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Great Performances At The Met: Don Giovanni

Mariusz Kwiecien brings his youthful and sensual interpretation of Mozart's timeless antihero to the Met for the first time. Under the direction of Tony Award-winning director Michael Grandage and with Fabio Luisi conducting, the production also stars Marina Rebeka, Barbara Frittoli, Ramon Vargas and Luca Pisaroni.

Mariusz Kwiecien sings the title role in Mozart’s “Don Giovanni.”

Mariusz Kwiecien sings the title role in Mozart’s “Don Giovanni.”

Credit: Courtesy of Nick Heavican/Metropolitan Opera

Barbara Frittoli as Donna Elvira and Mariusz Kwiecien as the title character in the Met's new production of Mozart's “Don Giovanni.”

Barbara Frittoli as Donna Elvira and Mariusz Kwiecien as the title character in the Met's new production of Mozart's “Don Giovanni.”

Credit: Courtesy of Marty Sohl/Metropolitan Opera

Mariusz Kwiecien as the title character and Luca Pisaroni as Leporello in the Met's new production of Mozart's “Don Giovanni.”

Mariusz Kwiecien as the title character and Luca Pisaroni as Leporello in the Met's new production of Mozart's “Don Giovanni.”

Credit: Courtesy of Marty Sohl/Metropolitan Opera

Ramón Vargas as Don Ottavio, Marina Rebeka as Donna Anna, and Stefan Kocán as the Commendatore in the Met's new production of Mozart's “Don Giovanni.”

Ramón Vargas as Don Ottavio, Marina Rebeka as Donna Anna, and Stefan Kocán as the Commendatore in the Met's new production of Mozart's “Don Giovanni.”

Credit: Courtesy of Marty Sohl/Metropolitan Opera

Mojca Erdmann as Zerlina and Joshua Bloom as Masetto in the Met's new production of Mozart's “Don Giovanni.”

Mojca Erdmann as Zerlina and Joshua Bloom as Masetto in the Met's new production of Mozart's “Don Giovanni.”

Credit: Courtesy of Marty Sohl/Metropolitan Opera

Mariusz Kwiecien (center) in the title role of Mozart's "Don Giovanni."

Mariusz Kwiecien (center) in the title role of Mozart's "Don Giovanni."

Credit: Courtesy of Marty Sohl/Metropolitan Opera