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MetLiveArts 2023-2024

Opening Date: Sep 29, 2023

Closing Date: Jun 12, 2024

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The Met’s Department of Live Arts commissions and presents new works of performance: music, movement, sound and related hybrids. This singular body of work furthers The Met’s commitment to living artists, deepens connections between audiences and works of art, and introduces untested modes of performance. 

Live Arts offers its programs through digital platforms and has garnered millions of views worldwide via YouTube, Facebook and The Met’s website.

MetLiveArts 2023-2024 season presents works new and old that highlight the Museum’s spaces, objects, pasts and futures:

2023-24 Quartet in Residence: Catalyst Quartet
MetLiveArts has invited Catalyst Quartet to return for an unprecedented second season of residency! The ensemble will continue to deepen the ideas developed during year one, with in-gallery performances, special artist collaborations and a new Instagram series to follow the ever-popular CQ Minute.

Radical Dance For The People: Martha Graham Dance Company
Saturday & Tuesday, October 7 & 10

Dancers from Martha Graham's revolutionary company stage some of the choreographer's most powerful 1930s solos in galleries throughout The Met, inspired by the exhibition Art for the Millions: American Culture and Politics in the 1930s.
Free with Museum admission

The Great Hall Commission: Jacolby Satterwhite, A Metta Prayer
Saturdays in October and November 2023
The Great Hall
Jacolby Satterwhite
creates an immersive, multifaceted installation with video, music, movement and live performance. This ambitious project transforms the Museum's Great Hall, inviting visitors to explore works of art from the Collection in an unprecedented way.
Free with Museum admission

Sight and Sound: Art for the Millions
Sunday, December 3, 2023 @ 2 PM
The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium

Join Leon Botstein and The Orchestra Now as they investigate the relationship between American music and the Great Depression, featuring music by Copland and art from the exhibition Art for the Millions: American Culture and Politics in the 1930s.

ModernMedieval Voices: A Midwinter Feast
Saturday, December 16, 2023 @ 3 PM
Fuentidueña Chapel, The Met Cloisters

Following their triumphant Met debut in 2019, ModernMedieval Voices returns to The Met Cloisters for eight centuries of holiday carols, chants, folk songs, traditional tunes and ecclesiastic music.

Hamed Sinno: Westerly Breath
Thursday, January 25-Saturday, January 27, 2024 @ 7 PM
The Temple of Dendur

Singer, composer and activist Hamed Sinno (former leader of alt-rock band Mashrou' Leila) weaves together myth, memoir and monumentality in his new, site-specific operetta for the Temple of Dendur.

Handel: Made in America
Thursday, February 15 & Friday, February 16, 2024 @ 7 PM
The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium

Through the lens of George Frideric Handel's life and works, musician and storyteller Terrance McKnight (WQXR) leads an intimate and revealing journey that weaves his own history with the story of Handel's world—and the money, power and people that moved and were moved by it.

Sight and Sound: Debussy and Fauvism
Sunday, March 10, 2024 @ 2 PM
The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium
Join Leon Botstein and The Orchestra Now as they discuss parallels between the technicolor art and music of early 1900s France, featuring music by Debussy.

Sight and Sound: Harlem Renaissance
Sunday, April 14, 2024 @ 2 PM
The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium
Join Leon Botstein and The Orchestra Now as they investigate classical music in the Harlem Renaissance, featuring music by William Grant Still.

The Clarion Choir and Orchestra: Ockeghem Marathon
Wednesday, June 12, 2024 @ 3 PM–8 PM
Museum-wide, The Met Cloisters

Following their sold-out Josquin des Prez marathon in 2022, The Clarion Choir and Orchestra return to The Met Cloisters to celebrate the 600th birthday (give or take) of Franco-Flemish forefather Johannes Ockeghem.
Show Notes

Show Notes: Events take place at The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters. Some events are free with museum admission.

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