ROH Eugene Onegin (Live) 2013
An opera full of poignancy and exquisite sensitivity to the nuances of growing up and wrestling to understand your emotions, Eugene Onegin is an inspiring vehicle for Kasper Holtenís first production for The Royal Opera. Working with the Danish set designer Mia Stensgaard, whose design hallmark is clean, strong images ripe with emotion, and fielding
a brilliant cast (including Simon Keenlyside in the title role), Holten will provide a fresh reading of this classic opera.
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