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    La Traviata - Sydney Opera House Review

    La Traviata - Sydney Opera House Review

    During our visit in Sydney we decided to see La Traviata at the historic and grand Sydney Opera House. Verdi’s La Traviata is widely regarded as the must see show at the Opera House, and we wouldn’t disagree. It’s probably the most famous opera worldwide, and attracts visitors from all over the world.

    From the spectacular props and set, to the stunning vocal performances of the performers, we had a wonderful experience from start to finish. For those who are not familiar with the show, there are three acts that take you through the whole story. The first act sets the scene in 19th century Paris, with some wonderfully designed stage sets.

    “We would happily watch this performance over and over again.”

    Act two delves into the story and background of the main character, Violetta. The story is delivered through acting and song, and there are some truly moving and memorable moments. The performances are delivered to the highest standard, it’s a sight to behold for the casual and seasoned opera fans alike.

    Act three brings the story to a dramatic conclusion. I won’t go into details here, if you haven’t seen the show I strongly recommend you do so without knowing how it concludes to fully appreciate the story.

    Sydney Opera House is well worth a visit, and doing so at one of the most well-known operas in the world is the perfect way to experience it. We would happily watch this performance over and over again. If you’re unsure about opera, I can confidently say this is the show to test the water with, and you may just end up becoming an opera enthusiast.

    Photos courtesy of La Traviata - Sydney Opera House

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