WBJC is proud to bring you the Metropolitan Opera Radio Broadcasts
Launched in 1931, the Metropolitan Opera’s Saturday matinee broadcasts are the longest-running continuous classical music program in radio history.
The Met’s 89th consecutive Saturday Matinee Radio Broadcast season kicks off on December 7 with a live broadcast of Glass’ Akhnaten and continues through the May 9. Mary Jo Heath and Ira Siff return as commentators for the broadcasts, which feature a range of dynamic intermission features, live backstage interviews with artists, and the ever-popular Opera Quiz
If you would like to request a printed copy of the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD and Radio Program Guide, please click here.
And join us a half hour prior to the Met for the WBJC Opera Preview!
- Regarding Met Opera broadcasts – COVID19
- 05/09/20- Maria Stuarda- 1pm
- 05/02/20- Kata Kabanova- 1pm
- 04/25/20- Turandot- 1pm
- 04/18/20- Simon Boccanegra- 1pm
- 04/11/20- Tosca- 1pm
- 04/04/20- Orfeo ed Euridice- 1pm
- 03/28/20- Werther- 1pm
- 03/21/20- La Cenerentola- 1pm
- 03/14/20- Der Fliegende Holländer- 1pm
- 03/07/20- Così fan tutte- 1pm
- 02/29/2020- Agrippina- 1pm
- 02/22/20- Le Nozze di Figaro- 1pm
- 02/15/20- Manon- 1pm
- 02/08/20- La Damnation de Faust- 1pm
- 02/01/20- Porgy and Bess- 1pm
- 01/25/20- La Bohème- 1pm
- 01/18/20- La Traviata- 1pm
- 01/11/20- Wozzeck- 1pm
- 01/04/20 – Der Rosenkavalier – 1pm
- 12/28/19 The Magic Flute -1PM
- 12/21/19 – MACBETH -1PM
- 12/14/19 – The Queen of Spades -1 PM
- 12/07/19 – Akhnaten – THE MET RETURNS! – 1PM
Click here for older Met listings.