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Eugene Onegin

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Komische Oper BerlinBehrenstraße 55-57, Berlin, Allemagne
Dates/horaires selon le fuseau horaire de Berlin
Artistes
Komische Oper Berlin
Henrik NánásiDirection
Barrie KoskyMetteur en scène
Rebecca RingstDécors
Klaus BrunsCostumes
Günter PapendellBarytonEugène Onéguine
Asmik GrigorianSopranoTatiana
Karolina GumosMezzo-sopranoOlga
Aleš BrisceinTénorLenski
Margarita NekrasovaMezzo-sopranoFilipievna
Alexey AntonovBassePrince Grémine
Christiane OertelMezzo-sopranoMadame Larina
Christoph SpäthTénorMonsieur Triquet
Yakov StrizhakBasseZaretski
Jan-Frank SüßeBaryton-basseCapitaine
Chorsolisten der Komischen Oper Berlin
Orchester der Komischen Oper Berlin
Franck EvinLumières

Artistic director and head director Barrie Kosky takes on one of the greatest unhappy love
stories of operatic literature: Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin. Following on from his comedic 
Don Giovanni in the previous season, baritone Günter Papendell once more proves his 
range as a vocalist and actor in the role of the titular hero who suffers as a result of his own 
arrogance. It was not the stuff of grand opera, but the emotions of real people, »a conflict 
which truly touches me«, which inspired Tchaikovsky when he achieved the first great 
success of his operatic career with Eugene Onegin. Poetic richness was more important to 
the composer than a fast-paced dramatic plot. Warm, heart-felt melodies, chruses in the 
Russian folk tradition and a richly instrumented orchestral sound spirit audiences away into 
the inner worlds of the protagonists, who – as so often with Tchaikovsky – cannot escape 
their destiny with Tchaikovsky – cannot escape their destiny.

Performance in Russian with subtitles in English, German, French, Turkish.

Tickets 12 - 92€.

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