Mozart at Angkor is the opera sensation of the year: Cambodian traditional music and theatre together with Mozart’s much-loved masterpiece, a cast of Cambodian and International stars in the magical world heritage setting of the sacred temples of Angkor. A theatre experience for all the senses! 

Chau Say Tevoda Temple, Angkor Archaeological Park

Package tours including the Mozart at Angkor Opera event can be arranged with All Dreams Cambodia

Premiere 16 November, 2020
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19 November, 2020
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20 November, 2020 
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*Ticket prices are in US dollars.

Mozart at Angkor supports non-profits in Cambodia that provide opportunities to abled and disabled youth. Mozart at Angkor is itself not for profit and all excess funds will be donated to our chosen organisations:
– the Khmer Cultural Development Institute provides among other things music, dance and theatre training for vulnerable and disadvantaged children;
– the Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center collects, preserves, safeguards and promotes the audiovisual memory of Cambodia; and trains a new generation of Cambodian filmmakers in the art and craft of filmmaking.

Regulations for Spectators

  1. The purchase/use of a ticket assumes complete acceptance of these regulations. The possession of a ticket and the respect of the regulations are conditions for spectators’ admission.
  2. Tickets cannot be duplicated and are only valid for the date shown on them.
  3. In the event of non-use due to drawbacks of a personal nature, a ticket cannot be converted to another date or reimbursed.
  4. Ticket sale (or re-sale) by unauthorised parties is prohibited.

II. Cancellation/suspension in the event of bad weather

  1. Tickets purchased before 30 June 2020 are refundable. From 1 July 2020, tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged for another date. The Mozart at Angkor Management reserves the right make any modification to the program, dates and times that may be necessary due artistic or technical requirements, or to force majeure.
  2. In the event of bad weather before the opening of the Temple entrance and in the event of weather forecasts not foreseeing any improvement in the conditions in the course of the evening, the performance will take place in an indoor location to be announced.
  3. Should weather conditions prevent the show being staged as scheduled, Mozart at Angkor may postpone the beginning of the performance by up to 60 minutes.
  4. In the event of the show being stopped after it has begun, spectators have no right to a refund of the ticket price.