The company is planning a special performance of Verdi's Requiem.
The concert marks the first performance in the Metropolitan Opera House since the pandemic closure in March 2020.
Five-hundred free tickets are being set aside for the families of victims.
The remaining tickets for the public will cost $25.
Audience members must be vaccinated and masks are required.
The Met previously announced it would resume indoor performances on Sept. 27.
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