Der Fliegende Holländer tickets are now available for the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. Richard Wagner beautifully composed and wrote the libretto for this fantastic opera, which was first performed in Hofoper, Dresden on January 2, 1843. In the opera the Flying Dutchman calls its captain, who seeks the maiden whose love will lift the curse that is upon him, to bring him peace. Get opera tickets now!
Der Fliegende Holländer is a wonderfully conceived story that brings redemption and a tragically beautiful resolution to the Legend of the Flying Dutchman. The legend concerns a Dutch captain who brings down a terrible curse on himself and his crew while attempting to round the southern tip of Africa, they are condemned to wander the high seas forever as a ghost ship.
Der Fliegende Holländer tickets have now arrived in New York and those who wish to experience this amazing opera should get their tickets today. This is a great opportunity to enjoy one of the incredible operas by this amazing composer, whose works also include Tristan und Isolde, Lohengrin, and Parsifal. Der Fliegende Holländer was the fourth opera that Richard Wagner wrote.