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Onegin

Royal Opera House, Bow St, Covent Garden, London

Onegin Tickets Ballet Royal Opera House London

John Cranko became acquainted with Alexander Pushkin’s verse-novel Eugene Onegin when he choreographed the dances for Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky’s opera of the same name in 1952. He created his own distinctive version of Pushkin’s work in 1965 for the Stuttgart Ballet. Onegin displays all of Cranko’s genius as a narrative choreographer, featuring finely drawn characters who are transformed by the conflicts they face.  All tickets are sold out but we can obtain best seats any date.

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Running Times
Approximate running times:
Act I: 40 minutes
Interval: 25 minutes
Act II: 30 minutes
Interval: 25 minutes
Act III: 35 minutes

Onegin Royal Opera House London Performance Dates

Wednesday 12 February 2020 7.30pm
Cast: Natalia Osipova, Reece Clarke, Francesca Hayward, Matthew Ball, Gary Avis

Friday 21 February 2020 7.30pm
Cast: Yasmine Naghdi, Federico Bonelli, Anna Rose O’Sullivan, Joseph Sissens, Bennet Gartside

Saturday 22 February 2020 7pm
Cast: Itziar Mendizabal, Thiago Soares, Meaghan Grace Hinkis, David Donnelly, Tomas Mock

Monday 24 February 2020 7.30pm
Cast: Yasmine Naghdi, Federico Bonelli, Anna Rose O’Sullivan, Joseph Sissens, Bennet Gartside

Thursday 27 February 2020 7.30pm
Cast: Marianela Nuñez, Ryoichi Hirano, Akane Takada, Nicol Edmonds, Lukas Bjørneboe Brændsrød

Saturday 29 February 2020 7.30pm
Cast: Itziar Mendizabal, Thiago Soares, Meaghan Grace Hinkis, David Donnelly, Tomas Mock

 

Onegin and Tatiana’s relationship is depicted in intense duets, such as the letter-writing scene, when the youthful Tatiana dances a dream pas de deux with her longed-for lover. The role of Tatiana offers a ballerina many challenges – the development of a bookish country girl into a sophisticated woman at the pinnacle of St Petersburg society requires dramatic sensibility and technical finesse. Kurt-Heinz Stolze, Kapellmeister for Stuttgart Ballet, created for Cranko a soaring arrangement of music by Tchaikovsky, not from the opera but drawing principally on his works for piano.

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