Buried desires and dreams corroded with rust
Potent emotion and sweeping drama take the stage as Tatyana’s confession of love is rejected by Onegin who, a little too late, realizes his mistake.
Tchaikovsky’s lush melodies create the intense drama of one of Pushkin’s greatest stories and Alessandro Talevi’s new production centers on the opera’s nostalgic theme of what was, what was not and what could have been.
Performed at The Crosby Theatre
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Instant Translation Screen
March 29, 1879 at the Maly Theatre, Moscow
Production support generously provided by
Robert & Ellen Vladem
The performances of Nicole Car and Etienne Dupuis are supported by
The Joseph and Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation
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