From Tuesday you can get tickets for the opera “Aida” at the Teatro Argentino

From Tuesday you can get tickets for the opera “Aida” at the Teatro Argentino


The opera “Aida” by Giuseppe Verdi will be presented from next May 20 in the renovated Sala Alberto Ginastera of the Teatro Argentino de La Plata, and from this Tuesday from noon you can reserve online free tickets for that day and for the functions of May 21 and 23.

Tickets must be obtained through the link published on the website and on the social networks of the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires and the Teatro Argentino.

“Aída” is a lyrical opera that has four acts, with the musical direction of Carlos Vieu and the stage direction of María Concepción Perre and María de la Paz Perre. The Orchestra, the Choir and the Stable Ballet will intervene and it will be the first lyrical title of the 2023 Season that commemorates the 210th. anniversary of the birth of the composer that gives its name to the room.

Likewise, people over 65 years of age will also have the option of reserving tickets in person, through a quota of tickets allocated for this purpose, by going to the Theater box office and presenting their ID. For the performances on May 20, 21 and 23, they can attend on Tuesday the 16th and Wednesday the 17th, from 12 to 18, and for the performances on May 27 and 28, they must attend on Tuesday the 23rd and Wednesday the 24th, also from 12 to 18.

These activities that take place at the Teatro Argentino Cultural Center for the Arts are included within those scheduled by the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires.

The return of lyrical activity with “Aída” implies a great show that involves, among solo singers, members of the Orchestra, the Choir and the Ballet and extras, more than 220 people, with an estimated total duration, including the only interval planned, 160 minutes.

In addition to “Aida” the lyrical activity will continue for the rest of the year. In June, it will be time for Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet” (ballet); in August “Giselle” by Adam; September and October Verdi’s “Falstaff” (concert); and in December “The Nutcracker” by Tchaikovsky (ballet).

Source: Ambito

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