Grammy-winning singing sensation Michael Bublé comes to Great Performances this week (Thursday, 10pm) for an unforgettable Madison Square Garden concert. Bublé sat down with WNET.ORG’s SundayArts host Christina Ha to discuss his music and the importance of Public Television. In the first clip, Bublé talks about his recent Grammy win, his long, but solid path […]
Get an early look at the production of Jerome Robbins’ NY Export: Opus Jazz with these production stills and behind the scenes images.
Multi-Grammy-winning phenomenon Michael Bublé returns to public television in Michael Bublé Meets Madison Square Garden, a musical concert that captures the star in a trademark, high-octane performance. Recorded at New York City’s famed arena, this program’s highlights include a show-stopping collection of Bublé’s hits (not included on the DVD release) such as Sway, Save the […]
Spike Lee interviews Stew and Heidi Rodewald, the collaborating creators of Passing Strange, offering a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the innovative musical that rocked Broadway. The two discuss the show’s magical closing night on Broadway, the earlier incarnation of the production at The Public Theater, the importance of documenting theater, and their […]
La Boheme with Anna Netrebko and Rolando Villazón premieres on Great Performances on December. 23rd at 9 p.m. EST (check local listings). To download a free track, click here. The download offer is available through January 31st. You purchase the full La Boheme Soundtrack here.
Great Performances had a chance to sit-down with opera diva Anna Netrebko, star of Robert Dornhelm’s film-for-television adaption of Puccini’s La Boheme, premiering on PBS on December 23rd at 9pm (check local listings). Senior Publicist Jitin Hingorani chatted with Netrebko about her experience shooting the film, her recent pregnancy, and her ideas on how opera […]
On day 6 out of 18 of the shoot for Great Performances’ upcoming Macbeth, the cast and crew have completed some of the more violent parts of the Bard’s tragedy.
Read about how the crew began the filming and approached the task of bringing the story from the British stage to television.
Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera Reached in Paris, the day after performing in Verdi’s “Simon Boccanegra” at l’Opéra national de Paris, celebrated Siberian-born baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky talked about one of his signature roles — the title character in Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin” — and the Metropolitan Opera production he starred in that will be presented by GREAT PERFORMANCES […]