Aida in Concert

One Score, One Chicago | Verdi Bicentennial

Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Chicago Symphony Chorus
James Conlon, Conductor
Latonia Moore, Aida
Michelle DeYoung, Amneris
Roberto Alagna, Radames
Morris Robinson, Ramfis
James Creswell, The King of Egypt
Mark Delavan, Amonasro
Joshua Guerrero, The Messenger

Pavilion
Saturday, August 03, 2013
5:00 PM
Gates Open
7:30 PM
Concert Start

Reserved $100/$25
Lawn $10
Ticket & dining package - Sold Out.

Be sure to visit the restaurants in Ravinia's dining pavilion to sample Guest Chef Tony Mantuano's Italian Cuisine from Spiaggia and Cafe Spiaggia. Reservations are recommended.

FREE CSO Mug for the first 500 guests in the park!

This concert is part of Ravinia’s One Score, One Chicago program which introduces thousands of public school students to classical music through the study of a selected work each year.

Click here to learn more and read supplemental materials on Verdi's Aida.

Program

Verdi:   Aida (in concert)

 

Program Notes

Celebrating Verdi’s 200th birthday, Ravinia presents his complete four-act opera—one of the most popular and important in music history—the Egyptian-set Aida. Adding to the resounding splendor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will be acclaimed tenor Roberto Alagna in his Ravinia debut; Michelle DeYoung, one of the most prominent alumni of RSMI; and, in the title role, Latonia Moore, whom Opera News described as a “born stage performer” when she portrayed Aida at the Met. The rousing score features “Celeste Aida,” the “Triumphal March” “Ritorna vincitor” and wonderfully exotic ballet music.

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