Statistika 2009/10 
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Key figures at-a-glance:

  • Operabase
    400.000 performances on file since 1996;
    Seasons of 900+ opera companies, around 25,000 performances each year

  • The five seasons 2005/6 to 2009/10
    Works from 1010 different composers were played, of whom 500 are living
    A total of 2170 different works were given, including 300 world premieres over the 5 seasons

  • The 2009/10 season
    Over 21100 performances
    The most operatic countries: Vācija (7266 performances)
    Cities with the most opera: Wien (616 performances)
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Total number of performances by country, for the 2009/10 season.
In brackets, the national populations in millions.
NB: figures for countries outside western Europe and North America (particularly Russia) will be too low, as it was difficult to get accurate and complete information for them [See a later year].As Operabase collected about 21,000 performances in this season, Germany is mounting about 30% of all opera performances globally.
deVācija  7266 (81.758m)
usAmerikas savienotās valstis  1877 (308.746m)
atAustrija  1337 (8.356m)
frFrancija  1232 (65.822m)
itItālija  1204 (60.419m)
ukApvienotā karaliste  1127 (62.042m)
chŠveice  782 (7.786m)
ruKrievija  674 (141.927m)
plPolija  652 (38.192m)
10 esSpānija  640 (46.030m)
11 czČehija  563 (10.675m)
12 seZviedrija  433 (9.354m)
13 huUngārija  377 (9.942m)
14 auAustrālija  333 (22.560m)
15 beBeļģija  282 (10.828m)
16 nlNīderlande  253 (16.648m)
17 caKanāda  218 (34.352m)
18 dkDānija  217 (5.558m)
19 skSlovākija  210 (5.430m)
20 fiSomija  176 (5.375m)
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The number of performances per million citizens.
In brackets, the total number of performances and the population in millions.
The size of Austria's lead is quite remarkable.  Interestingly, Austria would have led this table (and Vienna that of the cities) even before the Theater an der Wien was added as the city's fourth opera house in January 2006.
mxMeksika0.0 (4 /115.297m)
atAustrija160.0 (1337 /8.356m)
chŠveice100.4 (782 /7.786m)
eeIgaunija98.5 (132 /1.340m)
deVācija88.9 (7266 /81.758m)
czČehija52.7 (563 /10.675m)
seZviedrija46.3 (433 /9.354m)
dkDānija39.0 (217 /5.558m)
skSlovākija38.7 (210 /5.430m)
10 siSlovēnija38.1 (78 /2.049m)
11 huUngārija37.9 (377 /9.942m)
12 lvLatvija37.9 (84 /2.218m)
13 fiSomija32.7 (176 /5.375m)
14 noNorvēģija29.0 (143 /4.938m)
15 beBeļģija26.0 (282 /10.828m)
16 luLuksemburga23.9 (12 /0.502m)
17 ltLietuva20.0 (65 /3.244m)
18 itItālija19.9 (1204 /60.419m)
19 frFrancija18.7 (1232 /65.822m)
20 bgBulgārija18.3 (139 /7.577m)
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The number of performances in each city, in the 2009/10 season.
The figure given in brackets is the urban population in millions. Measured by the number of opera performances in the 2009/10 season, the most operatic cities were Wien (with 617 performances), Berlin, London, Moscow, and Hamburg (in position 5), followed by New York, Paris and Prague.

Of the top 100 most operatic cities,

  • no fewer than 47(!) are in Germany
  • 7 in Austria
  • 5 each in Switzerland and in Poland
  • 4 in Italy
  • 3 in the US, in the Czech Republic and in Russia
  • 2 in France, in Spain, in the UK and in Australia

1at (#1)Wien  616  (2.00m)
2de (#1)Berlin  504  (3.44m)
3uk (#1)London  497  (8.28m)
4ru (#1)Moscow  430  (10.56m)
5de (#2)Hamburg  360  (1.77m)
6us (#1)New York  359  (18.22m)
7fr (#1)Paris  342  (10.20m)
8cz (#1)Praha  334  (1.25m)
9de (#3)Dresden  309  (0.78m)
10de (#4)München  295  (2.61m)
11hu (#1)Budapest  262  (2.52m)
12ch (#1)Zurich  259  (0.37m)
13se (#1)Stockholm  220  (1.25m)
14de (#5)Frankfurt  211  (2.29m)
15es (#1)Madrid  195  (3.26m)
16de (#6)Stuttgart  175  (1.80m)
17de (#7)Köln  171  (1.00m)
18dk (#1)København  162  (1.18m)
19pl (#1)Wroclaw  160  (0.63m)
20de (#8)Leipzig  158  (1.00m)

KomponistusTop
Composers ranked by the number of performances of their operas over the five seasons 2005/06 to 2009/10After the first three (Verdi, Mozart, Puccini), who dominate the listings, there's a gap to the next three (Wagner, Rossini, Donizetti).

Good news for Benjamin Britten: at position 13, he is the highest ranked composer born in the 20th century even before the celebrations of the centenary of his birth in 2013.

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