2 hr 40 min
Aida, an Ethiopian princess, has been enslaved after Egypt conquered her country. As handmaiden to Princess Amneris she falls in love with Radames, the general at the head of the army. Torn between her love of her country and the flame of her desire, Aida is unable to choose...

Author: Giuseppe Verdi, libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni based on a plot by Auguste-Édouard Mariette
Staging: Phelim McDermott
With the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, conducted by Antonino Fogliani, and the Grand Théâtre de Genève choir, conducted by Alan Woodbridge
Cast: Najmiddin Mavlyanov (Radames), Serena Farnocchia (Aida), Anna Smirnova (Amneris), Alexey Markov (Amonasro), Liang Li (Ramfis), Donald Thomson (the king of Egypt), Denzil Delaere (a messenger), Claire de Sévigné (the high priestess)
Directed by: Sébastien Glas (Switzerland, 2019)
Registered at the Grand Théâtre de Genève in October 2019.