Metropolitan Opera House

Posted September 27, 2019

Hey everyone! The 2019-2020 season of the Metropolitan Opera is on! There are so many performances scheduled through May that we don't have the room to list them all.

But! Here's a taste of what you could see: La Bohème, Così Fan Tutte, Madama Butterfly, The Magic Flute, Porgy and Bess, La Traviata, Turandot, Tosca and La Damnation de Faust.

Phew!

Tickets start at about $30 for some performances and can go over $1,000 for orchestra seats for others. (But keep in mind that the acoustics at the Met are so good, you can enjoy the performance just as much from the cheap seats).

Even if you're not a huge fan of opera, well, taking in a performance at the Met should be on everyone's bucket list. The Met is absolutely beautiful; it was founded in 1883 and moved to its current Lincoln Center location in 1966. It's the largest classical music organization in North America and its repertoire consists of a wide range of works, from 18th-century Baroque and 19th-century Bel Canto to the Minimalism of the late 20th century.

In short, it has it all, so make a stop there on your next trip.

Have a great weekend, everyone!

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