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Lyric Opera of Chicago


Starts at
03/09/2024 - 04/07/2024

Giuseppe Verdi Opera at its grandest! While Aida delights audiences with its visual splendor, it also captivates them with a score ranging from exquisitely intimate arias to deeply dramatic duets and trios, and the most thrilling choruses Verdi ever composed. At Lyric Opera of Chicago, each of the five principal artists boasts not only a sumptuously beautiful voice, but also the charismatic presence to bring these characters and the opera's story of a riveting love triangle vividly to life. Conducting Francesca Zambello’s striking production will be Music Director Enrique Mazzola, acknowledged internationally as an exceptionally authoritative Verdian. Language: Sung in Italian with projected English titles Running Time: 3 hours, including 1 intermission Location: Lyric Opera House



Lyric Opera of Chicago, 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 860, Chicago, IL 60606


Starts at
03/22/2024 - 03/24/2024

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Lyric Opera of Chicago invites you to experience Mozart’s Requiem. Legend has it that Mozart believed he was writing the Requiem for his own funeral. Other composers completed it after his death, but — miraculously — this is not only a totally unified work musically, but one of the greatest choral pieces ever written. It offers a sublime beauty and dignity that leaves audiences profoundly moved and memorably uplifted. Under Music Director Enrique Mazzola, these concerts present a unique opportunity to celebrate the extraordinary Lyric Opera Orchestra and Chorus, and will also feature additional Mozart repertoire. Language: Latin Running Time: 2 hours and 15 minutes, including 1 intermission Location: Lyric Opera House


Midsummer Night's Dream

The Joffrey Ballet, Lyric Opera House, 20 North Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60606


Starts at
04/25/2024 - 05/05/2024

Far from a Shakespearean tale, Ekman’s 'Midsummer Night’s Dream' is a mind-bending trip to a surreal realm of unearthly delights. Set during the traditional Scandinavian summer solstice festival, dancers celebrate a day of revelry and romance under the maypole, which soon unravels into an otherworldly dream. Ekman’s picturesque fusion of classical and contemporary ballet blurs the line between the real and the imagined and makes us wonder, is it all a dream?

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