From 15 February, Norwegian Opera & Ballet: Deep down, we're all alone
Tchaikovsky’s romantic opera is a close encounter with intense, youthful love. At the same time, Eugene Onegin is a powerful portrayal of something we have all experienced – the passing of time, the chances we didn’t take and the fact that, deep down, we’re all alone.
It’s a bitter cold winter. We’re at the Larin Family estate outside of St. Petersburg, where Mrs Larin lives with her daughters, Olga and Tatjana. While Olga dances and enjoys life, the contemplative Tatjana has escaped into the world of books. When Olga’s fiancee Lensky introduces Tatjana to his friend Onegin, the lives of the four youths change forever ...
Eugene Onegin is considered the most popular Russian opera. It is the brainchild of two giants in Russian cultural history, the writer Aleksandr Pushkin and the composer Peter Tchaikovsky. In the Oslo Opera's new production, director Christof Loy takes the intimate and lyrical qualities of the work seriously and brings us to the very heart of this personal drama.
Performed in Russian, subtitles in English and Norwegian.
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