Celebrates PRIDE
Metropolitan Opera with Lights
By Iride Aparicio

Pictures/video courtesy: The MET

SILICON VALLEY-- In an e-mail, The Metropolitan Opera informed CULTURAL WORLD BILINGUAL that although the MET's stage may be temporarily dark, THE MET is still committed to celebrate their LGBTQ artists and audience members. This year, by illuminating the façade of the Metropolitan Opera house each night in the rainbow colors during PRIDE MONTH (June)

Last year, two opera stars, STEPHANIE BLYTHE and ANTHONY ROTH COSTANZO  joined more than lOO MET employees participating in the NYC PRIDE MARCH, so for the first time in its history, the MET took to the streets for the annual LGBTQ Pride march. It was a big success. Members from every corner of the organization joined these two opera's greatest stars --mezzo soprano STEPHANIE BLYTHE and countertenor ANTHONY ROTHE COSTANZO and together they commemorated, in the NYC PRIDE MARCH the 50th anniversary of the l969 Stonewall uprising and celebrated World Pride.

"This year," writes the Metropolitan Opera in their e-mail "while the ongoing health crisis has forced NEW YORK CITY to cancel this year's official LGBTQ festivities, we're excited to share, (with your readers) some virtual PRIDE celebrations in the video below, and we've got some other virtual PRIDE surprises for later this week.--STAY TUNED."


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