A Brief History of the Sydney Opera House

by Helmut Eder

Possessing one of the most recognizable profiles in all of opera, if not the entire architectural world, the Sydney Opera House has served as Australia’s premier classical music venue ever since its debut in 1973. Danish architect Jorn Utzon designed the opera house, a controversial choice at the time and one that became even more contentious as construction proceeded. The building is situated on a peninsula, surrounded on three sides by the waters of Sydney Harbor.

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