Seattle Opera to Stream New Productions

Music and arts lovers can now purchase ‘single tickets’ to Seattle Opera streams.

2021 pay-per-stream content includes:

The Elixir of Love, Feb 12-14

Don Giovanni, March 19-21

Flight, April 23-25

Tosca, June 25-27

SEATTLE—Seattle Opera is introducing “single tickets” to its 2021 streaming productions of Don Giovanni, Flight, and Tosca—plus a bonus reprise of The Elixir of Love. This is the company’s first foray into pay-per-view streaming content, which can be enjoyed by opera lovers worldwide. The $35 streams are now available to purchase; each opera will be viewable for three days. (Subscribers can access content earlier, and for a total of three weeks). One-hundred percent of proceeds from individual streaming operas this season will benefit artists, musicians, and crew via union funds, including the AGMA Artists Relief Fund.

Seattle Opera is one of the only American opera companies continuing to create and produce operas it had originally promised for its 2020/21 Season—albeit now in a new, digital format and with strict COVID-19 safety protocols at every step. Seattle-based artists join national and international singers—many of whom were originally scheduled to perform live at McCaw Hall.



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