Live music at the Opera House

By Sarah Flanders and Emily Mihm CharltonPublished Aug 04, 2018 05:10:31Updated Aug 05, 2018 06:06:17Live music at The Opera House is a major draw for visitors to the city, with the Sydney Opera House being the most visited theatre in the world, according to the latest Nielsen ratings.

The numbers for the past year are as follows: The Opera Houses attendance grew from 2.5 million to 4.2 million in the same period, with more than 100,000 people attending every week.

The average age of the audience was around 34.5 years old.

There are about 250 venues in Sydney, according the Sydney Entertainment Commission, and the Opera houses are among the largest of them.

But while the numbers are high, the number of people attending the performances isn’t as high as some other theatres around town, like the Opera Houses.

The average age for the audience is around 34 years old, according Nielsen data.

The number of live performances is down by almost 30 per cent over the past three years.

The reason for the decline in attendance is not clear, but the trend may be linked to the financial crisis, which saw the Sydney economy collapse, with people looking for other ways to entertain themselves.

The city’s music industry has also been hit hard by the downturn, with artists and labels closing or relocating their venues and concerts being cancelled.

Live music and the industry are also at risk as the city struggles to recover from the economic crisis.

It’s estimated there are about 1,000 concerts, concerts and other events happening annually in the city.

The vast majority of them are at the Sydney Theatre.

The city is home to the Sydney Concert Hall, which hosts concerts for more than 250 different artists and bands each year.

“The concert industry is one of the few industries in Australia that is not under threat from the financial downturn and the financial sector is very supportive of the industry and their activities,” said Tony Caulfield, the president of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.

“This year, I think the number is going to be up, it’s going to have a great year for the industry.”

The Opera House, which opened in 1927, was designed by renowned architect Henry Moore and is the oldest continuously operating theatre in Australia.

The venue is home of the world’s largest ballet and opera and has a reputation for great music.

The orchestra is among the biggest in the country.

In its last performance, last year, the band was a hit, performing for more that 2.3 million people.

But as the financial climate has worsened, the Opera has been forced to cut its concert attendance, and that is having an impact on its financial health.

A year ago, it had a budget deficit of more than $5 million.

It now has a deficit of about $600,000, according a statement from the city’s auditor-general.

Last year, it made about $1 million profit, but it also lost more than half its revenue.

“If the Opera is not doing well, that’s not good for the city,” said Richard Smith, the general manager of The Opera.

“We are seeing more people come in to the theatre because it’s not there, and they want to go see music.”

People want to hear the classics, they want the new hits, and so the Opera needs to be able to cater for all those needs.

“The orchestra, which also owns the Sydney Olympic Park, is in talks with the city about buying the property, but is yet to hear back.

The Opera has also seen a drop in ticket sales.

A major source of revenue, concerts at the theatre are usually one of its main draws.”

When it gets very busy, people want to get to a show and then the Opera does not,” Mr Smith said.”

That’s why the music is so important to the Opera.