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Opera The National Theatre

Aida

Giuseppe Verdi, stage director Steffen Piontek

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Conductor: Zbyněk Müller, Jaroslav Kyzlink
Stage director: Steffen Piontek
Sets: Mike Hahne
Costumes: Mike Hahne
Chorus master: Pavel Vaněk
Choreography: Tomáš Rychetský
Dramaturgy: Pavel Petráněk

National Theatre Orchestra

National Theatre Chorus

Ballet of the National Theatre Opera

Premiere: October 15, 2005

Giuseppe Verdi’s paramount opera about the Egyptian chieftain Rhadames, his love for the slave Aida and the jealousy of Princess Amneris is presented at the National Theatre in a classical production affording great scope to highlighting beautiful melodies in effective scenes and arias.

The opera is staged in Italian original version and Czech and English surtitles are used in the performance.

Duration of the performance: 3 hours

Photo: František Ortmann, Hana Smejkalová

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This production is not performed at the present time.