10-15 OCT 2017
|OCT 10||OCT 11||OCT 12||OCT 13||OCT 14||OCT 15|
GRAND THEATRE, HONG KONG CULTURAL CENTRE
$1080, $880, $680, $420, $300 & $150
Opera Hong Kong regretted very deeply the cancellation of the 15 October performance of Aida due to typhoon Khanun. We understand and share the great disappointment of our audience. We are very grateful for your support and look forward to seeing you again in our future programmes.
Please refer to the following refund arrangement:
- From 15 November to 5 December 2017 ticket holders please bring your intact ticket(s) to the following URBTIX box offices for refund:
- Hong Kong City Hall, 5 Edinburgh Place, Central, Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Cultural Centre, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
- For patrons who booked online or via telephone and had not redeemed your ticket(s), please roll out your ticket(s) using the same credit card as you made the order at any Ticket Dispensing Machines (TDM) located at the following network on before 5 December 2017.
Note: Refund has to be done on or before 5 December 2017. Late application will not be accepted.
If you have any questions, please call us at 2234 0303 during office hours or sent email to us at email@example.com.
Thank you once again for your support!
An Opera in 4 Acts
A Co-production of Opera Hong Kong and Shanghai Opera House
Performed in Italian with Chinese and English Surtitles
In Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Establishment of Hong Kong Administrative Region
Opera Hong Kong brings all the drama and pageantry of Verdi’s most famous opera to the majestic stage of the Cultural Centre’s Grand Theatre with a star-studded international cast which includes two of the opera world’s reigning Aïdas. Princess Aïda is, due to war and bad fortune, a slave. She shares a secret love with Radamès, Egypt’s leading warrior and hero. But Ramadès has been betrothed to the powerful and extremely jealous Princess Amneris. A timeless story of the conflicting duties of love and patriotism, Aïda with its spectacle and soaring music, continues to thrill audiences worldwide.
Costume Designer Françoise Raybaud
Lighting Designer François Thouret
Choreographer Eugénie Andrin
Associate Set Designer Nicola Antonia Schimid
Assistant Director Olga Paliakova
Assistant Conductor Roberto Moretti
Chorus Director Alex Tam
Assistant Conductor Apollo Wong
Assistant Rehearsal Conductor & Principal Répétiteur Nina Yip
Shanghai Opera House Orchestra and Suzhou Symphony Orchestra
Opera Hong Kong Chorus
Shanghai Opera House Dance Ensemble
Aïda He Hui (10 Oct)/ Kristin Lewis (11, 13, 15 Oct)/ Marjorie Owens (12, 14 Oct)
Radames Riccardo Massi */ Najmiddin Mavlyanov^
Amneris Violeta Urmana* / Nino Surguladze^
Amonasro, King of Ethiopia Reginald Smith Jr (10, 12, 13 Oct)/ Sun Li(11, 14, 15 Oct)
Ramfis, High Priest Hao Jiang Tian */ Paul Gay^
King of Egypt Igor Durlovski* / Freddie Tong^
Messenger Chen Chen*/ Chen Yong^
Priestess Li Yang*/ Colette Lam^
Performance Dates: * 10, 12, 14 Oct | ^ 11, 13, 15 Oct
The presenter reserves the right to replace artists at short notice in the event of the said performer(s) indisposition or other unforeseen circumstances.