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Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Eugen Onegin

Eugen Onegin
Lyric scenes in three acts in the Russian language

Friday 10. November 2017 - 19:00, Cancelled, Historical building

Saturday 3. February 2018 - 18:00 DetailCancelled
dual performance:

Thursday 19. April 2018 - 19:00

Georges Bizet: Carmen

Opera in four acts in the French language (Slovak subtitles)

Premiere: 16 September 2005 Historical Building

Conductor: Ondrej Olos
Directed by: Peter Konwitschny
Dramaturgie: Vladimír Zvara
Set and Costumes: Johannes Leiacker
Chorusmaster: Ladislav Kaprinay
Tatiana: Katarína Juhásová-Štúrová
Olga: Terézia Kružliaková
Eugen Onegin: Pavol Remenár
Lenski: Ľudovít Ludha
Gremin: Peter Mikuláš
Larina: Eva Šeniglová
Filipievna: Jitka Sapara-Fischerová
Zareckij: Juraj Peter
Triquet: Igor Pasek
Chanter: Jiří Zouhar, Michal Želonka
Guillot: Alexander Varga

Pushkin’s story used by Tchaikovsky for his opera Eugen Onegin (1879) is not only a critical opinion on the social situation in Czarist Russia. It is also a supratemporal study on a human psyche, inner fights among the desire, conscience, duty and social necessity. Our production is extraordinary also because of the fact, that it was staged by one of the most acknowledged opera makers of our days, the German director Peter Konwitschny.

Running time: 2 hrs 50 mins with one interval



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