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Based on Pushkin's masterpiece of Russian literature, Tchaikovsky's great opera tells of the fated love between the innocent Tatyana and the world-weary cynic Eugene Onegin. The opera includes the famous 'letter scene', a tour-de-force of the soprano repertoire, in which Tatyana dramatically and magnificently declares her true love for Onegin, a love that is tragically rejected. The ensuing maelstrom of emotions ends in duel between Onegin and his best friend, the poet, Lensky, which leaves Lensky dead and Onegin devastated. Years later, at the St Petersburg Ball, Onegin meets Tatyana again and realises his mistake, but now the married Tatyana is unable to accept his love.Performers Diana Montague (Madame Larina), Ekaterina Scherbachenko (Tatyana), Ekaterina Sergeeva (Olga), Irina Tchistjakova (Filipyevna), Edgaras Montvidas (Lensky), Andrei Bondarenko (Eugene Onegin), Francois Piolino (Monsieur Triquet), Taras Shtonda (Prince Gremin), Scott Conner (Zaretsky).
Music Tchaikovsky. Book by Pushkin. Lyrics Shilovsky. Producer Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Conductor Omer Meir Wellber. Director Graham Vick. Design Richard Hudson. Choreographer Ron Howell. Lighting Matthew Richardson. Company London Philharmonic Orchestra. Company The Glyndebourne Chorus.
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