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Met Opera Schedule & Tickets

La Boheme
Nov 14, 2019 — May 7, 2020
La Traviata
Jan 14 — Mar 19, 2020
Tosca NYC Tickets
Mar 26 — Apr 18, 2020

Season 2019 /2020

Met Opera Season 2019/2020 proudest jewels. The schedule of events for the Metropolitan Opera. The Metropolitan Opera’s exciting season features 5 dazzling new productions, the return of the Ring, and a full slate of revivals starring your favorite singers. New productions include:

  • Turandot
  • Madama Butterfly
  • La Bohème
  • Akhnaten
  • Le Nozze di Figaro
  • The Queen of Spades
  • Der Rosenkavalier
  • The Magic Flute
  • Wozzeck
  • La Traviata
  • Agrippina
  • Cosi fan Tutte
  • Der Fliegende Hollander
  • La Cenerentola
  • Werther
  • Tosca
  • Simon Boccanegra
  • Maria Stuarda
  • Manon Lescaut
  • Kata Kabanova

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Directions

Dressing Code
While there is no dress code at the Met, the theater recommends comfortable clothing appropriate for a professional setting. Attendees tend to dress more formally for Galas or openings of new productions, but this is optional.

NEARBY PARKING

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    0.08 mi away at 20 W. 64th St.
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    0.09 mi away at 60 W. 66th St.
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    0.11 mi away at 30 W. 63rd St.
  • Quik Park – Central Park
    0.15 mi away at 18 W. 62nd St.
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    0.16 mi away at 169 W. 65th St.
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    0.18 mi away at 165 W. 66th St.

NEARBY RESTAURANTS

  • Atlantic Grill Near Lincoln Center
    0.03 mi away at 49 West 64th St.
  • The Smith- Lincoln Square
    0.05 mi away at 1900 Broadway
  • Shun Lee West
    0.05 mi away at 43 West 65th Street
  • Shun Lee Cafe
    0.05 mi away at 43 West 65th Street
  • Bar Boulud
    0.06 mi away at 1900 Broadway
  • Cafe Fiorello
    0.06 mi away at 1900 Broadway

 

About Metropolitan Opera

History

Founded in 1883 with a performance of Gounod’s Faust, New York City’s Metropolitan Opera has become a hub for the most exciting operatic work in the world, with numerous new operas premiering there every year along with a selection of the best operatic productions from around the world. All the world’s most distinguished and talented opera singers have flocked to perform there since its inception, including Lilli Lehmann, Enrico Caruso, and Luciano Pavarotti. Conductors including Anton Seidl, Gustav Mahler, Artur Bodanzky and Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the current Music Director Designate.

Lincoln Center

In September 1966, the Met moved from 39th street to the new Metropolitan Opera House at the Lincoln Center, where the company was able to put on more impressive performances thanks to its remarkable technical facilities. These days, the Met stages more than two hundred performances in New York each season, attended by more than eight hundred thousand people. Through distribution, technology, its radio broadcast series and The Met: Live In HD transmissions, millions of people worldwide are able to experience the works that the Met produces.

Through the Lincoln Center, the Met has been able to modernize and to move with the times, for example creating a commissioning program that enables composers and playwrights to create and develop new works. Not only is the Met a way to see Tosca, Carmen, and Aida, but it’s a way to experience a new way of looking at the arts and in the world. It is a vital part of New York City’s entertainment and arts scene.

Venue Info

Phone Number
(212) 362-6000
Address
30 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

Seating Chart

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