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The Los Angeles Opera is an American opera company in Los Angeles, California. It is the fourth-largest opera company in the United States. The company’s home base is the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, part of the Los Angeles Music Center.
What amazing afternoon at the Opera. I don't understand Opera but it is pretty impressive to watch. The venue was stunning, parking was easy $9 in the garage below the building. I highly recommend to go early or stay after to walk around downtown I haven't been there for a while. It's about a half walk from the Disney concert hall which is impressive into itself. Plenty of places to dine. The show is very well organized They served snacks and drinks at intermission which are very expensive. I can't wait to go back.
Saw Aida which was an amazing opera, including live music, dance, and a wonderful story. Promptness is crucial to get to your seat. Staff were helpful. Masks are required and proof of vaccination or negative test, which they did check.
Large enough to be grand, small enough to feel intimate. Cool atmosphere and a great exterior entrance and even grander interior as you make your first steps inside.
A fantastic venue in an artsy complex. The show was amazing. I recommend the founders circle. The seats were plush, the bar and bathrooms were easy to get to.
I saw Lucia di Lammermoor. The performance was excellent. The setting was present day America in a depressed town. As the main singers sang, the English translations appeared on a screen above the stage so you felt immersed in the story, and you did not have to only rely on the cast. A small camera crew was also present to give close up shots of the main members on stage, but also what another character was doing. It was great to see so many young people at this opera.
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