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Andrea Chenier, the four-act verismo opera, is set to Luigi Illica's Italian libretto, making this moving exploration of the French poet's life an extraordinary experience. Don't miss your chance to see Andrea Chenier LIVE! Buy your Andrea Chenier opera tickets now!
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Andrea Chenier Opera Tickets

Andrea Chenier is an opera in four acts, written by Italian composer Umberto Giordano. Audiences have been enamored by this Verismo opera since its premier in 1896 in Milan thanks to its creativity with operatic elements, which allows its singers to really show off their talents. Get your Andrea Chenier tickets today to experience this theatrical phenomenon!

Giordano wrote the opera based loosely on the life of Andre Chenier, a French poet who lived in the late 18th century and was executed during the French Revolution. It is the tragic love story of the poet and a countess’s daughter, the class system in France and the oppression of the French Revolution. The character of Carlo Gerard is a rough imitation of Jean-Lambert Tallien, a leader of the Revolution.

Andrea Chenier has endured over the past 118 years and remains popular with audiences today. The tenor lead was written by Giordano to allow the singer to practice a range of skills and really flaunt his voice. Giuseppe Borgatti acted in the title role at this opera’s first performance and was instantly propelled to the pinnacle of Italian opera singers. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy the pure talent of opera singers in this play, and get your tickets today!