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Aida by Giuseppe Verdi /

Embassy of Egypt / Friday

May 17, 2019

Under the Gracious Patronage of H. E. Yasser Reda Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt and Mrs. Nahla Reda

Featuring: Rochelle Bard, Arnold Rawls, Lisa Chavez, & Kevin Short with Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Maestro Julien Benichou

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Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt

3521 International Court, NW

Washington, DC 20008

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Friday, 17 May 2019

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6:30 PM ~ Reception

7 PM ~ Dinner Provided by Award-Winning Embassy Chef

8 PM ~ Performance

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Tickets:

Box Seat Reserved $250

Front Seat Reserved $125

Middle Unreserved $75

Rear Unreserved $50

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Reservations: InstantSeats

For group sales, call: (202) 386-6008

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Director’s Garden Party ~ Saturday August 24, 2019

“An Evening Under the Stars” ~ Enjoy the waning days of summer in the Garden of the Executive Director, Michael Reilly. This fanciful summer event, back by popular demand, and for the third year in a row, will feature an elegant outdoor show, great food, and good friends. Consider becoming a major donor and receive your VIP Invitation as our special guest!

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Il Trovatore by Giuseppe Verdi – Saturday September 28

Considered by many to be one of Verdi’s grandest operas, and one which is rarely done in Washington. This Production will feature Spanish tenor Israel Lozano as lead tenor Manrico and Egyptian soprano Fairouz Foty in her interpretation of Leonora, a lady of nobility, and Anamer Castrello, our leading mezzo-soprano in her role as Azucena. This Production will continue to set the Washington Opera Society apart as it embarks on a new challenge with towering music, duets, ensembles, and thrilling choruses. Dinner included.

Venue to be announced.

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Das Land des Lächelns ~ Saturday, November 23, 2019

This operetta is one of the most beautiful and rarely produced in the repertoire. Another Washington premiere! Your hearts will melt as forbidden love goes awry with unforgettable melodies and lots of romance as Chinese Prince Su-Chong entices and overwhelms our Austrian Countess, Lisa. Chorus, and orchestra conducted by Maestro Julien Benichou.

German Dinner included.

Venue to be announced.

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