For the first time on the stage of the Royal Opera House, the Bolshoi presents its powerful 2006 production of Tchaikovsky’s supreme masterpiece. Read More >
Tchaikovsky’s supreme masterpiece Eugene Onegin was first performed at the Bolshoi Theatre in 1879. Now, for the first time on the stage of the Royal Opera House, the Bolshoi brings its powerful 2006 production directed by the award-winning Dmitri Tcherniakov.
The Bolshoi’s singers, including the sensational Ekaterina Scherbachenko, perform Pushkin’s tragic story of the passion of the innocent, ardent Tatiana for the charismatic Onegin, in scenes of torment, intimacy, beauty, tragedy and spectacle.
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