The Metropolitan Opera Ushers in a More Diverse Era

The Metropolitan Opera Ushers in a More Diverse Era


The Metropolitan Opera reopened on Sept. 27 with a efficiency of Terence Blanchard’s “Fire Shut Up in My Bones” — the very first opera at the Achieved by a Black composer. Mainly because of the pandemic, there was no purple carpet or cocktail reception for the opening evening gala, a conventional high position of the fall social time. Instead, a tented meal was held by the reflecting pool. And on Sept. 23, the Wildlife Conservation Culture honored David Bonderman at its gala at the Central Park Zoo.



Supply website link

Author Image
NADIA CAMPARI

My name is Nadia Campari and I am a news and fashion blogger. My hobby is travelling and I want to share my excpiriences with you.