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Donna Elvira and Paul Groves, much more sympathetic than usual in the role of Don Ottavio.
Through Giovanni’s intricate nature, viewers are provided with the unique opportunity to observe the workings of the corrupt yet intelligent mind.
In this performance, the entire cast was outstanding and the singing was uniformly magnificent.
I was totally satisfied with this version of Don Giovanni. Every role is filled by great singers and actors. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jacqueline M. Leo
This production is why I am an opera lover. Marvelous singing; beautiful sets; glorious music: it just dosn't get any better than this.Published 5 months ago by Gordon W. Cipra
The customs of the time add so much to the opera and the privileged voices of Terfel as the hated wretched and Fleming bring superiority to the production difficult to match. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Wolfie1756
My mother loves opera, so I buy her operas for Christmas. She really, really, really loves Don Giovanni and when I asked her which one she wanted, this was the one. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. Hernandez
I'm sure that the performance is worth all the stars it gets. But why so expensive? Even at the Met Opera Shop, it's only $40, and $36 if you're a member of the Met Opera Guild. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nicholas Clifford
This is not widescreen. It is older.
The performances of the orchestra and singers are phenomenal. The orchestra is soaring with precise expression. Read more
In yet another outstanding production, the Metropolitan Opera staged the timeless classic, Don Giovanni, with tremendous success. Read morePublished 12 months ago by SFeeser
Mozart’s Don Giovanni has been hailed around the world as the greatest opera of all time. Countless opera companies have performed W. A. Mozart and Lorenzo da Ponte’s masterpiece. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kristin Jager
Don Giovanni, a true classic, has been performed countless times since its debut in 1786. Few, however, meet the standard this version by the Metropolitan Opera sets in... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Naomi B