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opera house

noun as in large musical hall

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The stormy opening of Verdi’s Otello combines crashing cymbals with a low sustained organ cluster that rumbles through an enormous opera house for a very long time.

With cases rising in Austria since late August, no one knows how long the opera house will stay open.

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One beginning that amused him takes place at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York.

It has always featured the very best voices and employed the most sophisticated stagecraft of any opera house.

Larger than Mariupol, it boasts an opera house and theater but most stores downtown are closed and few people walk the streets.

And I thought I should come back one day to do a giant walk over the Sydney Cove from the Opera House to the top of the bridge.

This was not the Impossible—the Eiffel Tower, the Sydney Opera House—this was a walk above the LongHouse pond.

That you did not steal from her house by a secret passage, on the night of the destruction of the opera-house?

He was about five years older than Tchaikovsky, and had held the post of cellist at the Opera House since the age of fifteen.

Mr. Monterey, of the Centerport Opera House, was in a seat down in front that evening.

The opera had a great success, and remained in the repertory of the Kiev Opera House throughout the entire season.

Those who have received the benediction are instantly away to the Opera House or the wood of Boulogne.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to opera house, such as: concert hall, music hall, and opera.

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