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Ritorna vincitor! from Aida


From Aida at Bergen National Opera, November 2014: The struggle between love and duty lies at the heart of this fascinating opera. With a chorus of nearly 200 singers, a huge orchestra and fantastic soloists, this is "Grand opéra" at its finest.

Latonia Moore, one of todays most acclaimed Aidas sings the title role, with Massimiliano Pisapia as Radamés.
Amneris: Nino Surguladze
Amonasro: Lester Lynch
Ramfis: Marco Spotti
King of Egypt: Paolo Battaglia
A Priestess: Mariann Fjeld-Solberg
Messenger: Aled Hall

Andrew Litton conducts the Bergen Philharmonic in the sumptuous score.

Presented by Bergen National Opera, in cooperation with Edvard Grieg Choir and the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Edvard Grieg Choir
Bergen Philharmonic Choir
Collegium Musicum Choir

Choir Master / Håkon Matti Skrede


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