29 December 2015 at 1.50pm | 20 Comments
— Mark Ronan (@mark1ronan) December 20, 2015
Most exciting music making under Maestro Bychkov, especially orchestra and chorus! #ROHeugeneonegin
— Yosh M (@yoshkosh10) December 22, 2015
I wish I could be positive about #ROHeugeneonegin but I found the staging & much of the singing bland & the conducting far too weighty
— Operatraveller (@Operatraveller) December 22, 2015
Many bits of symbolic pieces to unpack in this production. Loved the seducer's dance scene and the doubling of characters #ROHeugeneonegin
— Mary Grace Nguyen (@MaryGNguyen) December 19, 2015
#ROHEugeneOnegin so relentlessly bland, I left at the interval. Like watching a school drama project. Hope new regime bans these productions
— Attila (@attilalondon) December 22, 2015
— James Fish (@jamesefish) December 20, 2015
— Ian Jones (@hmmrsmth) December 19, 2015
#ROHeugeneonegin production looks much neater this time, but still don't get that "split personality" which seems to dilute the emotions.
— Wisdom Hill (@Scarlet2046) December 19, 2015
— sakipol (@sakipol) December 24, 2015
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Eugene Onegin runs until 7 January 2016. Tickets are still available.
The production is a co-production with Teatro Regio di Torino and Opera Australia, and is given with generous philanthropic support from the Danish Research Foundation.