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Einstein on the Beach Concert Tickets

With music by Phillip Glass, whose minimalist compositions have taken him to the heights of the classical movement, Einstein on the Beach has become one of the most important operas in American history. To experience why this opera has been such a sensation for so many years, purchase your Einstein on the Beach tickets now.

After premiering at the Avignon Festival in France in 1976, the opera quickly became a worldwide sensation, playing in several European capitals and at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City in its first year alone. Performed in four acts and running for nearly five hours without intermission (the audience is allowed to enter and leave as they like), this astonishing work of musical beauty was originally directed by famed theatrical producer Robert Wilson. In the years since it was first produced, Einstein on the Beach has gone on to become one of the most critically acclaimed operas of the 20th century, leading to revivals in the 1980s, 90s, 2000s and 2010s.

Part of the appeal is that it was the first of Glass' major opera works, as well as the first of his Portrait Trilogy, which honors Einstein, Satyagraha (1979) and Akhnaten (1983), all of whom Glass admired for transforming their cultures through ideas instead of violence.

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