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History

File:Guangzhou Opera House.png|300px|thumb|left|Guangzhou Opera House in Zhujiang New TownZhujiang New TownIn April 2002 an international architectural competition attracted Coop Himmelb(l)au, Rem Koolhaas and Zaha Hadid – each producing detailed designs.Rem Koolhaas proposal, OMA.eu"Zaha Hadid and Guangzhou Opera House", Episode II, CCTV.Com In November 2002, Zaha Hadid's "double pebble" was announced the winner and the groundbreaking ceremony was held early in 2005.The theatre has become the biggest performing centre in southern China and is one of the three biggest theatres in the nation alongside Beijing's National Centre for the Performing Arts and Shanghai's Shanghai Grand Theatre.May 2010 saw American filmmaker Shahar Stroh direct the premiere production of the opera house: Puccini's opera Turandot"Guangzhou Opera House in China by Zaha Hadid Architects", March 3, 2011, Sanjay Ganga which had in previous years been a controversial opera in China."...banned until the end of the 20th century...Turandot was perceived as an insult to China and its people.", Metropolitan Opera, NY websiteThe project cost 1.38 billion yuan (approx. US$200 million)."Cost: 1.38 Billion RMB", designlike.com"Designs that make impossible possible", Yu Tianyu, China Daily, 2011-03-17

Design

The structure was designed by Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid.Newsgd.com. "Newsgd.com." Guangzhou starts opera house. Retrieved on 2010-02-24. It is conceived as two rocks washed away by the Pearl River.NEWS,weblink Guangzhou Opera House, Guangzhou — China - Meet Me At The Opera, Meet Me At The Opera, 2018-01-16, en-US, Its freestanding concrete auditorium set within an exposed granite and glass-clad steel frame took over five years to build, and was praised upon opening by architectural critic Jonathan Glancey in The Guardian, who called it "at once highly theatrical and insistently subtle."guardian.co.uk Move over, Sydney: Zaha Hadid's Guangzhou Opera House., guardian.co.uk, Retrieved on 2011-03-03

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