Today we give you the second part of our Top World’s Best Concert Halls, are you ready to know it?
Regular tours enable visitors to explore the interior of Oslo Opera House, while the building’s roofs form pathways that enable anyone to walk all over it.
In Budapest, the Hungarian State Opera is lavishly finished in bronze and marble and can be experienced in a highly unusual way. The city’s Four Season’s hotel can host an exclusive private dinner for guests on the stage, which culminates with a live orchestral performance.
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A striking alternative to the classic venues of Europe, Taiwan’s National Theatre and Concert Hall Taipei dates from 1987 and is one of Asia’s preeminent performance venues.
In Albany, New York, The Egg was built between 1966 and 1978 and its unusual shape has seen it gain international renown despite its relatively small stature.
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It houses a 450-seat theatre and a 982-seat performance venue. Designed by Zaha Hadid, Baku’s Heydar Aliyev Center immediately became Azerbaijan’s most significant performance venue following its 2012 opening.
Elaborate and extravagant, Teatro La Fenice has succumbed to fires on a number of occasions but always reemerges. The Venice institution has debuted numerous works by the likes of Rossini, Donizetti and Verd.