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The Metropolitan Opera in New York is renowned for its acoustic architecture as well as the caliber of performances offered! Season ticket holders, opera aficionados and neophytes alike all know the glory of experiencing a Metropolitan Opera event! Buy your Metropolitan Opera tickets now!
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Metropolitan Opera Tickets

New York City is undoubtedly one of the world's most well-known cultural centers, and that is due in large part to the Metropolitan Opera. For more than 130 years, the Met has been one of the preeminent classical music organizations in North America, and anyone who is lucky enough to pick up Metropolitan Opera tickets will certainly agree.

The Metropolitan Opera was created in 1880, and ever since it has been a cultural staple in the United States, and many visitors to New York City have made a point to take in a show at its legendary opera house. During its season, which lasts from September through May, the company hosts about 27 or 28 different shows that span out to hundreds of various performances.

Each season certainly has an appealing list of shows set to run, including the Met premiere of the opera The Tempest, which is based on the classic Shakespeare play. Other shows set to take the stage at the Met include Maria Stuarda and Handel's Giulio Cesare.

Even casual opera fans can appreciate the historical significance of the Metropolitan Opera, and catching a show put on the by the legendary company will certainly be a long lasting memory.