Aida : The Season’s Final Bow

Amphithéâtre Fernand-Lindsay

August 4 2024
4 pm

Aida is among Verdi’s most emblematic operas—unquestionably one of the most beloved of the entire repertoire, combining ill-fated love and political intrigue with the allure of ancient Egypt. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts a world-class vocal cast in this opulent conclusion to the Festival’s 47th edition, just a few months before inaugurating a new production of Aida with the Metropolitan Opera.

Starting at: $50 under the roof | $25 on the lawn (Taxes not included)

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Angel Blue, soprano (Aïda)

SeokJong Baek, tenor (Radamès)

To be confirmed, mezzo-soprano (Amneris)

Ambrogio Maestri, baritone (Amonasro)

Alexandros Stavrakakis, bass (Ramfis)

Morris Robinson, bass (The King )

Sarah Dufresne, soprano (High Priestess)

Matthew Cairns, tenor (The Messenger)


Orchestre Métropolitain

Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor


Giuseppe Verdi

Aida, opera in four acts

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