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Articles tagged with "Alexander Pushkin"

Watch: Semyon Bychkov on Eugene Onegin – ‘The story that touches everyone’

23 November 2015

The acclaimed Russian conductor explores his personal response to this great Russian opera, one of his ‘first operatic loves’.

Onegin’s morals: The etiquette of duelling in 19th-century Russia

16 January 2015

Eugene Onegin kills his friend in a duel, but he is no psychopath - he acts according to a prevailing moral code. So did Pushkin, in the duel that killed him…

Onegin dance highlight: The Mirror Motif

12 January 2015

One of the most striking choreographic devices John Cranko uses to tell Tatiana’s story.

Six to ten: Russian Literature on stage

4 September 2012

A further five adaptations of famous Russian works.