Discover The Royal Opera House, Muscat

Royal Opera House Muscat. Photo Credit: Andy in Oman

Royal Opera House Muscat. Photo Credit: Andy in Oman

Be part of the first performances of the Royal Opera House Muscat, located in Muscat, Oman. The doors were opened by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos on October 14th.

The vision of the Opera House is to serve as a centre of excellence in global cultural engagement. We strive to enrich lives through diverse artistic, cultural, and educational programs.”  – Royal Opera House Muscat

October 18th was Placido Domingo Sings to Oman,  November 5th is the London Philharmonic Orchestra & Yo-Yo Ma, and November 30th will be Jazz at Lincoln Center orchestra with Wynton Marsalis.

Don’t miss the breathtaking ballet performances of Swan Lake by the Mariinsky Ballet, Giselle by Teatro Alla Scala Ballet Company, and Shim Chung- The Blind Man’s Daughter by the Universal Ballet of Korea.

Oscar winning Set Designer, Gianni Quaranta, adds a special touch to the beautiful Opera Carmen by George Bizet. This performance was commissioned for this inaugural season of the Royal Opera House Muscat.

Check out the great blog Andy in Oman for more details on the Opera House!

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2 thoughts on “Discover The Royal Opera House, Muscat

  1. Thanks so much for giving me the proper photo credit in the pic. I hope your business is successful in bringing tourists over to experience the glory of the new opera house and the incredible acts that have been invited to attend thus far. 🙂

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