What are the Top 10 Biggest Opera Houses in the World?
The most famous opera houses in the world have been ranked by the number of seats. Many of these illustrious venues also boast a rich history and a tradition of excellence that has lasted for centuries. Here are the top 10 opera houses in total numbers of seats as well as their ranking by number of seats: 1. Teatro alla Scala, Milan, Italy, 289 seats
2. Royal Opera House, London, England, Covent Garden, 245 seats
3. Metropolitan Opera House [aka Met], New York City, United States of America ( Broadway Theater ), 231 seats
4. Staatsoper Unter den Linden Berlin/Gendarmenmarkt Berlin/Renminbi Taipei/Taiwan Central Theater Taipei/Taiwan National Concert Hall Taoyuan), 228 seats
5. Deutsche Oper Berlin (or just Deutsche Oper ), Berlin, Germany, 220 seats
6. Met Opera at the Metropolitan Opera House
( aka Met), New York City, United States of America, 220 seats
7. Teatro Carlo Felice, Genoa, Italy ( Teatro alla Fenice ), 224 seats
8. Staatsoper Unter den Linden , Berlin/Gendarmenmarkt , 228 seats ( Teatro alla Scala )
9. Royal Albert Hall [aka The Royal Albert Hall], London, England/Berlin , 225 seats ( Palais Garnier )
10. Salzburg Festival , Salzburg, Austria, 224 seats .
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1. Teatro alla Scala (Bayreuth) – 288 seats/Piazza della Scala – 211 seats/Teatro Verdi(Milan) – 220 seats
Keywords: Grand Opera House of the South. What is It and How Does it Work?
The Grand Opera House of the South, also known as the Grand Old Lady, is an opera house located in Jacksonville, Florida. It was built in 1911 by Henry John Klutho and has a seating capacity of 1423 people. We will be discussing how this theater works and what type of events it holds throughout the year.
The Grand Opera House of the South, also known as the Grand Old Lady, (illustration) was built in 1911 by Henry John Klutho and has a seating capacity of 1423 people. The theater was originally used for vaudeville shows but because of low ticket sales it was converted into a movie theater in the early 1940s. In 1970, it re-opened as a performing arts theater after $1.7 million dollars were put into renovating it.