Star Power, Charisma and Ardor in ëOneginí

Puszkin_small.pngBy ANTHONY TOMMASINI [New York Times, 12 February 2007]
The Metropolitan Operaís affecting revival of its 1997 production of Tchaikovskyís ìEugene Onegin,î which opened on Friday night, is all the more impressive because it might have turned out so differently. In a risky move, the production brought major Russian artists steeped in their national operatic heritage together with two Met stars making brave forays into far-afield repertory.
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