Running Time: 2 hours 25 minutes intermissions included
Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company and Orchestra
Teatro alla Scala Production
|Ballet in three acts by||
|Sets||Pier Luigi Samaritani|
|Costumes||Pier Luigi Samaritani and Roberta Guidi di Bagno|
|Revived by||Agneta Valcu e Victor Valcu|
|Choreography supervised by||
|Rights property of||Dieter Graefe|
|Étoile||Roberto Bolle (24, 26, 29 Oct; 7s, 10 Nov)|
|Guest Artist||Marianela Nuñez (24, 26, 29 Oct; 7s, 10 Nov.)|
NOTES ON THE PERFORMANCE
A young, bored aristocrat lets go of his one true love out of mere flippancy, only realising it when it’s too late. Inspired by the novel in verse by Aleksandr Puškin, rewritten with skill and sensitivity by John Cranko, Onegin is a perfect example of a modern dance drama: a great, unhappy love story narrated through a series of powerfully expressive pas de deux, perfectly crafted characters and dazzling ensembles, to a score based on music by Tchaikovsky (but not a single note is taken from his opera Eugene Onegin) conducted on this occasion by Felix Korobov.
at 8:00pm Series Ballet Premiere
at 8:00pm Series P Ballet Subs.
at 8:00pm Series R Ballet Subs.
at 2:30pm Invitation to La Scala
at 8:00pm Series M Mini Subs.
at 8:00pm ScalAperta 50%
at 2:30pm Series O Mini Subs.