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法兰克福老歌剧院6岁莫扎特演出

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  音乐神童莫扎特6岁时候的第一次登台演出就是在这座漂亮的大房子里。老歌剧院最早建于1888年,二战期间遭摧毁,战后重建。新建采用新古典主义式。 如今演出季节仍然经常上演音乐会……

  On the 20th of October 1880, after seven years of construction, Frankfurt's Opera House was officially inaugurated.

  The Opernhaus as it was called was paid for by Frankfurt citizens and designed by the Berlin architect Richard Lucae. The panther quadriga on the Renaissance-style building recalls the famous Semper Opera House in Dresden.

  At the time the 34 meter high building featured a large auditorium and a sumptuous staircase, known as the 'Imperial Staircase'. The auditorium could seat more than 2000 people. The Frankfurt Opernhaus was one of Germany's most important opera houses; many important works premiered here including Carl Orff's famous Carmina Burama.

  In March 1944 the Opera House burned out after bombardments set the building on fire. In 1952 measures were taken to prevent the building from collapsing entirely but it took 24 years before reconstruction of the Opera House was finally approved by the City Council. There was even talk of demolishing the ruins and replacing it with modern office buildings, but thanks to an action group formed by citizens supporting a reconstruction of the former landmark, these plans were never realized.

  The Opernhaus officially reopened on August 28, 1981. It was renamed to 'Alte Oper' since Frankfurt had already built a new Opera House in 1951. While the exterior and the lobby were rebuilt faithful to the original, most of the interior is built as a modern multipurpose complex with concert halls and a congress center. The building has several halls including the Grosse Saal with a seating capacity of 2500. The Mozart-saal can accommodate another 700 people.

  The Alte Oper is located at the Opernplatz, a square at the north west corner of Frankfurt's inner city.


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