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01 Feb 2005

Aida at Copenhagen's New Opera House

Seen at night, the warmly lit interior of Copenhagen’s new opera house glows invitingly across the water. The building is situated in a uniquely privileged position, opposite the Amalienborg Palace, lining up on an axis with the proudly domed Frederikskirken — so close to the city’s heart that arias could easily waft over the water on an evening breeze.


Royal Danish Opera — Aida
Photo: Martin Mydtskov Rønne

Aida in a sleek Danish setting

By Richard Fairman [Financial Times]
Published: January 31 2005 02:00 | Last updated: January 31 2005 02:00

Seen at night, the warmly lit interior of Copenhagen's new opera house glows invitingly across the water. The building is situated in a uniquely privileged position, opposite the Amalienborg Palace, lining up on an axis with the proudly domed Frederikskirken — so close to the city's heart that arias could easily waft over the water on an evening breeze.

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