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Opera Naples presents Verdi’s Egyptian epic, with stunning costumes and sets in this fully staged production. An explosive tale of forbidden love, power and loyalty amidst the sorrows of war, Aida is known for its grand pageantry and the famous Triumphal March.
(sung in Italian with English supertitles)

Ramón Tebar, Conductor
Chuck Hudson, Stage Director
Christine Carrillo, Choreographer
Svetlana Aksenova, Aida*
Marianne Cornetti, Amneris
Steven Humes, Ramfis
Marc Heller, Radamès
Gordon Hawkins, Amonasro

*The role of Aida is generously underwritten by Ed and Cindy Stegemann.

RAMÓN TEBAR is considered one of the leading Spanish conductors of his generation. Recently appointed new Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of Valencia Symphony Orchestra in Spain for a first period of four years, he holds other positions in both America and Europe such as: Opera Naples (Artistic Director, 2014-…), Palau de Les Arts Reina Sofia (Principal Guest Conductor, 2015-…); Florida Grand Opera (Music Director and Principal Conductor, 2010-…, being the first Spanish conductor to be appointed Music Director of an American opera company); Palm Beach Symphony (Artistic Director and Principal Conductor, 2007-…); Santo Domingo Music Festival (2009-2015).

Acclaimed for his musical versatility, compelling interpretations and orchestra building skills, conductor Ramón Tebar’s international reputation in both the opera and orchestral arenas continues to expand. Among the orchestras and opera companies he has conducted and will conduct are: Philharmonia Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony, St. Petersburg Symphony, Moscow State Symphony, Malasyan Philharmonic, Orchestre de Rouen, Het Gelders Orkest, Bulgarian National Radio Symphony, Munich Radio Symphony, Prague Philharmonia, Spanish National Orchestra (OCNE), Spanish Radio Television Orchestra (ORTVE), Barcelona Symphony Orchestra (OBC), Galicia Symphony Orchestra (OSG), Valencia Orchestra,…Teatro Regio di Torino, Teatro Regio di Parma, Cincinnati Opera, Teatro Colón (Buenos Aires), Gran Teatre del Liceu, Kremlin Palace, Royal Festival Hall, Kölner Philharmonie, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Wiener Staatsoper,…

Ramón Tebar has been recognized with various honors and awards, including the Henry C. Clark Conductor of the Year Award by Florida Grand Opera in 2010 and 2013, The Miami Herald as “Top 20 under 40” and “100 españoles by Marca España”. In 2014, he was bestowed the Cross of Officer of the Order of Mérito Civil in recognition of his cultural accomplishments by His Majesty, the King of Spain Felipe VI.


Chuck Hudson has directed opera productions at major international companies including Cape Town Opera (South Africa), Cincinnati Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Minnesota Opera, Atlanta Opera, Sacramento Opera, Austin Lyric Opera, Hawaii Opera Theatre, Opera Cleveland, Seattle Opera, San Francisco Opera Center, Wolf Trap Opera, Opera Santa Barbara, among others. He has directed award winning theatre productions in New York and regionally, including The Pearl Theatre, The Chester Theater, Cape May Stage, The Children’s Theatre Festival of Houston, New City Theatre, and Chicago’s Fox Valley Shakespeare Festival. Chuck’s work as a director was mentioned in the January 2011 Edition of American Theatre Magazine. In addition to directing, Chuck continues to focus on work with young professional artists. He was a co-creator of Seattle Opera’s Young Artist Program where he directed productions as well as created and instructed specialized classes on Acting and Movement skills for singers. He has directed productions at San Francisco Opera’s Merola Program, Santa Fe Opera’s Apprentice Artist Program, AVA Opera Theater, BU Opera Institute, USC-Thornton Opera, Carnegie-Mellon, Manhattan School of Music Opera Theater, Cincinnati Conservatory, Indiana University Opera Theatre, and Music Academy of the West. He was the Artistic Associate of La Lingua della Lirica for two seasons in Italy, a guest artist at S.I.V.A.M. in Mexico City and has been an annual Master Teacher at San Francisco Opera’s Merola and Adler Fellows programs for more than a decade.

Chuck travels annually to Australia to work with singers at The Melba Opera Trust in Melbourne, The Sydney Conservatorium, N.I.D.A., Opera Australia Young Artist Program, the Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts in Perth, and professional singers via the Opera and Arts Support Group. He directed the Australian Premiere of the German Opera by Goetz based on Shakespeare’s THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (at WAAPA), was a Guest Director at the Melbourne Conservatory of Music’s Opera Training Program, and presented public Showcases for professional singers at the residence of the American Consul General in Sydney for the Opera and Arts Support Group. The Dame Kiri Te Kanawa Foundation has also invited Chuck to work with their singers New Zealand where he is now an annual master teacher. For 7 years Chuck was Artistic Director of The Immediate Theatre in Seattle: a physically based company committed to the creation of visually exciting dramatic works. Chuck’s specialty in movement comes from a background in gymnastics as well as being one of three Americans to have received a diploma from the Marcel Marceau International School of Mimedrama in Paris. He is the only American to be appointed to teach at Marceau’s School, and he performed with Marceau on his 1991 European Tour and in Klaus Kinski’s film Paganini. Chuck also studied at the Paris School for Theatrical Fencing and was awarded an Honorary Diploma from the French Academy of Arms. Acting roles include Orsino in Twelfth Night, Brutus in Julius Caesar, and Petruchio in Taming of the Shrew with the Seattle Shakespeare Festival, and Caliban in The Tempest with his own Immediate Theatre.
Awards and Award Winning Productions
  1. 2012, 2013, 2014 Dame Joan Sutherland Grants from the Australia-America Foundation
  2. 2014 VCA & MCM Master Teacher Program Grant: supported by the state government through Arts Victoria (Australia)
  3. 2013 production of “LE NOZZE DI FIGARO“: Austin Critics Table Award for Best Opera
  4. 2008 production of LA BOHEME received a National Opera Association award.
  5. 2002 off-Broadway production of SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER received a Joe A. Callaway Award from The Actors Equity Association.
  6. 1994 production of WOYZECK received a Seattle Times award for Best Production of the Year.
  7. 1987 Full Scholarship Grant from the French Ministry of Culture and Foreign Affairs for the final year of study at L’Ecole Internationale de Mimodrame de Paris-Marcel Marceau.

Christine Carrillo

World acclaimed Principal Dancer with Lyric Opera House, Hubbard Street Dance Company, and Civic Ballet of Chicago. Christine performed in the Spoleto Dance Festival in Italy, and at the Amsterdam Festival in Den Haag. Christine received the prestigious Ruth Page Award, as “Best Dancer of the Award in 2001.” Christine choreographed with Southwest Symphony Orchestra and The Repertory Theater in the collaboration of “A Soldiers Tale” and performed as the “Ballerina Princess” In 2003-2007 she danced in the Opera “Aida” and “Mid Summer’s Marriage”, she was Guest Artist with Civic Ballet of Chicago in the “Nutcracker” as Snow Queen, and Sugar Plum Fairy, and in “Coppelia” as Swanhilda Christine received a full scholarship to attend the “Fame School” at The Chicago Academy for the Performing Arts. She was on full scholarship at the Ruth Page Foundation, and the Lou Conte Dance School. Christine danced with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago for 13 years. She worked with many choreographers at HSDC. They include Twyla Tharp, (The Tharp Project), Jiri Killian, and Randy Duncan and many others. Christine is delighted to be choreographing for Opera Naples and to return to the stage where she once has danced on.

Svetlana Aksenova has been acclaimed internationally for her performances as Lisa in a new production of The Queen of Spades at the Dutch National Opera, directed by Stefan Herheim and conducted by Mariss Jansons, the title role in Rusalka at the Paris Opera, Cio-Cio-San in Madama Butterfly at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Norwegian National Opera and Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm, and Fevroniya in Dmitry Cherniakov’s production of Rimsky Korsakov’s The Invisible City of Kitezh, first at the Dutch National Opera and then for her debut at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona. Aksenova made her North American debut in the autumn of 2016 as Tatyana in Eugene Onegin with the Dallas Opera and her South American debut in the same role at the Teatro Municipal in Sao Paolo, Brazil. In the summer of 2016, Aksenova made her debut with the Rome Opera as Cio-Cio-San in Madama Butterfly, the same role with which she made her debuts at both the Bavarian State Opera in Munich and Berlin State Opera the following year. In early 2017, she debuted at the Hamburg State Opera as Desdemona in Otello. She returned to the Norwegian National Opera in the summer of 2017 as the title role in a new production of Tosca, directed by Calixto Beito, and later reprised the role in Stuttgart. Aksenova has most recently been recently heard as Cio-Cio-San for her debut at the Zurich Opera, and she will soon make her debut with the Vancouver Opera as Tatyana in Eugene Onegin. Born in St. Petersburg, Aksenova pursued her vocal studies at the renowned Rimsky Korsakov Conservatory, where, while still a student, she came to critical attention for her performance as the title role in Tchaikovsky’s Iolanta. Aksenova was also privileged to participate in master classes with legendary soprano Renato Scotto. She was invited to join the ensemble of the Basel Opera, where over several seasons she developed her repertoire to include such roles as Desdemona, Lisa, Rusalka, Cio-Cio-San, Mimi in La Boheme and Blanche in Dialogues des Carmelites. Aksenova also starred in the title role of Puccini’s Suor Angelica in Dortmund, staged by Cristine Mielitz. Her international debuts followed in rapid succession. Other roles in her operatic repertoire include Amelia in Simon Boccanegra, the title role in Luisa Miller, Marguerite in Faust, Margherita and Elena in Mefistofele, and the title role in Cilea’s Adriana Lecouvreur. Svetlana Aksenova also has a vast concert repertoire, including Vivaldi’s Gloria, Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater and Misa Pastoralis, Brixi’s Magnificat, and Beethoven´s Mass in C Major. She has also sung Berlioz’ Messe Solennelle, Bizet´s Te Deum, Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle and Stabat Mater, Shostakovich and Dvorak´s Stabat Mater, and Mahler´s Fourth Symphony. In 2015, she made her debut with the Grand Theatre in Geneva in concerts of Verdi’s Requiem.
Marianne Cornetti is internationally recognized as one of the leading Verdi mezzo-sopranos of her generation. She has appeared as Amneris in Aida, Azucena in Il Trovatore, Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, and Princess Eboli in Don Carlos at prestigious opera houses across the world, garnering rave reviews and winning the hearts of audiences globally. Opera Magazine claims, “If her timbre did not sear itself into the memory, her vocal command of this redoubtable role was complete” and Seen and Heard International raves, “[Her] voice is a miracle of power and flexibility from top to bottom. It is the emotion which she imparts into her singing, however, that makes her Azucena so memorable… Cornetti imbues each [role] with an emotional force all its own… The cheers and applause that rained down upon her at the end were well deserved.” Acclaimed performances of iconic leading Verdi roles include engagements as Azucena in Il Trovatore at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Metropolitan Opera, Arena di Verona, Bregenz Festival, Teatro Comunale in Florence, National Theatre of China in Beijing, Teatro Muncipal in Sao Paulo, Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Gran Teatre del Liceu, Bavarian State Opera in Munich, La Coruña in Spain, Israeli Opera in Tel Aviv, Teatro Regio in Parma, Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, and in the Teatro Comunale di Bologna's tour in Japan, and as Amneris in Aida at the Teatro alla Scala, Hamburg State Opera, Vienna State Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, New National Theatre Foundation in Tokyo, Theatre Royale de La Monnaie in Brussels, Israeli Opera at Masada, Teatro Massimo in Palermo, Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, Auditorio de Tenerife, and Choregies D'Orange. Engagements in the 2017-2018 season include performances as Princess de Bouillon in Adriana Lecouvreur at the Teatro Massimo of Palermo; Gianni Schicchi and L'enfant e les Sortiléges with the Seiji Ozawa Music Academy Opera Project in Kyoto, Tokyo, and Nagoya, Japan; Un Ballo in Maschera with the Bolshoi Theatre; and a chamber concert at the UK's North Norfolk Music Festival with violist Simon Rowland-Jones and pianist Gary Matthewman in songs by Brahms, Schumann, and Copland. Highlights of Cornetti's recent engagements include her debut as Princess Eboli in Verdi's Don Carlos in Tokyo as well as acclaimed performances in Parma, Bilbao, Rome, Vienna, and London; Un ballo in maschera at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden; her debut as Dame Quickly in Falstaff at the Palacio de la Ópera in La Coruña, Spain, followed by a reprisal of the role at the San Diego Opera; Fidès in Le prophete at the Aalto-Musiktheater Essen; Jezibaba in Rusalka and The Witch in Hansel and Gretel at the Minnesota Opera; Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, Laura in La Gioconda, and Ulrica in Un ballo in maschera with the Deutsche Oper Berlin; Preziosilla in La Forza del Destino at Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, La Monnaie in Brussels, and at Carnegie Hall in New York City; as the title role in La Gioconda at the Rome Opera and Romanian National Opera; and Abigaille in Nabucco at the New National Theatre Foundation in Tokyo, La Monnaie in Brussels, and at the Metropolitan Opera. In 2005, Cornetti sang her first Wagnerian role, appearing as Ortrud in Lohengrin at the Teatro Giuseppe Verdi in Trieste. She continued her excursion into this repertoire with her debut as Brangäne in Tristan und Isolde at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and has since sung the role of Ortrud in Amsterdam, Paris, Sao Paolo, and Palermo, and has appeared as Brangäne in Genoa. Cornetti's verismo repertoire includes Santuzza in Mascagni's Cavalleria rusticana, which she performed at Teatro alla Scala; Princess de Bouillon in Adriana Lecouvreur at the Teatro di San Carlo, Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Teatro Regio in Turin, Opera di Firenze, and Dutch National Opera; and Rosa in Cilea's L'Arlesiana, which she sang to great acclaim at the L'Opera de Montpellier and at Carnegie Hall with the Opera Orchestra of New York. She appears frequently in concert in such works as Verdi's Requiem, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, Rossini's Stabat Mater, Elgar's Sea Picture and De Falla's El Amor Brujo. She has recorded Cilea's L'Arlesiana and Puccini's Edgar opposite Plácido Domingo and was recently featured on a Teatro Regio di Parma recording of Verdi's Don Carlo released in 2017 on the Dynamic record label. Cornetti began her professional career singing supporting roles in such important theaters as the Metropolitan Opera, Pittsburgh Opera and Wolf Trap Opera. For more information, visit www.mariannecornetti.com.
Appearing regularly on the international stage, American bass Steven Humes continues to perform leading roles including König Marke, König Heinrich, Vodník, Hunding, Fafner, Fasolt, Daland, Hermann Landgraf, Sarastro, Ramfis, Oroveso, Wurm, Gremin, Commendatore, Biterolf, Lodovico, Pistola, Alaska-Wolf Joe, Truffaldin, Eremit and Titurel among many others. He continues to appear with many of the world's most important theaters including The Bayerische Staatsoper, Teatro Real in Madrid, Opernhaus Zürich, Théatre des Champs Elysées, Opera di Roma, Opéra Monte Carlo, Teatro Regio in Torino, Hamburg Staatsoper, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, The Bolshoi, the Salzburg Festival, Luxembourg's Les Théâtres de la Ville, Tokyo's Bunka Kaikan and Beijing’s NCPA. Mr. Humes has also been heard throughout the United States in theaters including Los Angeles Opera, Atlanta Opera, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Boston Lyric Opera, Chicago Opera Theater and Chicago's Ravinia Festival. In 2017 Mr. Humes debuted a role as Hermann Landgraf in Tannhäuser at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo, conducted by Nathalie Stutzmann. Recently Mr. Humes saw performances of Lohengrin in St. Gallen, Switzerland in a production by Vincent Boussard. This season he returns to Teatro Regio in Torino as König Marke in a celebrated production of Tristan und Isolde, singing once again under the baton of Gianandrea Noseda. He has previously sung Rocco, Daland and Frere Lawrence in Gounod’s Romeo et Juliette with the company. Other recent highlights are two RING cycles (and their revivals) at Le Grand Théâtre de Genève and the Bayerische Staatsoper, König Marke in Paris, Lohengrin performances in Copenhagen, St. Gallen and Beijing, Macbeth in St. Gallen, König Karl in Fierrabras in Brussels, a tour in France of Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher (Joan of Arc at the Stake) with Marion Cotillard as Joan, Don Giovanni performances in Boston and Bremen, Germany, a revival of Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher at Avery Fisher in New York and a St. Matthew Passion with the Beethoven Orchester in Bonn Germany. Steven was also heard recently in Don Giovanni with the Théatre des Champs Elysées, in Das Rheingold in Monte Carlo and in Semele at the Canadian Opera Company. One of his many DVD recordings is the highly acclaimed double-grammy winning Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny recorded with the Los Angeles opera in 2007. Opera News hailed "Humes was a stentorian Alaska-Wolf Joe". He recorded the role for DVD again in 2010 with a Fura dels Baus production at Madrid's Teatro Real. Other recordings of note include grammy nominated La Traviata with Ivor Bolton conducting, Idomeneo (DVD) in Munich's Cuvilliés-Theatre with Kent Nagano conducting, Alice in Wonderland (DVD) named Best World Premier 2007 by OpernWelt magazine, and both Lucrezia Borgia (DVD) and Roberto Deveraux (DVD) with Edita Gruberova. Sought after as a concert soloist, Mr. Humes has appeared with numerous symphonies including the New York Philharmonic, the Atlanta Symphony and with philharmonic orchestras of Paris, Bonn, Dresden, Bremen, Palma de Mallorca, Munich and Brussels, to name a few. He has performed in many celebrated concert venues including the Vatican, Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, and his repertoire includes Beethoven's 9th Symphony, the Mozart Requiem, Dvořák's Stabat Mater, the Verdi Requiem and Bach's St. Matthew's Passion. Mr. Humes received his musical education at New England Conservatory and Boston University. During 8 years as an ensemble member of the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, Germany, Steven performed over 500 performances.
Marc Heller has appeared at major opera houses across the United States and Europe, including the Metropolitan Opera,  Gran Teatre del Liceu - Barcelona,   New York City Opera, the Royal Swedish Opera - Stockholm, Moscow’s Bolshoi Theater, and others in such roles as Calaf (Turandot), Radames (Aida), Otello, Don Josè (Carmen),  and others. Heller originated the role of the opera’s antagonist, Gao Jian-li, in Tan Dun’s The First Emperor, going on to make his principal   Metropolitan Opera debut in the role opposite Placido Domingo performing the title role. Mr. Heller has enoyed frequent performances of the role of Radames,  including in R.A.I. simulcasts from the Pyramids, and a new production at London's Royal Albert Hall, with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Mr. Heller’s performances on recording include the role of Chairman Mao in Adams’ Nixon in China (Naxos); production of which was nominated for a Grammy Award. In coming seasons, Heller reprises performances as Calaf, and Otello; also making his house and role debuts at Dallas  Opera  in Szymanowski’s Krol Roger,  and in Germany as Wagner’s Tristan, in Tristan und Isolde.
Gordon Hawkins Baritone Gordon Hawkins is critically acclaimed throughout the world for his in-depth interpretations and lush baritone voice. A dramatic baritone with an international reputation as a “Rigoletto specialist,” Mr. Hawkins has delighted audiences as the tragic Verdi underdog in more than 200 performances, most recently with the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, Vancouver Opera, Washington National Opera, Arizona Opera, and Opera Colorado. He is now earning critical acclaim as a Wagner specialist: “Alberich was superbly realized by baritone Gordon Hawkins, in his [Los Angeles Opera] début. Despite wearing a grotesque puppet head and clunky boots that hobbled his movements, Hawkins delivered a sterling vocal characterization of the power-mad Nibelung.” (Opera News). He has been engaged as Alberich in Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen at esteemed international companies including: San Francisco Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Seattle Opera, Washington National Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Teatro de la Maestranza de Sevilla, and the BBC Orchestra at Royal Albert Hall in London. Last season, Mr. Hawkins performed the role of Amonasro in Aïda with Washington National Opera and Seattle Opera; Scarpia in Tosca with Arizona Opera; and in concert sang the baritone solo in Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen and Daniel Bernard Roumain’s Harvest with ASU Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Hawkins’ career is shaped by performances of opera’s most popular baritone roles at leading companies throughout the world. With an impressive repertoire under his belt, some of Mr. Hawkin’s prominent roles include Amonasro in Aïda which he has performed with Lyric Opera of Chicago, Houston Grand Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Michigan Opera Theatre, and The Atlanta Opera; Scarpia in Tosca which he has performed with Cincinnati Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Vancouver Opera, and Arizona Opera; as well as title roles such as Nabucco with Seattle Opera and Opera Carolina and Macbeth also with Seattle Opera. Additional favored engagements have included Thoas in Iphigénie en Tuaride with The Metropolitan Opera; Alvaro in Florencia en el Amazonas with Los Angeles Opera; Alfio in Cavalleria rusticana with Washington National Opera; Count di Luna in Il trovatore with Seattle Opera; Tonio in Pagliacci with Arizona Musicfest; and Renato in Un ballo in maschera with New Orleans Opera and Opéra de Montréal. Internationally, Mr. Hawkins has performed at venues such as Duetsche Oper Berlin as Telramund in Lohenbrin, Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville as Caspar in Der Freischütz, and New National Theatre Tokyo as the Villians in Les contes d’Hoffmann. One of his signature roles, Porgy in Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess has brought him to some of the most esteemed companies and symphonies in the world, including: The Lyric Opera of Chicago, Washington National Opera, Seattle Opera, Michigan Opera Theatre, Dallas Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Toledo Opera, Colorado Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, San Francisco Opera, Jacksonville Symphony, and Festspillene i Bergen in Norway. An accomplished concert artist, some favorite engagements of recent seasons include a Gala Concert for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg in Washington DC; a recital entitled War and Remembrance at The Clarice Center for the Performing Arts; Amonasro in Aïda with St. Louis Symphony; Vaughan Williams’ A Sea Symphony with The Washington Chorus at the Kennedy Center; the world première of Jake Heggie’s A Great Hope Fell with the Eos Orchestra of New York; Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with The Atlanta Symphony and St. Louis Symphony; concert selections from American musicals with Welle WDR 4 in Cologne, Germany; and additional repertoire with the Chicago Symphony, National Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony, The Cincinnati Orchestra, National Theatre Orchestra of Prague, and Vienna Symphony. Mr. Hawkins has been heard on the Live BBC Radio broadcast as Alberich in Götterdämmerung with the BBC Symphony Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall and “Live from the Metropolitan Opera” broadcasts earlier in his career as Marcello in La bohème with Plácido Domingo and Mirella Freni, and Silvano in Un ballo in maschera with Luciano Pavarotti and Aprile Millo. He can be heard as George Milton on the first recording of Carlisle Floyd’s Of Mice and Men with the Houston Grand Opera on Albany Records and the recording of Simon Boccanegra as the title role with the New Zealand International Festival of the Arts. Mr. Hawkins was a winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and the Luciano Pavarotti International Vocal Competition and was awarded the Washington National Opera’s “Artist of the Year” award.


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