Eugene Onegin

Music by Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky
Libretto by Tchaikovsky & Konstantin Shilovsky
Directed by Octavio Cardenas
Conducted by Michael Borowitz,

Costumes by Sydney Gallas

Presented by LSU School of Music

Composed in 1877-78, Tchaikovsky’s musical adaptation of Alexander Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin is widely considered Russia’s most popular opera. Its “lyrical scenes in three acts” evoke a world of bourgeois country life under the Czars, in a score that ranges from moments of sweeping beauty to scenes of passionate intimacy and jealousy. 

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Representation:

Russ Rosensweig, agent
Summit Entertainment
russ@summitentertainmentgroup.com

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