|Metropolitan Opera: La Traviata||New York, NY||Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center||Jan 17, 2015|
|Metropolitan Opera: La Traviata||New York, NY||Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center||Jan 21, 2015|
|Metropolitan Opera: La Traviata||New York, NY||Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center||Jan 24, 2015|
Are you ready to see one of the most famous operas in the world? Giuseppe Verdi's La Traviata is playing in several locations. Francesco Maria Piave created the libretto, and the plot comes from the 1848 book Lady of the Camelias by Alexandre Dumas. Whether you're a savvy opera buff or have never been to an opera before, you will enjoy this masterpiece. Get your La Traviata tickets at TicketNetwork today!
La Traviata is an opera composed by Giuseppe Verdi. The story focuses on Violetta Valéry, a courtesan in Paris. She often throws parties and has many admirers, including Baron Douphol. But deep down, she knows that none of them really care about her. The young man Alfredo Germont adores Violetta, but she is torn between romance and keeping her freedom. In time they begin living together, but money is short and Alfredo's father does not approve. In a misunderstanding, Alfredo suspects that Violetta still loves the Baron. Meanwhile, Violetta has tuberculosis and may not have long to live.