• Released
  • October 22, 2016
  • (Start Time: 12:55PM ET / 11:55AM CT / 10:55AM MT / 9:55AM PT / 12:55PM AK & HI)
  • 3 hr 45 min
  • Concert/Special Events
The Metropolitan Opera: Don Giovanni Synopsis
The Met: Live in HD 2016-17 season presents a broadcast of Mozart’s Don Giovanni, presented live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, October 22.

Movie Reviews

Don Giovanni: Live in HD Met Broadcast

By swfisher5
As mostly so with Met Opera broadcasts these days, the voices and orchestra were stellar and memorable. It's rare to hear live ensemble-singing of this quality anywhere, and the Met does it best....

Met Opera Don Giovanni

By judithhurley
Absolutely fabulous. Throughly enjoyed....

OK but not great

By ricleecar
Good singing, particularly from Zerlina, Leporello and Don Ottavio. Don Giovanni was rather weak. Sets were drab , staging dreadful. But I love the music so am glad I went....


By MmeB1
I have seen this opera in Philadelphia, Paris and NY, but I think this was the best yet. Wonderful singing and uniformly good. I noticed that some critics on line did not like the sets. I thought...

Don Giovanni

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Don Giovanni

By brc433
So grateful to be able to see wonderful performance like this, from around the world. At our local theater....

A little disappointed

By llyrra99
Much as I love Mozart, this offering was something of a disappointment for several reasons. To begin with, I did not think the principal female, Donna Anna, had a "Mozart" voice. Her tremolos...

"Don Giovanni"

By gwinjoh
HD screening has permanently replaced going to the Opera House! Telecast was perfect in every sense of the viewing -- the A-list cast and amazing camerawork -- absolute treat! Thank you!...

Opera - Don Giovanni

By margareteraiha
Another fabulous production by the Met. What an outstanding opportunity for those of us living off the beaten path to watch and listen to stellar performers in a classical masterpiece!...

Keenlyside just looked tired...

By June H. Twinam
This is the fourth time that I've seen this opera and it was the weakest of all the productions. Keenlyside just looked tired ( all that "raking" about I guess) Was looking forward to his return as...

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