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New York City Ballet And Opera Schedule

Looking for the New York City ballet and opera schedule? Whether you're into Wagner, Verdi or Mozart, our guide to NYC's best classical performances and opera shows can help you navigate your way to a pitch-perfect evening of stellar operatic experiences among the many attractions NYC has to offer. And if ballet is where your heart truly lies, then we've got your ticket to one of the best ballet companies in the world. At Westgate New York Grand Central, there's a lot to check out when you check in, so make sure to browse the various showtimes and venue options for Manhattan's best operas and ballet performances below.

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New York City Opera

With a focus on American works performed in the language of its audience, the New York City Opera promotes accessible productions intended to engage the diverse New York public. Singers who began their careers in the New York City Opera include Plácido Domingo and Beverly Sills. Today, the New York City Opera finds its home at the Rose Theater at Jazz at Lincoln Center, drawing great inspiration from its vibrant surrounding community.

Address: 152 W. 57th Street, 25th Floor, New York, NY 10019
Cross Street: 57th Sttreet between 6th and 7th Avenues
Hours: Mon–Fri 10:00am - 6:00pm
Phone: (646) 981-1888
Cost: (ticket pricing varies per show/seating)

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The Metropolitan Opera

Year after year, the Metropolitan Opera hosts more than 200 operatic performances in New York with more than 800,000 people attending the performances in the opera house during the season, and millions more now experiencing the Met through new media distribution initiatives and state-of-the-art technology. As the definitive home for the most creative and talented singers, composers, musicians, directors and dancers from around the world, The Met is Opera at its finest.

Address: 30 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023
Cross Street: Amsterdam Avenue between 62nd and 65th Streets
Hours: (vary)
Phone: (212) 362-6000
Cost: (ticket pricing varies per show/seating)

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New York City Ballet

Created with the goal of producing new ballet repertories that would reimagine the principles of classical dance, the New York City Ballet serves to preserve the art form of ballet, dance aesthetic and standards of excellence, while developing new bodies of work that draw on the creative talents of contemporary choreographers and composers, and remains relevant to our modern society. Sweat and beauty come together here in evocative performances weekly.

Address: 20 Lincoln Center, New York, NY 10023
Cross Street: Colombus Avenue between 62nd and 65th Streets
Hours: Mon–Fri 10:00am - 7:30pm
Phone: (212) 496-0600
Cost: (ticket pricing varies per show/seating)

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Opera in Bryant Park

Though technically resourced and performed by the New York City Opera, these highly entertaining, preview-style operatic performances are free, hour-long previews of popular, full-length opera productions that are sure to please both NYC natives and tourists alike. Bryant Park's overall performance schedule varies according to several factors, but these miniature operas are usually showcased on the Upper Terrace area in front of the New York Public Library.

Address: Bryant Park, New York, NY 10018
Cross Street: Between 5th and 6th Avenues, 40th and 42nd Streets
Hours: Mon–Fri 7:00am - 10:00pm
Phone: (212) 768-4242
Cost: FREE

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