Buryat National Opera

Buryat Opera and Ballet Theatre (officially known as the "G. Tsydynzhapov Buryat State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre", Buryat: Г. Цыдынжаповай нэрэмжэтэ Буряадай гγрэнэй дуури бγжэгэй эрдэмэй театр, Russian: Бурятский театр оперы и балета имени Г. Ц. Цыдынжапова) is a music theatre in Ulan-Ude, the capital of the Buryat Republic, Russia. It operates its own music school, a dance school, and an art institute.[1] The theatre opened in 1939.[2] It is named after Buryat drama actor and director Gombozhap Tsydynzhapov (ru).

External view, 2012
Theatre's interior, 2011
Theater building in the evening. June 8, 2021


  1. ^ Abraham Resnick (2000): Siberia and the Soviet Far East: Unmasking the Myths
  2. ^ Soviet Union Magazine, Issues 334–357, 1978

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