Saturday, July 25th, 7pm
Sunday, July 26th, 7pm
Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Librettist: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
based on a story by Alexander Pushkin
Director: Johnny Ramster
Designer: Richard Studer
Conductor: Lada Valesova
West Green House Orchestra
An opera in three Acts
Sung in Russian
Saturday July 25th - £160 / £120 / £95 / £75
Sunday July 26th - £140 / £120 / £95 / £75
Interval dining 85 minutes
Online booking opens 10th February 2020
This is Tchaikovsky’s best loved opera, a journey from what could have been to what might have been.
We meet a young Tatyana quietly living in the country, till the dashing Onegin arrives coldly rejecting her young love. Years later a sad and depressed Onegin re meets a married
Tatyana, now part of the Russian Imperial Court, who rejects him.
This opera’s beautiful music, much based on Russian folk melodies and its enchanting dance scenes, is a work we have long wished to stage at West Green House.