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The Apollo Victoria Theater, West End Theater located in Westminster, and was originally built in 1929 as a cinema and variety theater. Provincial Cinematograph Theater built by architect William Edward Trent Lewis and Ernest Wainsley, Apollo Victoria performing construction mainly of concrete, two identical facades, and, along the outside of the auditorium, horizontal banding. The entrance to the theater using the chrome embellishments and original Art Deco style, nautical themed interior features recessed lighting, decorative shell the clams and some columns. The theater able to hold 2.208 audience.


When the theater first opened on 15 October 1930, super-cinema called the Victoria Cinema and play movies on Old George arils United Kingdom, based on a stage play by John Galsworthy. Beside films shows, the theater also offers a variety of shows to the public. Soon after the opening of the theater, management reduced the amount of variety show and began specialized in film performances and occasional performance by big bands. In June 1939, the cinema became one of only three locations in London are used to serve The Epsom Derby in life, experimental transmissions.
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The Hungarian State Opera House, built between 1875 and 1884, and considered as one of the world’s finest examples of Neorenaissance architecture. Laden with rich, ornate statues, carvings, and art, the Hungarian State Opera House is one of the most beautiful on our list.


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Avery Fisher Hall is located in New York city and was originally called as the Philharmonic Hall, but after board member, Avery Fisher, donated $10.5 million dollars to the orchestra in 1973, the concert hall quickly took his name.


When the hall was built in 1962, it opened with mixed reviews. The hall was originally designed after Boston’s Symphony Hall, however, when the seating design changed at the request of the critics, the acoustics changed as well. The hall usually used for many entertainment and cultural shows. Some opera and theatrical shows also do their performance in this place.

Later, Avery Fisher Hall went through another redesign, which resulted in what we hear and see today.

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Its the second youngest opera house we ever discuss after esplanade theater in Singapore. Walt Disney concert hall was designed by Frank Gehry and soon became one of the most acoustically accurate concert halls in the world.


It took 16 years of work to complete the job, from the first design in 1987. A six-level subterranean parking garage was first built, and in 1999 the construction of the concert hall began. The Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown L.A. is now home and landmark icon to Los Angeles.

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These is another opera house which located in Vienna, and made Vienna having 3 different opera house. The Vienna Konzerthaus is home to the Viennese Symphony Orchestra. It was completed in 1913, and in 1998-2000, was thoroughly renovated utilizing today’s modern technologies and conveniences.


Together with the Vienna State Opera and Vienna’s Musikverein, all three world class concert hall’s make Vienna one of the leading cities for classical music.

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