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Tatyana’s quiet existence is turned upside down with the arrival of the handsome and charismatic Onegin. Romantic fantasies burst into vivid reality, inspiring Tatyana’s famous letter, which Onegin arrogantly rejects. Years later, separated by time and circumstance, they are reunited for one final, explosive encounter.
Acclaimed for its beauty and elegant simplicity, this production, originally created for the Metropolitan Opera, is directed by Robert Carsen and designed by Michael Levine, two Canadian visionaries of the opera stage.
On stage at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. W., Toronto.
Sung in Russian with English SURTITLES
CAST AND CREATIVE TEAMS
Eugene Onegin, Gordon Bintner
Tatyana, Joyce El-Khoury
Olga, Varduhi Abrahamyan
Lensky, Joseph Kaiser
Prince Gremin, Oleg Tsibulko
Madame Larina, Helene Schneiderman
Triquet, Christophe Mortagne
Filipyevna, Margaret Lattimore
Conductor, Johannes Debus
Original Director, Robert Carsen
Associate Director, Peter McClintock
Set & Costume Designer, Michael Levine
Original Lighting Designer, Jean Kalman
Revival Lighting Designer, Christine Binder
Choreographer, Serge Bennathan
Asst. Set & Costume Designer, Victoria Wallace
Price Family Chorus Master, Sandra Horst
With the COC Orchestra and Chorus
Production premiered by the Metropolitan Opera in New York City on March 13, 1997. All scenery, properties and costumes constructed by the Metropolitan Opera Shops.
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