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Erkel Színház (Erkel Theatre)II. János Pál pápa tér 30., Budapest, Central Hungary, H-1087, Hungary
January 20 18:00, January 21 11:00, January 22 18:00, January 26 18:00, January 27 18:00, January 28 11:00, January 29 18:00
Hungarian State Opera
Marco CominConductor
János MohácsiDirector
Khell ZsoltSet Designer
Kriszta RemeteCostume Designer
István KovácsBassKing of Egypt
Ferenc CserhalmiBassKing of Egypt
Ildikó KomlósiMezzo-sopranoAmneris
Erika GálMezzo-sopranoAmneris
Eszter SümegiSopranoAida
Csilla BorossSopranoAida
Attila FeketeTenorRadamès
Atilla Kiss BTenorRadamès
Alexandru AgacheBaritoneAmonasro
Anatoliy FokanovBaritoneAmonasroJan 20, 21 mat, 22, 26, 27, 28 mat, 29
András PalerdiBassRamfis
Gábor GézaBassRamfis
Melinda HeiterMezzo-sopranoPriestess
Szilvia VörösMezzo-sopranoPriestess
Gergely UjváriTenorA messenger
Hungarian State Opera Orchestra
Hungarian State Opera Chorus

The vulnerable protagonists of Aida face an agonising moral dilemma: to what should they be loyal? To their homelands? To their families? Or to their love? 
The story of the opera is a product of war: not only in its writing, but on the stage as well. The sounds of war resonate throughout the tale of the captive Ethiopian princess and king, and the Egyptian commander brought down by and for love. Although Egypt wins a pyrrhic victory, this triumph desired by so many brings ruin to all who wished for it.

This is a story about war, a topic as old as man and which will continue as long as our species. War chooses life or death for millions, divides families and lovers, and permeates warring countries and their people of every order and rank, from pharaoh to slave.
But there is one thing that can never be vanquished: the purity of the soul.

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