Apr 28, 2013
Referred to as the grandest of grand opera, AIDA was the first production Tulsa Opera staged at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center after it opened in 1977 and the first outdoor opera performed at Skelly (now Chapman) Stadium in 1933.
In a story of love during wartime, Aïda, the enslaved Ethiopian princess, and Radamés, leader of the Egyptian army, long to be united forever. But someone else wants Radamés too: the daughter of the Pharaoh! In the title role is Adrienne Danrich (pictured).
Singers from the Tulsa Oratorio Chorus and dancers from Tulsa Ballet II join forces with Tulsa Opera for this spectacular production celebrating the 200th anniversary of Verdi's birth.
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Tulsa Performing Arts Center Chapman Music Hall
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