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First presented by Fort Worth Opera in 1958, and last seen in 1999, Giuseppe Verdi’s grandest opera AIDA will be performed as a concert production with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. Set in the Old Kingdom of Egypt, Aida tells the fateful story of forbidden love between an enslaved Ethiopian princess, and an Egyptian military commander.

Making his debut with Fort Worth Opera as director is broadway and cabaret star T. Oliver Reid. He has spent the past 20 years working on Broadway shows which have amassed more than 20 Tony Awards. Elaine Rinaldi will also make her Fort Worth Opera debut as the first female conductor in their 75-year history. She is the founder and artistic director of Orchestra Miami, a professional symphonic ensemble based in Miami, Florida.

First presented by Fort Worth Opera in 1958, and last seen in 1999, Giuseppe Verdi’s grandest opera AIDA will be performed as a concert production with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. Set in the Old Kingdom of Egypt, Aida tells the fateful story of forbidden love between an enslaved Ethiopian princess, and an Egyptian military commander.

Making his debut with Fort Worth Opera as director is broadway and cabaret star T. Oliver Reid. He has spent the past 20 years working on Broadway shows which have amassed more than 20 Tony Awards. Elaine Rinaldi will also make her Fort Worth Opera debut as the first female conductor in their 75-year history. She is the founder and artistic director of Orchestra Miami, a professional symphonic ensemble based in Miami, Florida.

First presented by Fort Worth Opera in 1958, and last seen in 1999, Giuseppe Verdi’s grandest opera AIDA will be performed as a concert production with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. Set in the Old Kingdom of Egypt, Aida tells the fateful story of forbidden love between an enslaved Ethiopian princess, and an Egyptian military commander.

Making his debut with Fort Worth Opera as director is broadway and cabaret star T. Oliver Reid. He has spent the past 20 years working on Broadway shows which have amassed more than 20 Tony Awards. Elaine Rinaldi will also make her Fort Worth Opera debut as the first female conductor in their 75-year history. She is the founder and artistic director of Orchestra Miami, a professional symphonic ensemble based in Miami, Florida.

WHEN

WHERE

Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU
2900 W. Lowden St.
Fort Worth, TX 76109
https://www.fwopera.org/aida

TICKET INFO

$22-$125
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