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AIDA

all-trans retinoic acid, idarubicin. (chemotherapeutic agents used to treat promyelocytic leukemia).
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By boat, the High Priest, Ramfis, brought Amneris to the Temple.
Amneris (Zarui Vardandean) suspects an affair between Aida and Radames, the leader of the Egyptian army.
While the title role offers many great moments for a soprano, Amneris is equally demanding for any mezzo soprano like Nadezhda, and considered by many to be just as fine a role.
As the spoilt and malicious Amneris,Owens was not only a better singer but the better actress of the pair.
She's the third side of a love triangle between soldier Radames (Cassidy) and Aida (Simone), the Nubian slave he captures and gives to Amneris as a gift.
Particularly effective were Liliana Lavric as the Egyptian princess Amneris, Melania Ghioalda as Aida and Alexandr Guret as Radames.
Amneris can also strike for Charlton in the Portman Square Let Loose Maiden Stakes (4.
Sting teamed up with reggae veterans Sly & Robbie for Another Pyramid, while Tina Turner, Boys II Men, Shania Twain, James Taylor and Lenny Kravitz all help to tell, through song, the tragic story of a love triangle between slave Aida, Egyptian Princess Amneris and Ramades, the soldier they both love.
NEW YORK -- Aida makes its debut on THIRTEEN'S Great Performances at the Met with soprano Violeta Urmana singing the title role for the first time with the company and mezzo-soprano Dolora Zajick as Amneris, one of her most acclaimed signature roles.
8 The Metropolitan Opera - Aida (TBC) The Met's unforgettable production of Verdi's ancient Egyptian drama stars Liudmyla Monastyrska as the enslaved Ethiopian princess caught in a love triangle with the heroic Radames, played by Roberto Alagna, and the proud Egyptian princess Amneris, sung by Olga Borodina.
She conveyed the pride and defiance of the captive Ethiopian convincingly in the Act I "Ritorna vincitor" and her anguish in Act III's "Qui Radarnes verra," when she wrestles with the dilemma of loving her enemy while being loyal to her father and country In scenes with her romantic rival, Amneris (Russian mezzo Elena Bocharova), and especially with her father, Amonasro (American baritone Donnie Ray Albert), Brown displayed excellent dramatic instincts and impressive vocal color.
Her royalty is unknown to all except Mereb, a servant, and she is given to the Egyptian princess Amneris as her handmaiden and the two gradually become friends.