Decca Classics to Release ‘Renée Fleming – Greatest Moments at the Met’

By Francisco Salazar

On the heels of her return to the Metropolitan Opera, Renée Fleming and Decca Classics have announced a new album, “Greatest Moments at the Metropolitan Opera.”

The specially remastered collection compiles highlights chosen by Renée captured live on stage in this pinnacle of opera houses. Produced by GRAMMY-winning David Frost, the collection features duets with Cecilia Bartoli, Susan Graham, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Samuel Ramey, Bryn Terfel & more.

Since her 1991 debut when she stepped in for Felicity Lott, Fleming has performed on the MET stage over 250 times and describes the MET as “my musical home, the theater where I feel welcome amongst friends – backstage, onstage, and in the audience.”

The album features selections from “Eugene Onegin,” “La Traviata,” “Il Pirata,” “Otello,” “Armida,” “Die Tote Stadt,” “Manon,” “Rusalka,” “Arabella,” and “Don Giovanni,” among others.

The album is set for release on Jan. 13, 2023.