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Love beyond slavery
Written by Giuseppe Verdi to make an impact, Aída is one of his most famous operas and represents the apotheosis of Verdian theatricality. A fresco of extreme emotions, crossed by love and the tragic destiny of its protagonists: Aida, the Ethiopian princess made a slave in Egypt; Radames, the young warrior; and Amneris, the daughter of Pharaoh. The “Triumphal March” and the “Celeste Aida” are pieces that we have all heard and have allowed this to be one of the most performed operas since its premiere.
Opera in four acts with libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni, based on the plot outlined by the Egyptologist Auguste Mariette Bey. Released on December 24, 1871 at the Cairo Opera, Egypt.
Musical direction: Francisco Rettig / Pedro-Pablo Prudencio
Stage direction, scenography, costumes and lighting: Hugo de Ana
Choreographer: Leda Lojodice