Opera Day celebrates the Italian art form of opera that created a facet of culture across the world. It is observed on the eighth of February.
The most popular and common tradition to celebrate this holiday is to attend an opera. Madame Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini has been crafted by many theaters, such as the Dallas Symphony. Don Giovanni, Rigoletto, Carmen, and Fidelio are also among noteworthy pieces in the opera genre. Opera Day can be an opportunity to cultivate younger generations of musicians. It's an inspiration to those who are looking to create or be a part of a work of art.
Opera Day unites people through the observation of art. It is a brief cultural revival as everyone appreciates music and the written word. The embellishments of costuming, set design, lighting, etc. expands the field opera is described as. Many minds come together to produce this particular art form. They are to be recognized through this holiday.