‘Great Performances at the Met’ returns to Sundays at 9 a.m.

“Great Performances at the Met” brings the best of the Metropolitan Opera into the homes of classical music fans across the United States. Now returning to Sundays at 9 a.m. on Arizona PBS, enjoy four more luscious productions.

Oct. 4: Turandot

Enjoy Puccini’s famed final opera with this dazzling production from Franco Zeffirelli, set in China and starring soprano Christine Goerke in the title role. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts.

Oct. 11: Wozzeck

Experience artist William Kentridge’s interpretation of Berg’s tragic opera set in an apocalyptic pre-World War I environment. Peter Mattei stars in the title role. Met music director Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts.

Oct. 18: Agrippina

Experience Handel’s black comedy of intrigue and impropriety in this production from David McVicar set in the present. Joyce DiDonato stars as the cunning title character with Harry Bicket at the baton.

Oct. 25: Der Fliegende Hollander

Experience Wagner’s eerie early masterpiece telling the tale of the sea captain cursed to sail for eternity. François Girard’s new production stars Evgeny Nikitin in the title role opposite Anja Kampe in her Met debut. Valery Gergiev conducts.

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