Like the Golden Bridge, Primorsky Stage was built in record time — in just three years. Much like the three bridges of Vladivostok, the Primorsky Stage construction faced a great deal of skepticism — the idea of creating a large modern opera house with 1,702 seats in the Far East seemed very utopian. Nevertheless, it was built, and soon thereafter it was opened and quickly filled with lights, sound, and an excited audience.
Primorsky Stage is famous for its unparalleled acoustics that are achieved through the following factors: the horseshoe shape of the Grand Hall, which creates a perfect space for the sound to travel through; the inner walls of the hall, covered with
Primorsky Stage has several auditoriums. The Small Hall (312 seats) is designed for chamber music concert, and it showcases nights of romantic songs as well as short scenes from ballets. The Parterre (orchestra level) is leveled with the stage, opening up the space. The Grand Hall of Primorsky Stage is used for
However, it goes without saying that artists are the most important part of any theater. Primorsky Stage invites talented individuals from all over the world: musicians from Mariinsky and Bolshoi Theaters; international
At the beginning, the theater introduced
Having a theater of such caliber in Vladivostok is a
At first, many people wondered whether Primorsky Stage would ever be filled to its full capacity. Well, since its opening, every production has been sold out! We recommend booking your tickets in advance, either online or at the box office.
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