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Venue: Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall Tickets start at $25.00


Pacific Symphony’s semi-staged concert opera productions have been extremely popular and always sell out. Continuing in that tradition, the Symphony presents Verdi’s most popular opera. “Aida” tells the story of a doomed love triangle involving the Pharaoh’s daughter, the enslaved Nubian princess Aida and the ambitious soldier they both love. Aida reflects Verdi’s great musical genius at its most voluptuous. Thrill to some of opera’s greatest arias, most powerful choruses and the stirring Triumphal March.

Carl St.Clair, conductor
Pacific Chorale — John Alexander, artistic director
Pacific Symphony

Verdi: Aida

Preview Talk with host Alan Chapman at 7 p.m.

Running time (approximate): 3 hours

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