The Metropolitan Opera Ushers in a More Diverse Era

The Metropolitan Opera reopened on Sept. 27 with a efficiency of Terence Blanchard’s “Fireplace Shut Up in My Bones” — the primary opera on the Met by a Black composer. Due to the pandemic, there was no pink carpet or cocktail reception for the opening night time gala, a conventional excessive level of the autumn social season. As a substitute, a tented dinner was held by the reflecting pool. And on Sept. 23, the Wildlife Conservation Society honored David Bonderman at its gala on the Central Park Zoo.

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