- Il Tabarro
- Gianni Schicchi
- Suor Angelica
By Giacomo Puccini
WHEN: Friday, May 18, 7:30 PM; Sunday, May 20, 3 PM
WHERE: Grand Ballroom of The Engineers Club, 11 West Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore
TICKETS: $65, $45, $35, $25
If you have any trouble purchasing tickets online, or have any questions about tickets, please feel free to leave a message at 443.445.0226, and a representative will return your call to assist you with your ticket purchase.
Buy in Advance And Enjoy Complimentary Hors D’Oeuvres!*
Puccini began BCO’s third season, and Puccini closes them out with three memorable works for the price of one, in his verismo tour de force, Il Trittico. Made up of three one-act operas—Il Tabarro, Suor Angelica, and Gianni Schicchi—their final production of the season will offer something for everyone.
- Gritty and violent, Il Tabarro is certain to capture your attention from the first note.
- Suor Angelica tells the tragic story of sin, sacrifice and redemption in a convent.
- Gianni Schicchi closes the triptych, lightening the mood with a comic tale drawn from Dante’s Divine Comedy. Heirs to Buoso Donati feign respect for their deceased loved one, while secretly scrambling to find out if they appear in his will.
Three operas, three stories, three great experiences for the price of one! Purchase your seats and dining reservations today!
*Those who buy their tickets in advance are welcome to complimentary hors d’oeuvres (Friday only) and a pre-concert lecture. If we are not sold out in advance, we will sell tickets at the door. As a guest of the Baltimore Concert Opera, you are also welcome to make dining reservations at the club via the BCO (view dining options). Dress code at The Engineers Club is business casual.
Parking options for the Engineers Club
- Valet parking will be available before each production for a charge of $15. Look for the signs and attendants immediately in front of the Engineers Club.
- See other available Parking Options.
- Entering the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion, you will be greeted by members of the Baltimore Concert Opera staff. You can bring a printed ticket, simply pull your ticket up on your smart phone, or pick up your Will Call tickets and proceed into the Courtyard after having your ticket scanned.
- In the glass-enclosed courtyard, guests may purchase drinks while enjoying the conservatory which has been called “one of the finest in the country." In addition, hors d’oeuvres will be available at the Friday evening performance.
- In the main dining room of the mansion, dinner and brunch options are available for advance purchase. In order to have an accurate count for the chef, all dining reservations must be made 48 hours prior to the performance you are attending (by 5 PM Wednesday for Friday dinner, and by Friday for Sunday brunch).