Eugene Onegin Ballet: A Timeless Tale of Love and Regret by the Hungarian National Ballet at The National Theatre

Experience the Elegance and Emotion of Pushkin's Classic, Brought to Life by the Artistry of the Hungarian National Ballet

by Cosmin Adrian
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Immerse yourself in the captivating world of ballet as the Hungarian National Ballet presents “Eugene Onegin,” a three-act masterpiece choreographed by John Cranko. Inspired by Alexander Pushkin’s poetic novel and set to the enchanting music of Tchaikovsky, this ballet brings to life the legendary characters and timeless themes of love and regret.

Eugene Onegin: A Ballet Revival The production, scored by Kurt-Heinz Stolze and published by Adrian Thomé Musikverlag Bodensee, breathes new life into Pushkin’s classic tale. The ballet follows the journey of Eugene Onegin, a man whose indifference and disregard for the feelings of those around him lead to tragic consequences.

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A Ballet Odyssey through Pushkin’s Poetry

Dive into the soul-stirring narrative of “Eugene Onegin” as the Hungarian National Ballet transforms Pushkin’s timeless poetry into a mesmerizing balletic journey.

Creative Brilliance Under the visionary choreography of John Cranko and the masterful conducting of David Coleman, the ballet features a stellar cast, including Kekalo Iurii, Balázsi Gergő Ármin, Yakovleva Maria, and more. Each dancer brings to life the complex emotions and intricate relationships that define Pushkin’s narrative.

Performances to Remember The ballet premiered on November 3, 2012, and is set to grace The National Theatre stage in January 2024 with multiple performances throughout the month. Audiences can experience the passion, heartbreak, and transformative power of true love on the following dates in January 2024:
January 12 (Friday) 19:00 – 22:00
January 13 (Saturday) 11:00 – 14:00 and 19:00 – 22:00
January 16 (Tuesday) 19:00 – 22:00
January 17 (Wednesday) 19:00 – 22:00
January 18 (Thursday) 19:00 – 22:00
January 19 (Friday) 19:00 – 22:00
January 20 (Saturday) 11:00 – 14:00
January 21 (Sunday) 11:00 – 14:00
January 24 (Wednesday) 19:00 – 22:00

Synopsis: Love, Regret, and the Transformative Power of Affection In three mesmerizing acts, the ballet explores the unrequited love of Tatiana, the tragic consequences of a duel between friends, and the enduring power of true love. The torn love letters and the waves of passion and pain unfold on stage, creating a ballet experience that is both emotionally charged and visually stunning.

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Behind the Scenes: Crafting Emotion with Choreography

Explore the creative brilliance of John Cranko’s choreography and the emotive symphony conducted by David Coleman, unraveling the intricate relationships of love, regret, and transformation on stage

Book Your Tickets Don’t miss the opportunity to witness this ballet masterpiece by the Hungarian National Ballet at The National Theatre. Secure your tickets now for an unforgettable evening of artistry and emotion. [Ticket Purchase Information]

Join us in celebrating the timeless themes of “Eugene Onegin,” where ballet, music, and narrative converge to create an enchanting and unforgettable performance.


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