New York

Metropolitan Opera

Opera is one of the most moving forms of musical theater and where better to experience it than at New York’s most celebrated opera house, the Metropolitan Opera? We have some of the best ticket deals to New York opera favorites, such as Madame Butterfly, the tragic tale of a woman betrayed, and La Boheme, the Puccini masterpiece that inspired the Broadway hit Rent. Tickets to the Metropolitan Opera make for an exquisite night out—not only will you have a chance to marvel at the sets, the vocals and the drama as the opera plays out before you onstage, but you’ll have the opportunity to experience the opera house in all of its grandeur.

  • Elina Garanca in the title role of Bizet’s Carmen

    Carmen

    Elina Garanca and Anita Rachvelishvili share the title role in director Richard Eyre’s stunning and critically lauded production of Bizet’s heartbreaking, seductive and mesmerizing Carmen, returning for the Metropolitan Opera’s 2014-15 season.

    Buy Tickets Now and Save $15!

    From

    $153

    Buy Now
  • Ildar Abdrazakov in the title role of Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro

    Le Nozze di Figaro

    The story of a servant who just wants to marry his love and the Count who’ll do anything to stop him, Mozart’s delightful comic opera Le Nozze di Figaro comes to the Metropolitan Opera in a clever new production helmed by Tony nominee Richard Eyre.

    Buy Tickets Now and Save $15!

    From

    $153

    Buy Now
  • A scene from Shostakovich's Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk

    Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk

    Soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek stars as Katerina Ismailova, a woman whose passions drive her away from her conventional marriage and into the arms of a man who help her commit murder in Shostakovich’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk at the Metropolitan Opera.

    Buy Tickets Now and Save $15!

    From

    $103

    Buy Now
  • Marina Poplavskaya as Violetta in Verdi's La Traviata

    La Traviata

    An evocative modern staging of one of the world’s favorite operas, the Met’s La Traviata makes this riveting romance about a courtesan who loses her heart feel newly meaningful.

    Buy Tickets Now and Save $15!

    From

    $130

    Buy Now
  • Renee Fleming stars in The Merry Widow

    The Merry Widow

    Playful, flirtatious, and elegant, The Merry Widow charmingly chronicles the adventures of a rich, beautiful widow whose newfound wealth sparks both romantic and political intrigues.

    Buy Tickets Now and Save $15!

    From

    $153

    Buy Now
  • A scene from Offenbach's Les Contes d'Hoffmann

    Les Contes d'Hoffmann

    The Met’s stunning production of Les Contes d’Hoffmann brings a sinister, sexy edge to this tale of a tortured poet’s loves, losses—and ultimate inspiration.

    Buy Tickets Now and Save $15!

    From

    $103

    Buy Now
  • A scene from Massenet's 'Manon'

    Manon

    Though the opera is 130 years old, Manon's tale of choosing between true love and great wealth has stood the test of time.

    Buy Tickets Now and Save $10!

    From

    $133

    Buy Now
  • Eva-Maria Westbroek sings Santuzza in Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana.

    Cavalleria Rusticana / Pagliacci

    This tragic double header of two classic operas feature all new stagings with sets by Tony winner Rae Smith (War Horse)

    Buy Tickets Now and Save $15!

    From

    $153

    Buy Now
Loading...

Loading...

The Metropolitan Opera of New York has been a mainstay of the musical theater community in New York since it first opened in 1883 as a competing opera house to the Academy of Music. Since then, it has become one of the city’s most popular attractions and the largest classical music organization in North America. You don’t have to know an aria from an overture to appreciate the genius that goes into this art form—many people consider it to be one of the fulfilling forms of musical theater. New York operas are known for their epic talent. Rigoletto, for example, came together under the direction of Tony-winning Broadway director Michael Mayer, who turned Verdi’s classic tale of love and revenge into a modern day opera set in Las Vegas. In Tosca, you can hear two of opera’s leading sopranos, Patricia Racette and Sondra Radvanovsky, alternate in the lead role. Every season, the Metropolitan opera sells tickets to more than 25 productions, which range from the obscure to the beloved and showcase music from greats such as Mozart, Puccini and Verdi. No matter what kind of opera you’re in the mood for, you can learn about it in advance on NewYork.com. Often, if you buy tickets to the opera early, you can save money on the price of a ticket, especially on orchestra seats. Bring binoculars if you’re sitting farther away, as they will allow you to appreciate the fantastic scenery, costumes and acting that are all part of the fun at the opera.

We are currently searching for hotels that are available on your selected date(s).

Loading...

We guarantee,
you're always getting
the best rate!

Best Rate Guarantee