The Metropolitan Opera: Fire Shut Up In My Bones

Returning 2/12/22
The Metropolitan Opera: Fire Shut Up In My Bones

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Playing in the Rose Theatre
Date Time
Sat, 2/12 12:55 pm
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Part of the Metropolitan Opera Series: Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Grammy Award–winning jazz musician and composer Terence Blanchard’s adaptation of Charles M. Blow’s moving memoir, which The New York Times praised after its 2019 world premiere at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis as “bold and affecting” and “subtly powerful.” The first opera by a Black composer presented on the Met stage and featuring a libretto by filmmaker Kasi Lemmons, the opera tells a poignant and profound story about a young man’s journey to overcome a life of trauma and hardship. James Robinson and Camille A. Brown—two of the creators of the Met’s sensational recent production of Porgy and Bess—co-direct this new staging, which appears in cinemas on October 23. Baritone Will Liverman, one of opera’s most exciting young artists, stars as Charles, alongside sopranos Angel Blue as Destiny/Loneliness/Greta and Latonia Moore as Billie. Sung in English. Pre-recorded.

3 hrs, 15 min.

Conductor: Yannick Nezet-Seguin
Destiny/Loneliness/Greta: Angel Blue
Billie: Latonia Moore
Charles: Will Liverman
Composer: Terence Blanchard

“On Monday, for the first time in its 138-year history and as it returned from an 18-month closure, the Metropolitan Opera presented a work by a Black composer: Terence Blanchard’s FIRE SHUT UP IN MY BONES. By opening the season with this work, the Met filled a gaping hole in its repertory at a time when the performing arts are rightfully being challenged to become more diverse... Blanchard deftly blends elements of jazz, blues, hints of big band and gospel into a compositional voice dominated by lushly chromatic and modal harmonic writing.” - New York Times