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  • Address: Macedonian Opera, Skopje (City), 1000
  • Phone: +389 2 3114 691
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Macedonian Opera is part of the Macedonian Opera and Ballet organization. The first opera in Macedonia was performed on May 9, 1947 on the stage of the former Macedonian National Theater, it was "Cavalleria Rusticana" opera by Pietro Mascagni.

Since then the Macedonian Opera organization has grown both in quantity and quality of performances, bringing in famous foreign opera singers and developing ones as well. The culmination of the Opera calendar year is always in May with the annual May Opera Evenings, an event that all culture and entertainment enthusiasts must not miss.

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