Aida at QPAC
Opera Australia is bringing its radiant production of Aida to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre from November 17 to December 4.
Promising a thrilling theatrical experience, from the famous Triumphal March to the intimate ending, viewers are sure to find every scene in the show spectacular. Told through Verdi’s powerful music, this opera performance set in Ancient Egypt tells a timeless story of love and betrayal against the backdrop of war.
In this special Brisbane event, Francesco Lanzillotta conducts an exciting cast, with Natalie Aroyan performing as the enslaved princess Aida, Elena Gabouri as her rival Amneris and Diego Torre as the man they both love, Radames. Bartione Amartuvshin Enkhbat will also impress audiences, singing the commanding role of King Amonasro, the enslaved Ethiopian King.
Viewers can also expect to be enthralled by the huge chorus plus twenty dancers and actors who will add to the massed grandeur on stage.
Performance times are 7:30 pm throughout the week, with one 12:30 pm showing on Saturday 28 November. Tickets can be purchased through QPAC.