Porgy and Bess
‘Porgy and Bess’ is a key example of the greatness American Opera has achived in emerging from the shadow of its European roots.
A star studded all-black cast joins the SFSO, presenting a bold mix of modernist classics, ragtime, blues, jazz and spirituals, included, are the great Greshwin standards that reach notably eloquent, heartfelt, and genre-crossing heights.
Tickets from $40 to $200
Show runs for 1 hour and 45 minutes, with one intermission
Dates and Locations
Saturday January 19 2019 at 7:30PM
Tennessee Williams Theatre
Wednesday January 23 2019 at 7:30PM
Broward Center for the performing Arts
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I get my tickets?
You can get any ticket on our website. Please click here.
Are there any dress code requirements?
We do not require a specific dress code for our events, anything that makes you feel comfortable is fine. Most people in our audience attend our shows business casual.
Can I take photos during this event?
We try to make our shows enjoyable for the audience and the performers, so if you are planning on taking a picture, please no flash!
How much time in advance should I arrive?
We recommend our public to arrive 15 minutes early, chat with the rest of the audience and get a drink before the show starts. It’s a great way to ease into the magic!
If you need to collect your ticket, a 30-minute window is recommended.
Please don’t be late. If you are, we’ll try to seat you as soon as possible. Take into consideration that some acts have lockout periods.
Will I be able to park at the venue or nearby?
Adrienne Arsht Center- Miami: Valet Parking: $25. Contact: 305.949.6722.
Broward Center for the Performing Arts – Broward: Valet Parking: $25. Additional parking: Broward County Governmental Center Garage 51 Southwest 2nd Street.
Tennessee Williams Theatre – Key West: Free parking lot at the Florida Keys Community College. Contact: 305.296.1520.
How long will the concert last?
It varies, but most orchestra concerts are about 90 minutes to two hours long, with an intermission at the halfway point.