Student Discounts

Student Discounts

ISSUE offers a number of discount opportunities to students and educational institutions.


Student Rush Tickets

ISSUE offers student rush tickets for all regularly priced shows.* Student tickets are available in-person only at our box-office 30 minutes prior to showtime. A valid student ID must be presented.

Tickets can also be purchased during office hours by appointment only, Monday-Friday 12-5pm— call 718-330-0313.


Student Memberships

To purchase tickets online, ISSUE offers a Student Membership. Available with a fully tax-deductible donation of $25, Memberships can be purchased at our box office with a valid student ID.

Benefits include:
- Two complimentary tickets (for events priced $15 and below)
- Online discount code for advance ticket purchases


Institutional Discounts

ISSUE offers tiered discount pricing to educational institutions, with a purchase of 10 or more tickets. Group sale tickets are available for select performances, with discounts of 35% or more.

To purchase group tickets or to learn more about our institutional rates, please contact:

Eve Essex, Marketing and Outreach Director
(646) 651-4599
eve@issueprojectroom.org



*Discounted admission provided to general concerts. Does not include benefit events.

Clarinetist Carol Robinson and trumpeter Nate Wooley give American and World Premieres of new works by iconoclastic French composers Denis Dufour and Eliane Radigue. Radigue's "Occam" pieces are part of a substantial set of new works composed with a small group of the world’s finest contemporary musical voices.

Electronics manipulator Tim Goss, formerly of the Shadow Ring, appears with Call Back the Giants, an inter-generational duo with his daughter, Chloe Mutter. Vanessa Rossetto conjures evocative visual-soundscapes in a duo with guest TBA. Matt Krefting presents his refined, textural soundscapes in a solo performance.

An opera scene by Paul Pinto features renowned vocalist Joan La Barbara as the posthumous spirit of Thomas Paine. Gelsey Bell’s "Weight", written for Ne(x)tworks and ISSUE's theater, receives its world premiere. Miguel Frasconi’s "Sun Studies", interprets The Cantilever Rainbow, a poetic and visual text from 1965.