English words and Examples of Usage

use "opera" in a sentence

It was opened first in 1841 as the Royal Saxon Opera House.

The opera never saw the light of day after two venues cancelled it.

Molly can be seen performing with D.C.'s chapter of Opera on Tap.

In a few days, British opera star Alfie Boe is due to take over Valjean.

He compared Flores' opera-style singing to Sarah Brightman and Josh Groban.

Todd Duncan was the first African-American member of the New York City Opera.

Skynnyn Lynnyrd appearing at Piper’s Opera House on June 6th at 7:30pm.

On May 9, the fourth annual Festive Opera Gala is being staged at the Bonn Opera.

At least you didn't end up a soap opera honey badger, that one really has problems.

Her work currently includes curating the 2015 premiere of the new opera "Bel Canto."

Pacien Mazzagatti will conduct the City Opera Orchestra and Lev Pugliese will direct.

Rather than going out and getting wasted, they wrote a rock opera about it, said Lewis.

“You really have to light dance brighter than opera, and it bleaches out colors.”

It also featured the story of an opera singer who was on board the flight with her baby.

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