Claimed to be adapted from a scenario by the French Egyptologist Auguste Mariette’s, Aida was written in four acts by the Italian librettist Antonio Ghislanzoni. It was premiered at Cairo’s Khedivial Opera House in Cairo, Egypt, on December 24, 1871.
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Originated from William Shakespeare’s renowned tragedy King Lear, Lear is written by the famous librettist, Claus H. Henneberg. It was performed for the first time on July 9th, 1978 at the National Theatre Munich, under the conduction of the German conductor Gerd Albrecht.
Under the conduction of the leading Swiss conductor Philippe Jordan, Richard Strauss’ comic opera Der Rosenkavalier (The Knight of the Rose) is at Opera Bastille from 09th until 31st, May 2016.
From March 19 until April 16, 2016, Opera Bastille welcomes the Russian and Soviet composer Sergei Prokofiev’s fine ballet, Romeo and Juliet, a ballet adapted from William Shakespeare’s tragic play of the same name and choreographed by the great choreographer, Rudolf Nureyev.
Visit opera Bastille from April 09 to May 30, 2016, and be among those who will be present at the new show of Giuseppe Verdi’s opera Rigoletto.