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Opera Companies In Pittsburgh

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Opera Companies

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Business Listing   Benedum Center for the Performing Arts - Administrative Offices - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 456-2600

Business Listing   Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 237-3400

Business Listing   Chevrolet Amphitheatre - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 232-6200

Business Listing   Galleria Cinemas - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 531-5551

Business Listing   Garden Theatre - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 321-4262

Business Listing   Hazlett Theater - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 320-4610

Business Listing   Heinz Hall - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 392-4819

Business Listing   Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts - Customer Service Ticketing - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 392-4900

Business Listing   Judys Music & Pianos - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 787-9888

Business Listing   KLM Enterprises - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 798-7747

Business Listing   Manor Theatre - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 422-7729

Business Listing   North Way Mall Cinemas - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 367-1625

Business Listing   Opera Theatre of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 621-1499

Business Listing   Paragon Studios - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 367-1121

Business Listing   Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 281-0360

Business Listing   Pittsburgh Filmmakers - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 682-4111

Business Listing   Pittsburgh Playhouse of Point Park College - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 621-4445

Business Listing   Pittsburgh Playwright's The - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 288-0358

Business Listing   Pittsburgh Public Theaters - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 316-1600

Business Listing   Pittsburgh Theater Corporation - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 642-1230

Business Listing   Quantum Theatre - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 431-5314

Business Listing   Rex Theatre - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 381-6811

Business Listing   Southland 9 Theatre - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 655-0500

Business Listing   Squirrel Hill Theatre - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 421-7900

Business Listing   Waterworks Cinema - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 784-1402

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Helpful Definition for: Opera Companies

Opera combines the art of solo and choral singing, declamation, acting and dancing on a stage before a live audience. Major opera companies in Pittsburgh hire star singers who attract audience with their power-packed performances. The attraction-quotient for any opera lies with its dramatic musical compositions, consisting of separate recitatives, arias and choruses, ballet, and having a continuous musical structure. Performers are usually the best to reckon in their fields. Opera nights are held five to six times in a week,  often running to packed houses. Opera companies collect a huge revenue at the end of each performance, a substantial percentage of which they pay to their performers. YellowPagesGoesGreen lists some of the names of opera companies in Pittsburgh.


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