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EUGÈNE ONÉGUINE

Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovski (1840-1893)
Lyrical drama in three acts and seven scenes
Libretto by Constantin Shilovsky and the composer, based on the novel by Alexander Pushkine
Season 2021-22
Duration: 3h10
Incl. 2 intermissions
12 ans

"We don't resurrect the past"

When Tatyana declares her love for Onegin, does she suspect for a moment that he will reject her, preferring to flirt with her sister Olga, to the great displeasure of his friend Lensky? However, Onegin does not realize that by refusing, he reaches the point of no return. And when, a few years later, he is overcome with a powerful admiration when he sees Tatyana again, transformed by her social ascension, it is unfortunately too late. Onegin has no choice but to sink into deep despair.

Pushkin’s novel depicts Russian life from the peaceful countryside of the Urals to the worldly world of Moscow. Tchaikovsky found the material for one of his most popular and powerful works. His music, based on a strong emotional aesthetic, is a kind of individual confession that highlights the tortured feelings of the protagonists.

Gavriel Heine
Conductor
Kostas Smoriginas 
Eugene Onegin
Pavel Petrov 
Vladimir Lensky
Natalia Tanasii
Tatyana

First performance at the Small Theater of the Imperial College of Music in Moscow, March 29, 1879

Eugene Onegin
Kostas Smoriginas 
Tatyana
Natalia Tanasii
Vladimir Lensky
Pavel Petrov 
Olga
Irina Maltseva
Madame Larina
Susanne Gritschneder
Filipyevna
Qiulin Zhang
Prince Gremin
Alexander Bezrukov
Zaretsky
Alexandre Diakoff
Monsieur Triquet
Jean Miannay
Conductor
Gavriel Heine
Director and Costumes
Éric Vigié
Set design
Gary McCann
Lighting
Henri Merzeau
Director's Assistant and Choregraphy
Jean-Philippe Guilois
Costumes' Assistant
Karolina Luisoni
Videography
Gianfranco Bianchi

Some extracts from the rehearsal

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Some extracts from the rehearsal