Opera Houses are considered to be the most valuable gem of the city in order to showcase architectural treasures and symbolize history, dram, music and arts. There is no lack of opera houses in the world that have something remarkable because of their stunning design and architecture. In Opera Houses, visitors can explore the structures built by the most renowned architects of history. Have a look on some of the most popular opera houses across the world famous for their remarkable and excellent acoustics
It is one of the most renowned opera houses in the globe. Built in 1875, the Palais Garnier was designed by the architect Charles Garnier. It is known for having a giant crystal chandelier which weighs approx. 7 tons hanging at the center.
L’Europa Riconosciuta made it the world-famous opera house because it was performed by Antonio Salieri in the year 1778. One of the most worthwhile features in this opera house is the concave channel under orchestra’s wooden floor.
Founded in 1869, it was popularly called as Staatosper and the first performance was Don Giovanni by Mozart. The architects August Sicard Von Sicardsburg and Eduard Van Der Null designed this opera house.
It was built at the center of rain forest in Manaus by the Brazilians in the 19th century. The USP of this opera house is that its dome was surrounded by 36000 designer ceramic tiles and painted in the same colors on which Brazil’s national flag is painted. La Gioconda was the Italian opera and first performance there in 1897.
It is known to be one of the best opera houses across the world. Inaugurated with Verdi’s Aida performance in 1908, Teatro Colon is splendidly designed by the talented architects. Some of the world-renowned artists performed here.
The King Charles from Bourbon inaugurated this opera house in 1737. It is beautifully designed with golden and red color and is known as the oldest opera house active today.
It is one of the largest opera houses in the. It features Lincoln Center Theater which has 3800 seats. Designed by the well-known architect Wallace K. Harrison, it was inaugurated in the year 1966.
Designed by Andrei Mikhailov, the Bolshoi Theater is one of the oldest Russian opera houses in the world and its construction was completed in 1824.
Opened in 1884 and designed by architect Mikós Ybl, the Hungarian State Opera House is designed with sculptures and paintings made by the most excellent artists of the country.