Acclaimed archive recording from Graham Vick

Author: Opus Arte

A riveting archive recording of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin from Glyndebourne, 1994.

  • Eugene Onegin | Copyright: © Catherine Ashmore / Glyndebourne Festival Opera / Naxos Rights (Europe) Ltd

    Eugene Onegin © Catherine Ashmore / Glyndebourne Festival Opera / Naxos Rights (Europe) Ltd

Graham Vick’s acclaimed production of Eugene Onegin sets Pushkin’s tale of doomed love, tragedy and rejection against an acutely observed backdrop of Russian society, with spectacular choruses and dances. Tchaikovsky’s powerful music vividly conveys the passion and despair of the young Tatyana as she declares her love for Onegin, recorded in the first season of Glyndebourne’s new opera house in 1994.

"Vick’s absorbing production combines with movingly sung and acted characterisations to produce a reading that demands serious attention." (Musicweb International)

“Elena Prokina’s Tatyana, eagerly awaited, more than filled expectations ... her portrayal here had dramatic truth and intelligence: shy at first, she seemed totally possessed in the Letter Scene ... Her misery at the Larin ball was painful to see.” (OPERA)

Production year 1994
Recording location Glyndebourne
Director Graham Vick
Conductor Andrew Davis
TV Director Humphrey Burton
Duration 155 minutes
Soloist Wojciech Drowicz
Soloist Elena Prokina
Production Company NVC Arts, a Warner Music Group company; Channel 4 Television Corporation



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