In our latest Humans of the MET post, Katherine Anderson interviews violist Mary Hammann about what it's like behind the scenes at the Metropolitan Opera.Read More
Some of the parts the MET Orchestra uses are more than one hundred years old. Curious what they might contain, I went spelunking in the Metropolitan Opera's Music Library, where all the opera scores for the conductors and the parts for every singer and instrumentalist reside.Read More
During intermission and on Sundays, the MET Orchestra Musicians have taken to their pencils, computer keyboards, and iPhone cameras. The MET Orchestra Blog is a space for musicians to write and curate blog posts about their passion for opera and other related subjects.
We begin with a story by Mary Hamman, a MET Orchestra violist since 1992, who did some detective work into an unusual comment written on her Chénier part.Read More