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Royal Opera House Muscat is the leading arts and culture organization in the Sultanate of Oman. Located in Muscat, Oman, the vision of the Opera House is to serve as a centre of excellence in global cultural engagement. It strive to enrich lives through diverse artistic, cultural, and educational programs.

The leadership of the Royal Opera House Muscat is guided by the vision of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said. At His Majesty’s directives a High Committee, spearheaded by His Highness Sayyid Fahad Al-Said, Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers, was formed to follow the progress of this initiative since its inception.

The Higher Committee is responsible for shaping the vision of the organization and considering the policies, strategies and guidelines recommended by the Board of Directors, chaired by Her Excellency Dr. Rawya Al Busaidi, Minister of Higher Education.

The multidisciplinary work of Royal Opera House Muscat showcases rich and diverse artistic creations from Oman, the region, and the world; provides a space for culture and socioeconomic development reflections and actions; inspires audiences and nurtures creativity with innovative programs; fosters cultural vitality and unleashes talent; promotes cultural tourism; and puts cultural diplomacy into practice by reinvigorating global and multi-disciplinary collaborations and exchanges.

Established by Royal Decree, Royal Opera House Muscat is an influential arts and culture platform that enhances Oman’s international reputation and reinforces its niche offerings. The organization serves as a laboratory for creativity and intellectual exchanges; and its high-tech venue pays tribute to and presents diverse artistic and cultural expressions from the Sultanate, the region, and the world.

A towering beacon shedding light on the various trends of the Renaissance march towards growth, Royal Opera House Muscat is an illustration of the undivided attention that His Majesty has devoted to the cultural sector since the new dawn of the Sultanate. His Majesty has repeatedly asserted that the human being is not only the ultimate goal of any development process, but also its instrument and means. Therefore, sustained investment in educational and cultural infrastructures to promote the wellbeing of the Omani citizens, while strengthening the pillars of the modern State, is a high priority on the list of noble goals that His Majesty seeks to achieve.

From this perspective and in order to promote the Sultanate’s cultural heritage and artistic engagement, Royal Directives were issued to develop a set of structures to broaden people’s participation in cultural life. Royal Opera House Muscat has emerged as the leading open house for arts and culture in the country.  It was initially conceived in 2001 as the house for musical arts and its development over a decade underwent several changes reflecting the modernist vision of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos and other requirements that enabled the Royal Court Affairs, with the assistance of various technical experts, to build what is now viewed as a milestone in the evolution of an Omani architectural style.

The newly completed building is a fusion of Omani tradition and modernity. The construction of this iconic and majestic Royal Opera House Muscat building with stunning handmade ornaments, including the sophistication of its rich interior, is in many ways an embodiment of such complexity and multiplicity of references witnessed in Omani architecture.

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