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  1. Thanks so much for your help, everyone. I just called the box office and they told me that the front row will be Row B for these performances. Really looking forward to it!
  2. I have a question for those familiar with this venue. I found a seating chart (link to PDF) on their website, but there are 2 different seating charts shown for the orchestra seats - one with an orchestra pit (where the front row is Row B), and one without (where the front row is Row BB). I would guess that the first seating chart applies for the Royal Ballet's performances, since the listing on their website says it will have a live orchestra. But when I go to book seats, the seating map shown starts at Row BB. There aren't any seats available until further back from that, but I wasn't su
  3. Does anyone have any information on reduced tickets for students? I am going to try to go to see the Paris Opera Ballet (for the first time) in the fall and I was considering buying one ticket ahead of time and trying to get a day-of ticket for another day of the trip, if it's possible. Also, does anyone know when they usually announce casting for specific days? For the ballet I want to see (Les Enfants du Paradis), they've announced three dancers for each role, which is fine, but will they only announce casting for specific days closer to the performances? I'll be happy to see any cast bu
  4. You can also (legally) download this version of Swan Lake from the online music service Ruckus, which is where I got it myself.
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