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Metropolitan Opera
The Metropolitan Opera is America's largest classical music organization, and annually presents some 220 opera performances. The home of the company, the Metropolitan Opera House, is considered by many to be one of the premier opera stages in the world, and is among the largest in the world. The Met, as it is commonly called, is one of the twelve resident organizations at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The Met presents a wide array of about 27 operas each year in a season which lasts from late September through early May. The operas are presented in a rotating repertory schedule with seven performances of four different works presented each week. Performances are given in the evening Monday through Saturday with a matinee on Saturday. Several new opera productions are offered each season. Sometimes these are borrowed from or shared with other major opera houses. The rest are given in revivals of productions from previous seasons.

The Metropolitan Opera House is an iconic building on the Upper West Side close to Central Park. The Metropolitan Opera House is part of the larger Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Opening in 1996 the Manhattan stalwart for upper crust entertainment replaced the original Metropolitan Opera House in a bigger and better fashion. Now home to the American Ballet Theatre in the summer months the “Met”. When looking for a venue to see La Boheme, Turnadot, Hansel & Gretal, Swan Lake, or Le Nozze di Figaro this is the best choice in the United States. With 3800 seats and amazing architecture the show in the stage is an important part of the experience but not the only part of it. The interior is guided and ensconced in red velvet and speaks to a time gone by for formal entertainment. is not affiliated with any primary box office or supplier. We are a privately owned and operated business specializing in sales in the secondary market. To buy tickets for any Metropolitan Opera House events in New York simply click on the event of interest or call our operators at anytime.