Paris Opéra claims a younger audiencemain
Stéphane Lissner, director of the Paris Opéra says his cheap ticket scheme for under-28s is working well.
Last season, he claims, ‘we welcomed 100,000 patrons under 28,’ as well as registering a 15 percent increase in under 18s.
Lissner is now offering 40 percent ticket discounts to people aged 29 to 39.
The average attendance age at the Bastille is now 46 years old for opera, 42 for ballet.
Anybody got reliable age stats for the Met and Covent Garden?