The Metropolitan Opera might be heading toward its 125th anniversary, but there is nothing old about the new productions announced at a press conference at the opera on Tuesday, February 27, 2007. Maestro James Levine and general manager Peter Gelb are giving the company a new look—and a new sound—as well as a new theatricality by bringing in theatre directors such as Mary Zimmerman and Stephen Wadsworth, as well as the major minimalist composer Philip Glass, with a revival of his early ...

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