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LNO saw 24% increase in revenue from ticket sales last year

07.02.2013

In 2012, the Latvian National Opera (LNO) saw a 24 percent increase in revenue from ticket sales, LETA was informed by the LNO's public relations department.

In 2012, the Latvian National Opera (LNO) saw a 24 percent increase in revenue from ticket sales, LETA was informed by the LNO's public relations department.

In 2011, the LNO achieved LVL LVL 1.2 million in revenue from ticket sales, but in 2012 - LVL 1.5 million.

Overall, a total of 156,693 persons attended concerts, performances, guest performances or other events at the LNO in 2012.

The most watched performance at the LNO last year was Tchaikovsky's ballet ''The Nutcracker'' with total attendance of 11,123 in 12 performances.

Also in 2012, the LNO made several guests performances in seven Latvian cities - Preili, Ventspils, Cesis, Daugavpils, Madona and Valka.

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