Opera Aida was written by world famous Italian musician Verdi on the story of the French archaeologist Auguste Mariette.
The performance of Opera Aida comes to celebrate the 150th anniversary of its first presentation in Egypt in 1871.
From chariot racing to opera: Verdi comes to Rome's Circus Maximus.
Opera Aida manuscripts were discovered by French archaeologist Auguste Marietta in the Nile Valley. A manuscript is a 4-page story.
Egypt Today breaks down opera fans’ attraction to “Aida” opera by Giuseppe Verdi into three major values.
“Il Trovatore” is a part of Verdi’s Spanish folklore trilogy, consisting of operas “La Triviata”, “Rigoletto”, and “Il Trovatore”.