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Anyone living in or visiting Muscat in the next few months will have the chance to witness an operatic treat, with London's Victoria & Albert Museum bringing its immersive exhibition to the Omani capital. Those not already passionate about opera surely will be by the time they finish strolling through "Opera: 400 Years of Passion," a storytelling exhibition curated by V&A senior curator Kate Bailey, looking at pivotal moments, composers and productions in opera over the last four centuries. It is also the first stop on the exhibition's world tour since the V&A premiered it in London in 2017 .In every new country the show visits, the finale will change to reflect that nation's relationship with opera.Founded in 1852, the V&A is among the most prestigious arts and designs institutions in the world, with 5 billion people in 40 countries having visited their shows in the last three years alone. This show, which Bailey began researching in 2012, is a response to the explosion of new opera houses popping up around the world -- one of which was the ROHM.
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