Tulsa Opera 2024-25 Season Subscriptions

Tulsa Opera
2024-25
Season

Subscriptions Now On Sale:

June 3 - Aug 31, 2024


Single Tickets on Sale:

Sept 3, 2024


Subscriber Benefit:

You may purchase single tickets at the same time as you buy subscriptions. After paying for your subscription, call the Box Office at 918.582.3133 to choose and purchase your single ticket seats.


A Reception for Renée Fleming

Exclusive Season Add-On

For Subscribers Only!

Enjoy an exclusive reception with America's star soprano immediately following her concert. Space is extremely limited and availability is on a first-come, first-served basis.



INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORDERING:
  1. For each production, select a subscription tier and desired quantity of subscriptions. Then select Subscribe Now to continue.
  2. Repeat step 1 to add subscriptions at other levels if desired.
  3. For productions that have more than one performance date, you must select your desired date from the drop-down menu provided. Then select the ADD TO CART button. If no date is selected, you will receive tickets for the first date by default.
  4. For productions that have only one date, you must still select the ADD TO CART button.
  5. Please note that you MUST add all five performances to your cart to complete your subscription. If you prefer to purchase single tickets, they go on sale on September 3rd.
  6. The Renée Fleming reception is an optional add-on for an additional cost. Tickets are extremely limited and available only to subscribers. These tickets are unavailable until after you have pressed the Subscribe Now button. You may purchase one ticket per subscription.
  7. When you have added all your selections to the cart, please proceed to the payment area and fill out the form.

NEED HELP? Call our Box Office Manager, Jeremy Wright, at 918.582.3133

NOTE: Handling fees are included in subscription pricing


Your selected subscription packages will appear below:

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Grand Voices: The Tulsa Opera Chorus in Concert
"Grand Voices: The Tulsa Opera Chorus in Concert"
October 19, 2024 at 7:30 PM (Saturday)
VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education
Tulsa Community College

Click here for Seating Chart

Tulsa talent is on full display when the dedicated artists of the acclaimed Tulsa Opera Chorus and Orchestra return to the stage for the first time since 2023 to deliver a musical experience of unforgettable power and passion that only a dynamic blend of voices and instruments can bring.


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Tulsa talent is on full display when the dedicated artists of the acclaimed Tulsa Opera Chorus and Orchestra return to the stage for the first time since 2023 to deliver a musical experience of unforgettable power and passion that only a dynamic blend of voices and instruments can bring.


At Grand Voices, you'll enjoy 90 minutes of the most thrilling and gorgeous choruses from operatic and Broadway blockbusters, including works like Carmen, Roméo et Juliette, Cavalleria rusticana, Les Misérables, Sunday in the Park with George, and Candide. This grand season opener is accompanied by the Tulsa Opera Orchestra under the baton of Lyndon Meyer, Director of the Tulsa Opera Chorus.

Sung in original languages with English supertitles.


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The Tragedy of Carmen
The Tragedy of Carmen
Feb 21, 2025 at 7:30 PM (Friday)
Feb 23, 2025 at 2:30 PM (Sunday)
John H. Williams Theatre
Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Click here for Seating Chart

Adapted by Peter Brook
from Prosper Mérimée & Georges Bizet

A wildfire of passion ignites the moment disgraced nobleman-turned-soldier Don José meets the beautiful, free-spirited Roma woman, Carmen. But like a wildfire, that passion soon burns out of control, consuming José's life, honor, and relationships. Like a wildfire, Carmen's love for freedom and independence cannot easily be contained or controlled.


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Adapted by Peter Brook
from Prosper Mérimée & Georges Bizet

A wildfire of passion ignites the moment disgraced nobleman-turned-soldier Don José meets the beautiful, free-spirited Roma woman, Carmen. But like a wildfire, that passion soon burns out of control, consuming José's life, honor, and relationships. Like a wildfire, Carmen's love for freedom and independence cannot easily be contained or controlled.


Adapted from the original Prosper Mérimée novella and Georges Bizet's blockbuster grand opera Carmen, The Tragedy of Carmen is a compact, intimate, and scorching adaption of the popular story featuring the famous score's most beloved musical gems and dramatic moments while more closely following Mérimée's original story. Carolyn Watson helms the orchestra.


Sung in French with English supertitles.


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Dvořák: Stabat Mater
The Stabat Mater by Antonín Dvořák
April 26, 2025 at 7:30 PM (Saturday)
Holy Family Cathedral

General Admission - No Seat Map

Tulsa Opera Signature Chorale
with Tulsa Opera Orchestra

Profoundly emotional. Deeply devotional. Sublimely beautiful. Antonín Dvořák's Stabat Mater is a sensitive and humble setting of the Crucifixion story, seen through the eyes of Mother Mary. The text, attributed to the medieval Italian Franciscan monk Jacopone da Todi, explores themes of grief, love, faith, compassion, and ultimately, hope. Despite the solemn subject matter, the overall tone of the work is positive and life-affirming.


The Tulsa Opera Signature Chorale, the Tulsa Opera Orchestra, and four talented soloists, under the baton of Artistic Director Aaron Beck, join forces to offer an evening of transcendence from despair to hope, anguish to ecstasy, darkness to radiant light.

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Tulsa Opera Signature Chorale
with Tulsa Opera Orchestra

Profoundly emotional. Deeply devotional. Sublimely beautiful. Antonín Dvořák's Stabat Mater is a sensitive and humble setting of the Crucifixion story, seen through the eyes of Mother Mary. The text, attributed to the medieval Italian Franciscan monk Jacopone da Todi, explores themes of grief, love, faith, compassion, and ultimately, hope. Despite the solemn subject matter, the overall tone of the work is positive and life-affirming.


The Tulsa Opera Signature Chorale, the Tulsa Opera Orchestra, and four talented soloists, under the baton of Artistic Director Aaron Beck, join forces to offer an evening of transcendence from despair to hope, anguish to ecstasy, darkness to radiant light.

Sung in Latin with English text provided.


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Renée Fleming's Voice of Nature
"Renée Fleming's Voice of Nature: The Anthropocene"
May 10, 2025 at 7:30 PM (Saturday)
Chapman Music Hall
Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Click here for Orchestra Level Seating Chart
Click here for Mezzanine & Balcony Level Seating Chart

It's the most sought-after ticket of the season when International superstar soprano Renée Fleming, hailed by The Guardian as the barrier-breaking "go-to soprano for royals, world leaders, and Broadway musicals," brings her legendary voice to Tulsa. You've heard her voice of otherwordly beauty everywhere from the opera stage to The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King to singing the National Anthem at the 2014 Superbowl, and now is your opportunity to hear her live.


Fleming's acclaimed recital of Romantic and contemporary songs is accompanied by orchestra with a backdrop of a beautiful film from the National Geographic Society. The program explores our evolving relationship with nature and the world we live in via classical song.

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It's the most sought-after ticket of the season when International superstar soprano Renée Fleming, hailed by The Guardian as the barrier-breaking "go-to soprano for royals, world leaders, and Broadway musicals," brings her legendary voice to Tulsa. You've heard her voice of otherwordly beauty everywhere from the opera stage to The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King to singing the National Anthem at the 2014 Superbowl, and now is your opportunity to hear her live.


Fleming's acclaimed recital of Romantic and contemporary songs is accompanied by orchestra with a backdrop of a beautiful film from the National Geographic Society. The program explores our evolving relationship with nature and the world we live in via classical song.


Sung in original languages with English supertitles.

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The Hobbit
The Hobbit
June 7, 2025 at 6:30 PM (Saturday)
June 8, 2025 at 2:30 PM (Sunday)
Gussman Concert Hall
Lorton Performance Center
University of Tulsa

Click here for Seating Chart

In Dean Burry’s adaptation of JRR Tolkien’s fantasy epic, the Hobbit Bilbo Baggins’ peaceful life is disrupted by the wizard Gandalf and a band of rowdy Dwarves, who lead him on an epic adventure to recover their home and treasure.


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Adapted by Dean Burry
from the J.R.R. Tolkien novel

Tulsa Youth Opera goes "there and back again" in this delightful adaption of J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy epic. Bilbo Baggins lives a peaceful, comfortable life until the wizard Gandalf and a troupe of rowdy dwarves invade his home and enlist him to join their quest to reclaim their home and treasure.


Dean Burry's tuneful score, composed for child performers and audiences, is a rollicking adventure complete with an epic journey, a magical Ring, and of course, the fire-breathing dragon, Smaug! Artistic Director Aaron Beck leads the orchestra.


Sung in English with supertitles.

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Optional: Reception with Renée Fleming
A Reception with Renée Fleming
A Reception with Renée Fleming
May 10, 2025 immediately following concert (Saturday)
LaFortune Studio
Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Enjoy an exclusive reception with America's star soprano immediately following her concert.


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Enjoy an exclusive reception with America's star soprano immediately following her concert.

This very special add-on event is available at an additional cost only to season subscribers. Space is extremely limited and availability is on a first come, first-served basis.


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  1. Select 1 or more subscription levels with a quantity for each
  2. Select and add dates for all 5 productions
  3. Select optional post-performance reception, if desired


Contact Box Office with special requests - 918-582-3133