Stephen Costello Makes Met Title Role Debut in Roméo et Juliette

Fresh from channeling Frank Sinatra in the company’s Rigoletto – Stephen Costello returns to New York’s Metropolitan Opera to headline Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette (March 3–18). Marking his house title role debut, the Tucker Award-winning tenor stars opposite Pretty Yende under Emmanuel Villaume’s leadership, in the same hit Bartlett Sher staging that saw him partner Anna Netrebko at the 2010 Salzburg Festival. As Opera News notes in a “Spotlight” double-page spread in the just-published February issue, “the all-American tenor” is now “at the top of his game.” Read the complete news release Here

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Stephen Costello Previews Met Title Role Debut in Roméo et Juliette (March 3–18) with Special Valentine’s Day Event at The Greene Space

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