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La Traviata (from 22nd June), Il Trovatore (from 6th July) and Rigoletto (from 9th August).From 31st August, also Roméo et Juliette by Charles Gounod, a permanent opera of the Arena repertoire, will be on stage.Then we will enjoy Verdi's music again, with Messa da Requiem, on 13th July: the Arena di Verona Orchestra and Choir, together with the Orchestra and Choir of the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, will be conducted byMyung-Whun Chung. On 17th July, a Gala will be dedicated to the composer from Busseto, with three great conductors who will be protagonists on stage: Andrea Battistoni, Riccardo Frizza and Omer Meir Wellber.2013 will also be the year of the bicentennial of the German composer Richard Wagner's birth. On 15th August, a Gala will be dedicated to him and to Verdi, starring the young and famous Daniel Harding, who will conduct Plácido Domingo together with the greatest singers of Wagner's repertoire, such as Evelyn Herlitzius, Violeta Urmana, Vitaly Kovaliov, and Verdian singers such as Martina Serafin.The 20th August Gala, in which the M° Domingo will conduct the winners of the latest editions of the Operalia competition, completes the programme. Fondazione Arena is pleased to announce to his audience that Maestro Plácido Domingo, discharged a few days ago from the hospital in Madrid where he was admitted last week for a pulmonary embolism, told he will participate to the commitments provided as singer and as conductor for the Centennial Festival of the Arena di Verona, where he is also Honorary Artistic Director. In these days of rest in Madrid, Domingo is already preparing for his return to the Arena di Verona: on thursday 15th August in the Gala conducted by Daniel Harding and dedicated to Verdi and Wagner; on sunday 18th in the role of Nabucco, on tuesday 20th he will perform with the winners of the famous Operalia Competition, on 16th and 23rd August he will go up on the podium to conduct two performances of Rigoletto and finally on saturday 24th August he will conduct the Aida inspired by the original 1913 stage design. '> From 14th June to 8th September, 58 performances for 6 titles and 3 Gala nights welcome you at the Arena di Verona for the 91st edition of the Opera Festival, dedicated to the great composer Giuseppe Verdi, on the occasion of the bicentennial of his birth. In order to celebrate the first century of the Arena di Verona Opera Festival, and to inaugurate the next 100 years of great opera, the Centennial Festival 2013 will see the very well-known Plácido Domingo as Honorary Artistic Director; he will also be conductor and singer on the greatest stage in the world.   The new awaited set design of Aida by La Fura dels Baus will inaugurate the Festival. Aida, the opera in the Arena par excellence, will be also displayed in its 1913 Recalling by Gianfranco de Bosio, starting from 10th August. From 15th June, Nabucco will be on stage, together with Verdi's Popular Trilogy, composed by La Traviata (from 22nd June), Il Trovatore (from 6th July) and Rigoletto (from 9th August).From 31st August, also Roméo et Juliette by Charles Gounod, a permanent opera of the Arena repertoire, will be on stage.Then we will enjoy Verdi's music again, with Messa da Requiem, on 13th July: the Arena di Verona Orchestra and Choir, together with the Orchestra and Choir of the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, will be conducted byMyung-Whun Chung. On 17th July, a Gala will be dedicated to the composer from Busseto, with three great conductors who will be protagonists on stage: Andrea Battistoni, Riccardo Frizza and Omer Meir Wellber.2013 will also be the year of the bicentennial of the German composer Richard Wagner's birth. On 15th August, a Gala will be dedicated to him and to Verdi, starring the young and famous Daniel Harding, who will conduct Plácido Domingo together with the greatest singers of Wagner's repertoire, such as Evelyn Herlitzius, Violeta Urmana, Vitaly Kovaliov, and Verdian singers such as Martina Serafin.The 20th August Gala, in which the M° Domingo will conduct the winners of the latest editions of the Operalia competition, completes the programme. Fondazione Arena is pleased to announce to his audience that Maestro Plácido Domingo, discharged a few days ago from the hospital in Madrid where he was admitted last week for a pulmonary embolism, told he will participate to the commitments provided as singer and as conductor for the Centennial Festival of the Arena di Verona, where he is also Honorary Artistic Director. In these days of rest in Madrid, Domingo is already preparing for his return to the Arena di Verona: on thursday 15th August in the Gala conducted by Daniel Harding and dedicated to Verdi and Wagner; on sunday 18th in the role of Nabucco, on tuesday 20th he will perform with the winners of the famous Operalia Competition, on 16th and 23rd August he will go up on the podium to conduct two performances of Rigoletto and finally on saturday 24th August he will conduct the Aida inspired by the original 1913 stage design.