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Tucson Seats-For-Students

Così fan tutte
Saturday, April 16, 2022 - 7:30pm (Tucson)

Special student tickets are reserved for the Saturday mainstage performances at Tucson Music Hall. These seats are reserved specifically for students to get swept away by great music and stories - while enhancing classroom learning.
Registration is required, and seats are limited.



Great for all ages

Grade Level: Each performance is individually rated–please check our website
Cost: FREE for Title 1 Schools
$5 per student including College
$10 per chaperone


Chaperone Requirement: One supervising teacher (complementary ticket provided) per 10 students. Additional adult tickets must be requested and approved by Arizona Opera.


Safety Protocols
Beginning March 1 with the production of A Little Night Music, attendees who are eligible for boosters must present proof of completion of their booster dose on their vaccination card in addition to primary vaccination prior to entry. If a vaccine or booster is not obtained, attendees may present proof of a negative COVID PCR test completed within 72 hours of attendance.

Per the CDC’s recommendation, audience members must continue to wear a mask or face covering over their nose and mouth when in the common indoor areas regardless of vaccination status, unless actively eating or drinking.

Photo ID and masks are required for all attendees. Masks must be worn at all times in performance venues.



Arizona Opera’s 50th Anniversary Main Stage Series concludes with an all new production of Mozart’s Così fan tutte led by director E. Loren Meeker.

Così tells the story of two sisters who are falsely led to believe that their fiancés have been called to war. In truth, their lovers were only out to test their fidelity, so they return home—in disguise—to seek the truth.

Among the delightful cast of characters in this Mozart classic are Despina, the nosy maid, and Don Alfonso, a philosopher who is actually behind the scenes pulling the strings and making it all happen.

This season finale production will also celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the company’s Marion Roose Pullin Opera Studio, with former artists joining current program members under the baton of Karen Kamensek, who conducted the Metropolitan Opera’s wildly successful production of Phillip Glass’ Akhnaten in the 2019/20 Season.