Posts Tagged ‘Metropolitan Opera House’

The Met's Next Revival?

The Met’s Next Revival?

October 4, 2013  |  News

Developer Eric Blumenfeld quietly purchased the Metropolitan Opera House in February, and work began on part of the auditorium in late summer > more

South Broad, North Broad, And The Rite Of Spring

South Broad, North Broad, And The Rite Of Spring

February 20, 2013  |  Vantage

It had its US orchestral premier at the Academy of Music, its US ballet premier at the Metropolitan Opera, and now it returns tomorrow night for a multi-media, dance, and orchestral spectacle at the Academy. Jack McCarthy has the story > more

Accidental Preservationists

Accidental Preservationists

February 12, 2013  |  Vantage

Beautiful buildings and fascinating history cast a spell on the unsuspecting--including real estate developer Eric Blumenfeld and community developer Linda Richardson. Grid Magazine's Liz Pacheco has their stories > more

What $5,000 More Will Do

What $5,000 More Will Do

November 28, 2012  |  Vantage

About to pass our $15,000 crowd funding goal, we're aiming to raise $5,000 more--and offering three new perks for donors > more

Who's The Divine Lorraine's Biggest Fan?

Who’s The Divine Lorraine’s Biggest Fan?

November 27, 2012  |  Vantage

Always wanted to explore the Divine Lorraine and the Metropolitan Opera House? Here's your chance (for a tidy donation to our Indiegogo campaign). To sweeten the deal, we've dipped into our private stash of Divine Lorraine-iana and are also offering two postcards from the Hotel Lorraine from the 1920s, as well as matching views of the same rooms from the early 2000s from photographers Joseph E.B. Elliott and Peter Woodall. > more