Production reviews (3)

2 Oct - 2 Oct 2022
Aida, Verdi,  
San Diego Opera  | Performances (3)
  | Conductor: Joseph Colaneri
 | Stage director: Alan E Hicks
21 October 2019operawire.comMaria Nockin
San Diego Opera 2019-20 Review: Aida
With the help of Stage Director Alan E. Hicks, each of the principals created a memorable character that grew with the increasingly intense emotions of the libretto.
2 Oct - 2 Oct 2022
Aida, Verdi,  
Pittsburgh Opera  | Performances (4)
  | Conductor: Antony Walker
 | Stage director: Crystal Manich
13 October 2013archive.triblive.comMARK KANNY
Review: Spectacular 'Aida' boasts thrilling music, performances
“Aida” is set in ancient Eqypt and is most famous for the spectacle of the “Triumphal Scene,” in which the Egyptian army returns victorious — with prisoners and spoils of war — after having beaten the Ethiopian army. Latonia Moore commanded the stage as “Aida,” a role she's performed at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. He voice is lustrous and smooth on top, and has an emotio...
23 October 2013rovingpittsburgher.blogspot.comAngel Thomas-Williams
Giuseppe Verdi's "Aida"
The opera that I attended on opening night was astonishing. The orchestra played relaxingly and mellifluously to the ear. The setting to Giuseppe Verdi’s version of “Aida” was located in Egypt. Aida played by Latonia Moore, was a gorgeous Ethiopian servant to Amneris from Egypt and also a princess. The tone of the opening act was quite calm.The costumes used in the Opera fit perfectl...