Here at North Carolina opera, patron safety is our priority.  In addition to postponing our 2020-2021 season, we have held socially distanced performances outside with masks required, as well as offered new, free-of-charge online programming to bring the gift of opera to our patrons at home. We are working with the Duke Energy Center to take precautions in order to bring our patrons back for our 2021-2022 season.  For more information on how Duke Energy Center is keeping our venues safe, please click HERE.

Nope! We encourage people to attend the opera in whatever attire they are comfortable in; whether in a ball gown or your blue jeans, we are happy to have you joining us.

Well-behaved children of all ages are encouraged to attend the opera, although we suggest parents research the performances they intend to attend with their child and determine for themselves if they feel the content is appropriate.  If you have any question about the content of our performances, feel free to contact the NCO Box Office at (919) 792-3853.

Yes! Unless a performance is sold out, we offer student rush tickets at the rate of $15.00.  These tickets can only be bought at the theatre up to two hours before curtain, and a valid student I.D. must be presented.  For more information on our season, please click HERE.

Yes! We offer a group discount when you buy 10 or more tickets.  Half of your total payment will be due at the time of reservation, and the other half will be due two weeks prior to opening night.  Group tickets must be purchase through the box office by calling (919) 792-3853.  For more information on our season, please click HERE.

Please click HERE to find our ticket donation and exchange procedure.

Yes! Click HERE for more information on how you can give the gift of singing annually.

To make a legacy gift, please call the North Carolina Opera directly at (919) 792-3853, and visit our legacy giving webpage HERE.

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