Venues

 

 Opera House

2236 Seats

 

The Opera House is mainly used as a large-scale mirror-framed stage for operas, large-scale plays, dances, and cross-discipline performances. There are also two similarly sized stages to the left and right of the main stage. The total area of ​​the orchestra pit that can be raised and lowered in front of the stage is about 80 square meters. It can be used by a full orchestra for large-scale operas such as Richard Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier.The stage machinery is designed by Waagner-Biro of Austria and controlled by large-scale computers. The audience seating is set in a horseshoe-shaped arrangement, where the first floor is divided into four sections separated by a low wall, and the horizontal lines along the second and third floor double-deck booths bring coherence and rhythm to the atmosphere.

 

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Tormentor opening
12- 20m(w) x12.6m(h)
 

Main stage
31.9m(w) x19.2m(d) x25.8m(h)

  • 74 booms above the stage
  • Rotating stage with a diameter of 14m
  • Main stage area consists of five 16m(w)x3m(d) automated platforms
  • Two vertical booms and light brackets on each side
   

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Left stage and right stage
16.8m(w) x19.2m(d) x10.7m(h)
 Rear stage
24m(w) x16.6m(d) x11m(h)