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Working in close collaboration with Theatre Projects, Wright & Wright conducted extensive analysis and designed a scheme that improves the the Chorus Rehearsal Room's acoustics and ergonomics for the Royal Opera House’s renowned chorus.


Seating up to 105 choristers led by a Chorus Director and Assistant Chorus Master, the design prioritises and enhances sightlines and accessibility, while bespoke hardwood panelling will improve the room’s acoustic response.

Throughout the design process we have found Wright & Wright to be a great partner. Together with Clive Graham, we have delivered a technically challenging project within the tight timeframe required by the Royal Opera House. 

We are delighted with how the project has turned out and look forward to collaborating with Wright & Wright again in the future.

Chris Hunt
Senior Acoustic Consultant, Theatre Projects


Renderings of the future Chorus Rehearsal Room, Royal Opera House. Wright & Wright Architects.


Enscape Rendering of the Chorus Rehearsal Room at the Royal Opera House, Wright & Wright Architects

On Site

Members of the project team install acoustic timber panelling and custom-made music stands as part of the final stages of work on site.