Individual tickets for our 2018-2019 season are now on sale (see below). BUT, you can save a full 10% off the cost of your tickets by buying a

Season Pass!


The regular price of adult tickets for each of this season’s shows would be $150.00, but if you purchase a Season Pass by December 2nd, you can receive a set of four tickets—that is one for each of our four productions this season—for the unbelievable price of $135.oo!...

This also makes a great gift for someone who already has plenty of ‘stuff’, or for a friend or a child or a grandchild* with whom you would like to share the experience of this incredible art form...

 ...or even just for yourself!...


                        Click to buy a...

* NOTE: This price reduction is only available on Adult tickets as Student tickets are already substantially reduced.

Season Pass™

Purchase Individual Tickets...

Click on the ticket to purchase tickets for a particular production. Dates may be chosen at the time of purchase.

Purchase tickets for the Saint-Saëns Concert, December 1st or 2nd, 2018.

Purchase tickets for “Rigoletto”

February 23rd or 24th.

If either performance is cancelled due to inclement weather, tickets will be honored on the Snow Date of March 3rd.

Purchase tickets for Bizet’s  “Carmen” April 13th or 14th

Purchase tickets for Puccini’s “Madama Butterfly” June 1st or 2nd.


For more information, you may call our Box Office at



If there’s no answer (we have reduced hours during September and October), please leave your name and number, and someone will call you back. Thanks!


 REMEMBER THE CHALLENGE... Performing Arts Organizations are falling prey to the economy, the mores of changing demographics, an administration that is indifferent to the arts, and a general apathy toward live performance. In short, Opera and Classical Music are dying! But, You Can Help Fight Back... While we at Hudson Opera Theatre are always grateful to receive monetary donations, there is another way you can help us stay afloat in these tough financial times. This season, if you’re planning a trip to the opera by yourself, just bring a friend. If you’re coming with a significant other, bring another couple. If you’re bringing your grandchild, get your friend to bring her grandchild, too. If everyone who comes to the opera brings someone who wouldn’t have come otherwise, we would be able to defy the odds and actually run “in the black”! What does this mean for you? Lower ticket prices; more and better shows; sharing the experience with a friend; introducing this magnificent art form to a new audience; knowing that, in some small way, you have made a major contribution to keeping the arts alive for one more generation!... Thank you.

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