Scottish Opera: Eugene Onegin Opera

Scottish Opera: Eugene Onegin

  • Start date

    Thursday 10 May 2018

  • End date

    Saturday 12 May 2018

  • venue

    His Majesty's Theatre

  • time

    Starts 7.15pm

  • age


  • price

    ★£59 - £21 inc. bf | U26s £10 inc. bf | Subscriptions available

  • genre


Scottish Opera presents Tchaikovsky's

New production | Supported by The Alexander Gibson Circle

Tchaikovsky and Pushkin: two of Russia’s greatest artists come together in this sweeping tale of unfulfilled love. A lovesick young girl; a cocky young man who thoughtlessly spurns her; a heart-stopping duel between should-be friends. Director Oliver Mears (The Royal Opera) teams up with award-winning designer Annemarie Woods, setting this hopelessly romantic opera in a world full of memories and dreams, where the past is ever present.

Tchaikovsky’s soaring score, not heard on Scottish Opera’s main stage since 1993, is the most radiant of Russian lyric operas. Dramatic and expressive, it captures perfectly the desperation and raw emotion of Pushkin’s masterpiece. Natalya Romaniw (Rusalka 2016), fast making a name for herself in the Russian repertoire, sings Tatyana. Samuel Dale Johnson (The Marriage of Figaro 2016) is Onegin. Music Director Stuart Stratford conducts.


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Unwrapped: Friday 11 May, 6pm  |  Pre-show Talk: Saturday 12 May, 6pm

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