Utah Opera Tickets

The Utah Opera is a theatre company based in Salt Lake City. They are a subset of the Utah Symphony, but have been around since 1978. Since then, they have trained and entertained an audience of over 150,000 all over Utah. They have always set very high standards for their work which is why they have reached this status today. Their performances are vibrant and fresh, even when they take on classics. They will be holding a string of performances this summer as well, so keep Utah Opera tickets ready.

Utah Opera Tickets

The main focus of the Utah Opera has always been to preserve the vitality and the core essence of the opera art form. Regardless their projects have brought together even the audience that prefer an abstract take on opera, both in singing and dance. This is perhaps because while they appreciate the simplicity and the original operas, they have managed to be innovative as well. Their 1996 take on "Dreamkeepers" is a prime example in which they produced and staged a modern opera which received acclaim all over the world. This production was choreographed in a way that every body movement and all the transitions would cater to the hearing impaired audience as well. It was the first time that such a production was seen in Utah, and thus the company’s innovation and creativity was lauded.

With this program, they achieved their second target, which was their ability to be accessible to all kinds of audiences. They wanted to enhance the culture of Utah at large. While in other places, opera tends to be reserved for the high society and the people that move within it, the Utah Opera wants to entertain everyone, no matter what their age, status or location. And so, every year, the company performs in theatres and schools all over the state. Around 80,000 students are introduced to the art form through their program. This makes up about 10% of the students in opera population all over the United States. Studies conducted by the "OPERA America" showed that these kids will not only have a deeper understanding of the theatre form, but they will also be the future audience, if not performers themselves.

The studies also found that the reason for the decline of opera was the language barrier. In the days when it was most popular, Italian was one of the more popular languages that most people of affluence learnt to speak in Europe. Even today, the predominant language of opera is Italian, but as learning the language becomes less common among the masses, the appreciation for it falters. Opera Utah has used the supertitles technique with which many famous programs are translated and performed in English such that they do not lose their meaning or their musicality. This has attracted more young audiences, proving their theory that people tend to enjoy it more when they can relate to the lyrics. Having implemented this technique in 1985, they became the youngest team ever to do so.
Ever since its inception, the Utah Opera has been fortunate to have a series of very talented leaders who have enabled it to reach the status it has today. The first production was that of "Puccini’s La Boheme". The first director of the company was Glade Peterson who brought to the table his vast dramatic skills and vocal ability. He brought to stage one successful production after another for 12 years. Every year would feature five different seasons. While these operas would go on, different symposiums, concerts, educational lectures and interactive experiences were also made part of the company.

In 1991, a different route to artistic approach came to the company with Anne Ewers. She wanted to bring a fresh energy to the opera stage and so appointed younger singers, actors, composers and designers. It was during her time that the company joined hands with the Utah Symphony and became fiscally stable as well.

Other than being a performance based company, the Utah Opera also likes to provide opportunity to people to be on the other side. They like to share their experiences with people by allowing them to witness behind the scenes events and conducting outreach programs. With their own studios to hold tutorial classes, they are taking more of the youth in their training. For those who prefer to be on the audience end, Utah Opera tickets for the upcoming season is now available.

Utah Opera Schedule

Some of the best theatre productions have released their schedules. Utah Opera will run at the venues from 10-Oct-20 until 21-Mar-21. Upcoming show will be staged at Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre, Salt Lake City; whereas the last one will be held at the Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre, Salt Lake City. For the complete list of dates and venues, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Utah Opera: The Flying Dutchman Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre Salt Lake City, UT Sat Oct 10 202007:30 PM
Utah Opera: The Flying Dutchman Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre Salt Lake City, UT Mon Oct 12 202007:00 PM
Utah Opera: The Flying Dutchman Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre Salt Lake City, UT Wed Oct 14 202007:00 PM
Utah Opera: The Flying Dutchman Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre Salt Lake City, UT Fri Oct 16 202007:30 PM
Utah Opera: The Flying Dutchman Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre Salt Lake City, UT Sun Oct 18 202002:00 PM
Utah Opera: Jonathan Dove & April De Angelis' Flight Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre Salt Lake City, UT Sat Jan 16 202107:30 PM
Utah Opera: Jonathan Dove & April De Angelis' Flight Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre Salt Lake City, UT Mon Jan 18 202107:00 PM
Utah Opera: Jonathan Dove & April De Angelis' Flight Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre Salt Lake City, UT Wed Jan 20 202107:00 PM
Utah Opera: Jonathan Dove & April De Angelis' Flight Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre Salt Lake City, UT Fri Jan 22 202107:30 PM
Utah Opera: Jonathan Dove & April De Angelis' Flight Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre Salt Lake City, UT Sun Jan 24 202102:00 PM

Utah Opera Ticket Prices

The average price for Utah Opera Tickets start from $164. The minimum get in price is $131 for Utah Opera Tickets at the Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre, Salt Lake City. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Utah Opera: The Flying Dutchman Salt Lake City 10-Oct-20 $178 $131
Utah Opera: The Flying Dutchman Salt Lake City 12-Oct-20 $178 $131
Utah Opera: The Flying Dutchman Salt Lake City 14-Oct-20 $178 $131
Utah Opera: The Flying Dutchman Salt Lake City 16-Oct-20 $178 $131
Utah Opera: The Flying Dutchman Salt Lake City 18-Oct-20 $178 $131
Utah Opera: Jonathan Dove & April De Angelis' Flight Salt Lake City 16-Jan-21 $185 $146
Utah Opera: Jonathan Dove & April De Angelis' Flight Salt Lake City 18-Jan-21 $185 $146
Utah Opera: Jonathan Dove & April De Angelis' Flight Salt Lake City 20-Jan-21 $185 $146
Utah Opera: Jonathan Dove & April De Angelis' Flight Salt Lake City 22-Jan-21 $178 $146
Utah Opera: Jonathan Dove & April De Angelis' Flight Salt Lake City 24-Jan-21 $164 $131

* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.



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