Puccini: La Bohème (Metropolitan Opera) Trailer

Puccini: La Bohème (Metropolitan Opera) Trailer (1982)

01 January 1982

"La Bohème" is one of Giacomo Puccini's most popular and timeless works and the second-most performed opera at New York's Metropolitan Opera. This production, directed by the legendary Franco Zeffirelli, features José Carreras, Teresa Stratas, Renata Scotto and Richard Stilwell. The opera is replete with extraordinary visual beauty as it presents the tragic story of young bohemians struggling to make it in the world.

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Cast

Renata Scotto

as Musetta

José Carreras

as Rodolfo

Richard Stilwell

as Marcello

Allan Monk

as Schaunard

James Morris

as Colline

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1982

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