J. Cranko / P. I. Csajkovszkij / K.-H. Stolze

Onegin


Ballet in three acts
The music of Tchaikovsky brings Pushkin's legendary melancholic to life once again, this time as a ballet by choreographer John Cranko. Much too late to avoid paying the price for stifled and destroyed human lives, Onegin realises that love can awaken the soul and give meaning to life. Tatiana's waves of passion and suffering ultimately block a path to redemption littered with ripped-up love letters.
Photographer: Csillag Pál

Conductor

Karmester
Kálmán Szennai / István Silló

General cast

Tatjana
Aliya Tanykpayeva / Shoko Nakamura / Lili Felméri
Anyegin
Zoltán Oláh / Jurij Kekalo / Roland Liebich
Olga
Cristina Balaban / Jessica Carulla Leon / Adrienn Pap
Lenszkij
Dmitry Timofeev / Gergely Leblanc / Jevgenyij Lagunov
Gremin
József Cserta / Bence Apáti / György Szirb
Larina
Katalin Kőszegi / Sznezsana Gikovszki
Dada
Tünde Antal / Erika Soós

Creators

Choreographer
John Cranko
Composer
Pjotr Iljics Tchaikovsky
Orchestration by
Kurt-Heinz Stolze
Repetiteur
Agneta Stjernlöf-Valcu
Coach
Victor Valcu
Set Designer
Thomas Mika
Costume Designer
Thomas Mika
Assistant to the Costume Designer
Diana Eckmann
Light designer
Steen Bjarke
Ballet Master
Ildikó Pongor