonically difficult violin opening to a heart wrenching moment in Tom Hanks' Philadelphia, Andrea Chénier means something different to each MET Orchestra Musician.
Violinist Katherine Fong and Trombonist Demian Austin discuss death row, opera fandom and their preparation for the Met Opera's opening night of Andrea Chénier, 2014.
Clarinetist Anthony McGill joins for a trio performance of the aria Come un bel di di maggio, arranged by percussionist Rob Knopper.