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Articles tagged with "Eugene Onegin"

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’.

Holding up a mirror: How opera composers reflect community and society

19 November 2015

Composers have long experimented with different ways of giving a sense of community, often using the chorus to highly dramatic effect.

Cast change: Artur Ruciński to sing in Eugene Onegin on 4 and 7 January 2016

19 November 2015

Polish baritone to replace Dmitri Hvorostovsky in the title role

Listen: Nicole Car on Carmen and Eugene Onegin — 'The Royal Opera House is a Mecca for singers'

19 October 2015

The hotly tipped Australian soprano on how jazz has influenced her operatic voice and preparing for two high-profile roles at the ROH over the coming months.

Winter Season 2015/16

15 April 2015

Highlights this Season include a new Royal Opera production of Chabrier’s delightful comedy L’Etoile, Will Tuckett's Elizabeth and a Royal Ballet mixed programme devoted entirely to work by Christopher Wheeldon.

Opera and Music 2015/16

15 April 2015

Details of The Royal Opera’s 2015/16 Season have been announced.

Watch: Thiago Soares and Valeri Hristov on dancing the role of Onegin

4 February 2015

The Royal Ballet dancers on John Cranko's masterpiece and the challenges of performing the demanding title role.

Ingenious, expressive, and unconventional: Onegin and the use of gesture

20 January 2015

Choreographer John Cranko brings to life the internal worlds of his characters through expressive movement in his ballet adaptation of Pushkin’s poem.

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.

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