In 1780, the public was first given access to the Grand Theater, which featured an Opera Auditorium (2013), three performance theaters, and a musician Center. It is a center for excellence, production, transmission, and professional integration in the domains of musical composition, choreography, and dance. It has a total of 400 employees and represents the work of 180 artists.
The Opéra National de Bordeaux features lyrical, choreographic, and symphonic seasons, and it is the leading cultural employer in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine Region. It is the second leading cultural operator in France in terms of permanent artistic employment, and it is the leading cultural employer in the region.
The overall goal of the cultural project is to establish and cultivate strong connections with various sorts of audiences across the area. This manifests itself, in particular, as a marked uptick in the number of cultural projects that include audiences in acts of initiation, mediation, and outreach.
The structure, designed by the well-known architect Victor Louis, is widely regarded as among the most stunning theaters in the world. The wooden construction surrounding the building gives it remarkable acoustics in addition to the aesthetic value that the building already possesses.
Place de la Comedie, 33024, Bordeaux, France