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Tosca, an Italian opera created by Giacomo Puccini in 1899, was among the most popular operas of its time, and the timeless masterpiece continues to wow audiences today. Don't miss your chance to see Tosca perform LIVE! Buy your Tosca tickets now!
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Tosca Concert Tickets

One of the most famous operas of all time, Tosca was completed by legendary composer Giacomo Puccini in 1899. It debuted in January 1900 and almost immediately claimed its place among the most popular operas of its day. Over the past century, Tosca has been performed over and over again all around the globe, almost always to packed houses. Its tale of murder, political intrigue and love has resonated down through the years, thrilling audiences to this day. So buy some Tosca tickets today and bask in the glory of this classic opera.

The story takes place in Rome in 1800 as Napoleon’s forces are descending on Italy. In many ways, despite being set a century before it was first performed, the opera’s plot mirrored the political upheaval that was occurring in Italy at the time of production. That resonance was one of the reasons Tosca was an instant hit among the masses.

One of the most interesting aspects of Tosca is its use of exposition and dialogue. Unlike many operas, it is not completely driven by arias, instead opting to tell an intricate story that helps to draw audiences in on a deeper level. That novelty is just one of the many reasons Tosca has become such an important part of opera history and has been a crowd favorite for more than 100 years.