Santa Fe Opera Tickets
For those who love music, drama and romance, there is no better option than heading to the Santa Fe Opera this summer. The company is about to begin its 59th season at the end of July, bringing the audience a spell of classics by Mozart, Verdi, Wild and Donizetti. Not to forget the widely anticipated premiere of “Cold Mountain”, a newly commissioned work composed by Jennifer Higdon. As excitement levels brim to the limit, there's one news that beats all- bigger and better bathrooms. One of the biggest complaints of people who visited Santa Fe every now and then had been inadequate bathroom facilities. Enlargements at the bathroom and front-of-house areas bring sighs of relief. You just can't afford to not get your Santa Fe Opera tickets this season because you don't want to miss a bigger, better and more entertaining venue!
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How to Build an Opera?
Charles MacKay, general director at the Santa Fe Opera best knows how. The company is currently halfway through a multi-year expansion scheme that will create a bigger and more work-friendly space. The 34,000 square feet offstage space will be expanded to 66,000 square feet with a colossal investment worth $35 million. As for the audience, they'll love the toilets and the fact that there isn't any unwanted shoulder bumping at the box office, gift shop and the concession areas. For those who have a thing for backstage tours might have a surprise hanging out in the spacious dressing rooms and stage wings. The backstage tours are conducted every morning in the weekdays, in case you don't know. With news and views running high, getting your Santa Fe tickets is a must!
The Daughter of the Regiment
“Love is a Battlefield”- proclaims Santa Fe as it introduces the contemporary romance opera composed by Gaetano Donizetti. A love story unfolding in war times, “The Daughter of the Regiment” features Marie in a battle between family, friendship and love. Featuring tenor Alek Shrader with his nine successive C's and soprano Anna Christy, the delightful score will be winning hearts throughout the season. As the shows begin August 3, 2015, this classical opera is sure to tug at your heartstrings.
Santa Fe makes a chronological drift to Giuseppe Verdi, the figurative successor to Donizetti's “The Daughter of the Regiment”. Verdi's “Rigoletto” dictates the saga of political and sexual corruption in a way so disturbing, it was banned for 50 years after the first performance. Baritone Quinn Kelsey plays the hapless headliner while soprano Georgia Jarman sings as his daughter. The Duke of Mantua steals the show as the budding Bruce Sledge replaces Bryan Hymel for the first few performances. The adorable Paolo Erisso of Santa Fe's 2012 hit “Maometto II”, Sledge is going to be the star of the show as it begins August 4.
The company takes another leap at the 'banned' with Oscar Wilde's “Salome”. A tale of extreme decadence, the eponymous opera features Salome dripping with lust as she shakes the audience with downright sensuality. A play that took the French and the British by surprise, was warmly received by the Germans. Based on a German translation last staged by Max Reinhardt, “Salome” will become the shortest opera at the Santa Fe this season. The audience is going to have the best 100 minutes of their lives as the curtain gets raised on July 31.
La Finta Giardiniera
One of Mozart's earliest works of humor, “La Finta Giardiniera” is a shift from the earlier opera evenings at Santa Fe. Lacking the gripping story lines of its predecessors, “La Finta Giardiniera” compensates with a score that is absolutely delightful and downright pleasant. The four-star cast has been entertaining crowd at Santa Fe for quite some time now and the people are surely going to attend the shows starting July 29.
Based on a novel by Charles Frazier, “Cold Mountain” will be the newest of Santa Fe's opera productions. Jennifer Higdon brings Frazier's romance thriller to life as “Cold Mountain” premiers on stage on August 1. Catch the talented baritone Nathan Gunn as Inman and lady love Ada Monroe, played by Isabel Leonard. Don't forget to head to the Santa Fe Opera as some of the most historic operas prepare to caste their magic on the audience.
Santa Fe Opera Ticket Prices
The average price for Santa Fe Opera Tickets start from $172. The minimum get in price is $41 for Santa Fe Opera Tickets at the Santa Fe Opera Theatre, Santa Fe. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Santa Fe Opera: Tristan Und Isolde||Santa Fe||18-Jul-20||$362||$145|
|Santa Fe Opera: Tristan Und Isolde||Santa Fe||22-Jul-20||$368||$198|
|Santa Fe Opera: Rusalka||Santa Fe||25-Jul-20||$313||$145|
|Santa Fe Opera: Rusalka||Santa Fe||29-Jul-20||$284||$145|
|Santa Fe Opera: Tristan Und Isolde||Santa Fe||31-Jul-20||$389||$145|
|Santa Fe Opera: Tristan Und Isolde||Santa Fe||6-Aug-20||$172||$85|
|Santa Fe Opera: Rusalka||Santa Fe||7-Aug-20||$230||$105|
|Santa Fe Opera: Rusalka||Santa Fe||11-Aug-20||$237||$93|
|Santa Fe Opera: Tristan Und Isolde||Santa Fe||12-Aug-20||$291||$86|
|Santa Fe Opera: Apprentice Showcase Scenes||Santa Fe||16-Aug-20||$218||$41|
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