Giuseppe Verdi

June 24, 26, July 1, 4, 8, 10, 16, 19 (matinee 2pm), 21, 24 at 7.30pm

New production, first ever by OHP

Opera in four acts

Sung in Italian with English surtitles Libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni

With the City of London Sinfonia and the Opera Holland Park Chorus

Audio described performance 19 July.

Ticket Prices
Blue price band 
Red price band £70
Green price band £60
Yellow price band £50
Pink price band £17


Running Times:

The performance begins at 7.30pm with a 25 minute interval at 8.55pm. The second half will begin at 9.20pm and the performance will end at 10.25pm.



One of the great misunderstood operas of the 19th Century, Aida is more than an epic procession: the choruses, scale and the perception are countered by what is a deeply intimate final dénouement. The opera has its Kings, Princesses and High Priests but at the final reckoning, the frailty of individual human nature is the most powerful image we are left with. Verdi gave his masterwork some of the greatest choruses and arias of the era and it is rare for this opera to receive productions at houses in London.

Production supported by Opera Holland Park Friends Production Syndicate

Cast and Creatives

Associate Conductor
Chorus Master
Manlio Benzi
Daniel Slater
Robert Innes Hopkins
Dane Lam
(8 & 10 July only)
Maxine Braham
Nicholas Jenkins


The King
A Messenger
A Priestess
Gweneth-Ann Jeffers
Peter Auty
Heather Shipp
Graeme Broadbent
Jonathan Veira
Keel Watson
Peter Davoren
Emily Blanch