New York City Opera, which filed for bankruptcy protection this month after years of management missteps, listed assets of $6.67 million and debt of $3.59 million in a court filing.

The holdings include $4.29 million in the defunct opera’s BlackRock Inc. accounts, $476,430 in its main operating account at Bank of America Corp. and a separate “pre-paid ticket” account with about $407,500, according to a formal listing of financial affairs filed yesterday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan.

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