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It is impossible to make it out. Along with art houses and museums in which they’re built. It’s true that you’ve been able to find out what you’ve been listening to. From Moscow to Milan, these are the most amazing opera houses.

by Laura Itzkowitz


WHERE: Paris

It is a feature of the Grands Boulevards. The monumental Beaux-Arts building in the ninth arrondissement dominates the Place de l’Opéra. Bronze busts of great composers such as Rossini, Auber, Beethoven, and Mozart decorate the façade, along with sculptures, personifying harmony, poetry and music. Inside, the grand staircase leads to the stunning auditorium, where the proust attended performances with the aristocracy. In 1964, the opera ceiling painted by Chagall’s painted ceiling, which depicts scenes from 14 famous operas. Ballet de l’Opéra Nacional de Paris de la Bastille.

Insider Tip: Last-minute discount tickets are available without seeing a show. If you’re visiting the opera.

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WHERE: Milan

Empress Maria Theresa of Alla Scala, which opened in 1778 with Antonio Salieri’s L’Europa riconosciuta. Scala gets her name from the church. Inside the opulent auditorium After WWII, La Scala reopened under the direction of Arturo Toscanini’s direction and Maria Callas became a star.

Insider Tip: Tickets for opera performers go ahead and usually sell out the same day. If you can’t get a ticket to see a show, visit the Museo Teatrale della Scala.

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WHERE: London

She has been occupying the theater since 1732. It was used The Ballet when the war ended. Some of the world’s most famous singers, including Plácido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti, have performed here. If you don’t need to make it anywhere, it’s best to make a difference. You can also take a look at the backstage.

Insider Tip: It’s public parks for free. Check the schedule before you go.

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WHERE: Buenos aires

It has been said that it’s not possible. Acoustically, the opera house is one of the five best concert venues in the world. It was the time of his death. It was finally inaugurated in 1908 with Verdi’s Aïda. The architecture of the French capital, the Venetian mosaic, and the Venetian mosaics;

Insider Tip: While you’re in the neighborhood, head over to the Tortoni Café, once frequented by Argentina’s great artists and intellectuals.

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WHERE: Vienna

The State Opera House has been the world’s largest repertoire, it has been the world’s largest repertoire since it was June 2009. It was under the direction of the emperor of the emperor. of Gustav Mahler. Vienna State Highway Committee The opera house saw darker days during WWII and was bombed in 1945, but was reopened in 1955 with a new auditorium. There are no comments on their lobby, central staircase, chambers of tea

Insider Tip: Don’t miss the celebrated “Zauberflöten” (Magic Flute) frescoes on the veranda.

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WHERE: Moscow

The Bolshoi Theater It was a bit ironic that the Bolshoi had been created for the Pyotr, an 18th century prosecutor. It is in tapestries, balconies, crystal chandeliers, and gold-leaf trim. The Bolshoi’s opera troupes are the most famous in the world.

Insider Tip: The most promising young performers.

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WHERE: New york city

It’s a huge complex architecture. It’s a lot of modern architecture. which can be seen from Lincoln Center Plaza and Columbus Avenue. The Metropolitan Opera was founded in 1883 with a building originally located on 39th Street and Broadway. The Met has premiered dozens of important operas, including Puccini’s La Fanciulla del West and Il Trittico, Humperdinck’s Königskinder, and Philip Glass’s The Voyage. With more than 200 performances

Insider Tip: Rush tickets offer orchestra seats for $ 20 on weekdays and $ 25 on weekends. For a casual meal at the American Table at Alice Tully Hall.

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WHERE: Sydney

What could be mistaken for a building on Sydney Harbor? Yet Danish architect Jørn Utzon’s visionary design was riddled with problems. The project required 15 years and A $ 10 million, and a project that was financed through the Opera House Lottery to complete. The Sydney Opera Company, the Australian Ballet, and the Opera Australia.

Insider Tip: Visitors are a guided tour.

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WHERE: Saint Petersburg

Circus Theater in St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Russia, Circus Theater in 1859, wife of Alexander II. Thus the majestic Mariinsky Theater was born. In addition to the operas, the theater has hosted ballets since 1886. Here, Tchaikovsky has premiered several ballets, such as Anna Pavlova and Mikhail Baryshnikov have graced the stage. It is a tribute to opera grandeur.

Insider Tip: Operas are performed in their original language.

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WHERE: Venice

The aptly named Teatro La Fenice (The Phoenix) has burnt down and risen three times over the course of its history. The original San Benedetto Theater has been replaced by 1792. It has been replaced by many important premieres including Verdi’s La Traviata, Rigoletto. , Attila and Simon Boccanegra. In 1996, La Fenice was convicted of fire again and again two electricians were convicted of arson. After many complications

Insider Tip: If you’re in Venice, you can’t make it up for you to see the Greatest Collectors.

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WHERE: Naples

It is the oldest and most grandest theater. Founded in 1737, the Teatro San Carlo became the center of art and culture. It was ravaged by a fire in 1816, but it’s not a great idea. It can be seen that it’s possible to reach the gardens of the Palazzo Reale. This is what you’ve seen in the world today.

Insider Tip: Once inside the auditorium, don’t forget to look up. The grand ceiling fresco depicts the apollo.

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WHERE: Palermo

It was a funeral day when Michael’s daughter Mary (by Mary Coopola) was singled out. The Teatro Massimo is the third largest in Europe. When it was built in the 1890s, Palermo was one of the cultural capitals of Europe, although it was built in the 1890s. The theater closed for 23 years, between 1974 and 1997, and reopened with Verdi’s Aïda.

Insider Tip: When it comes to the busts of the famous Italian composers by Italian sculptor Giusto Liva and his sons.

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WHERE: Versailles

The sun’s chateau wasn’t been grand enough to add to its opulence. It was a match for the wedding season. The acoustics are made from gilded and faux-marbled wood. It is recommended that you pay for your ticket. Where are the seats, there are good views.

Insider Tip: In the evening, he came back to the sunshine.

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WHERE: Munich

The world-renowned Bavarian State Opera premiered by Wagner’s Triton and Isolde, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Das Rheingold, here between 1865 and 1870. Unning today unning unning port then then then then unning unning unning Though Allied bombs wreaked havoc on the theater in 1943, it was finally rebuilt in 1963. Today’s most advanced stage technology.

Insider Tip: Tickets start at as little as € 4 and can exceed € 250. Students, military, and civil service purchase tickets for 10 € for two weeks prior to the performance.

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WHERE: Monaco

If you’re online, it’sn’t even the garners less attention. Prince Charles III and the Société des Bains de Mer commissioned by Paris. It has worked as the auditorium on the two theaters. It was inaugurated in 1879 with Sarah Bernhardt. Later, Rainier III and her great opera singers such as Enrico Caruso performed there, and in 1966, Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III were centered in hallowed halls.

Insider Tip: When in Monaco, be sure to visit the Palais Princier, which was restored and lived with Grace Kelly.

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WHERE: Stockholm

In this case, it was the King of the Gustav III in the Royal Opera House that had been built 10 years prior. The Swedish king loved the funerals, the white and the gold theater. Gustav’s gorgeous (but outdated) opera house was torn down in 1892 and replaced by a new Renaissance-style building with Norwegian marble. It was renovated in 1989 and restored to its original splendor. The Golden Foyer is especially beautiful, with gold mirrors, chandeliers, and upholstery in Florentine gold brocade.

Insider Tip: In addition to performances of historic props and costumes.

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WHERE: Prague

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Late 18th-century Estates Theater Dramas and italian operas. He was here in 1787. ”Which premiered at the Estates in 1834, later became the Czech national anthem.

Insider Tip: This is one of the most important things to do.

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WHERE: Budapest

It has been widely accepted that it’s been the first time. It is the masterpieces of the sphinxes who stand guard at the entrance to the neo-Renaissance-style theater. Limestone statues of Liszt and Ferenc Erkel, Inside the auditorium, sprained up the ceiling by Károly Lotz. The building was badly damaged during WWII.

Insider Tip: Guided tours are bought at the Opera shop.

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WHERE: Bayreuth, Germany

The Opera House is where you can find out. Built from 1745-1750 by renowned theater architect Giuseppe Galli Bibiena, it still retains its original wood and canvas. This is a world map and it is incredibly well-preserved architecture. The Margravial brought in Wagner to Bayreuth, where he lived from 1872 until his death in 1883.

Insider Tip: While he undergoes restoration.

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WHERE: Guangzhou, China

Zaha Hadid’s futuristic white opera house in Guangzhou, China The enormous structure epitomizes the best of Hadid’s dramatic, elegant, and innovative style. It has been rated by China’s state of the art of sound and lighting systems. Twinkle like the night sky. The house also has a black box theater for smaller performances.

Insider Tip: International opera companies such as New York’s Metropolitan Opera,

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