We Know Opera
Tessitura’s unified CRM helps you understand and connect effectively with your patrons. Comprehensive functionality across all departments — ticketing, packages, marketing, fundraising, education, and more — empowers you to maximize your revenue and build deeper relationships.
Tessitura was originally developed by the Metropolitan Opera, and we continue to work primarily with non-profit arts and cultural organizations. Tessitura serves organizations of all sizes, from 10 users to 1,000 users, and from 20,000 tickets to over a million. Enjoy unlimited ticket sales, membership, and fundraising at all levels.
“Generally, you want to move to platforms which can do more for you, and Tessitura absolutely ticks that box. It's a Swiss army knife, allowing us to do more with less.”
Joe McFadden, Royal Opera House
“Tessitura is really important for Grange Park Opera because it is a one-stop shop for everything that we do. It makes our lives so much easier in a number of different ways."
Chris Campbell, Grange Park Opera
“Tessitura is a tool that only becomes more and more useful the more that you invest in it. The Tessitura Network is always there to support you, and they are wonderful at answering any questions you may have."
Anh Le, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
“The Plans capabilities and tracking functionality allow us to relate with our donors in a better, more informed way.”
Josh Harrold, Los Angeles Opera
Opera Companies Using Tessitura
Today, over 50 opera companies use Tessitura, including the Royal Opera House, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Opera Australia, New Zealand Opera, Canadian Opera Company, Malmo Opera & Musikteater (Sweden), and Welsh National Opera, in addition to 100% of America's Tier 1 opera companies. They are joined by hundreds of theaters, musical theater companies, performing arts centers, orchestras, and other organizations with similar business needs.
Photo by Hamilton Lund
New York, NY
New Zealand Opera
Auckland, New Zealand
Welsh National Opera
Hawaii Opera Theatre