Movie Reviews

The Metropolitan Opera: Orfeo ed Euridice

By Bunglebunny71
iT WAS VERY ENTERTAINING. HOWEVER, THE LEAD ACTRESS PLAYING A MALE DID NOT EXPRESS HERSELF ENOUGH AS PORTRAYING A MALE. THE STORY LINE WAS EXCELLENT....

Orfeo and Euridice

By dragon50
Beautiful, Beautiful Opera!!! From scene one when Blythe just pronounces the name "Euridice, Euridice" I was in tears ! Great set, Great chorus, interesting dance and movement, wonderful and...

Orfeo ed Euridice

By chemindefer
We would be more interested in attending movies IF movies were actually culturally enriching as this Metropolitan Opera telecast was. The lack of cultural refinement was especially noticable when...

ORFEO ED EURIDICE

By Janice Coleman
This was a disappointment. The dance detracted from the music. The great flute solo was eliminated which is like leaving the violin solo, Meditation, out of THAIS. Gluck wrote the most...

Orfeo ed euridice

By goshornmom
fabulous...

Met Opera Performance for Sat 24 January, 2009

By msdihanna
As usual, this was fabulous. To think that I could sit in a comfortable theatre seat in Orange County California, fifteen minutes from my home and get to see a performance at the Met in New York City...

Gluck's 'Orfeo et Euridice"

By listenerbutnotsinger
yet another superb production of the Metropolitan Opera, wonderfully sung and imaginatively staged. Stephanie Blythe in the "pants" role of Orfeo was stunning--her aria lamenting the second loss of...

Riveting "Orfeo"

By Chippatino
Stephanie Bythe makes a convincingly grieving Orfeo, whose beautiful and assured voice charms the guardians of Hades into letting him retrieve his dead wife. Danielle de Niese is heartbreaking...

Orfeo ed Euridice Review

By Nigrelli37
This live HD telecast was a pleasant but not outstanding production. The music is not memorable and I feel it probably is not difficult for singers who have the talent and training to perform...

Orfeo ed Euridice

By tucsonoperafan
Superb in all respects. Stephanie Blythe was phenomenal. There's a lot of emotion in this opera ranging from deep grief to extreme joy, and the audience feels this emotion clearly. Euridice's...

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Rated NR