A dashing portrayal of Oscar Wilde's French play that takes classical operatic tragedy to new heights, this opera has
been capturing audiences' attention for years since its first performance at the Hofoper in Dresden in 1905. With interpretations
in German, French, English and others, these Salome (Opera) tickets are for you, so don't
Classical music and opera tickets have always brought the eyes of the
beholder to tears and laughter - as works by Puccini, Wagner, Verdi and now Strauss have allowed patrons of the art to enjoy
classic works on stages around the world. With Salome and her "Dance of the Seven Veils," an interpretive showing that has
Salome requesting the slain head of John the Baptist, this particular play is something unique.
A one act opera developed by Richard Strauss from the Oscar Wilde piece of the same name, through the German translation
done by Hedwig Lachmann, Salome is supposedly the daughter of Herodias from the New Testament that was depicted as giving
an erotic dance ("Dance of the Seven Veils") that was connected to John the Baptist's death.