Pyotr Tchaikovsky

Eugene Onegin

Евгений Онегин

The performance, which has become the calling card of the Bolshoi Theatre in the 21st century, is an ideal example of a vibrant and innovative approach to the classics. On stage, there are only sharp, genuine emotions, without any archival dust. The characters of Pushkin and Tchaikovsky are not phantoms of the distant past, but flesh-and-blood individuals. The musical interpretation by Alexander Vedernikov is impeccable: the orchestra's intricate work leaves no room to question why the composer classified "Eugene Onegin" as lyric scenes.




2 hours 30 minutes




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