DALLAS — The Dallas Opera is pleased to open single ticket sales for the five outstanding productions of the 2017-2018 “Motives Unmasked!”
Single tickets for “Samson & Dalila,” “La Traviata,” “The Ring of Polykrates” “Sunken Garden” and “Don Giovani” start at just $19 are available to the general public online here or, by contacting The Dallas Opera Ticket Office at 214-443-1000.
Season subscriptions are already available, beginning at $95 for all five mainstage productions.
The upcoming season of The Dallas Opera mixes classics — and an orchestral favorite — with productions on the cutting edge.
Considered by many to be the ultimate art form, each opera will feature acclaimed international artists; world-class conductors, directors and designers; the artistry of The Dallas Opera Orchestra and The Dallas Opera Chorus; superb sets and costumes; imaginative technological enhancements—and more—made possible, in part, by the generosity of our season sponsor, The Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family.
“Our 61st International Season, ‘Motives Unmasked!’ will include three beloved classics, a U.S. premiere, an exquisite concerto and a delightful opera rarity so rare, that we believe it has only had two professional productions in this country since it originally premiered in Munich 100 years ago” explains Keith Cerny, The Kern Wildenthal General Director and CEO. “Great opera will always speak to us, profoundly, as it entertains us.
“This season, we hope to give Dallas Opera audiences an opportunity to better understand their world through the powerful mediums of music and drama. These five programs, filled with incredible music, remarkable storytelling, visual marvels and unforgettable performances, will undoubtedly make good on that promise.”
Every mainstage production will be presented in the magnificent Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House at the AT&T Performing Arts Center, located at 2403 Flora Street in the heart of the Dallas Arts District.
Each of these amazing operas will be performed in its original language with English-language supertitles projected above the stage for maximum enjoyment.