Tchaikovsky’s Portrayal of Onegin
February 22, 2016, 6:00 pm
Lutheran Church, 1857 Potter Street
The Eugene Opera Ambassadors
will host Ann
Schaffer, Music Librarian at the University of Oregon
who will explore the musical themes of Eugene Onegin.
You’ll also be treated to music from the opera by
singers and pianists
from Eugene Opera’s array of talented artists, an
aficionados and novices alike to enjoy an enlightening
presentation about the opera.
(Part of Eugene
Opera’s new LISTEN NOW! Series)
|Exhibit: From Novel in Verse
1 – March 31, 2016
University of Oregon
Libraries: Knight Library
University of Oregon Libraries explores Russian
cultural life when Aleksandr Pushkin (1799-1837) and
Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) flourished.
Pushkin, Russia’s greatest poet
writer, wrote Eugene
in 1823-1831. It became a national
masterpiece, and Tchaikovsky’s opera based on the novel
Moscow in 1879.
This exhibit features
materials pertaining to this classic work: Pushkin’s
his novel, Tchaikovsky’s comments in letters and
diaries, recordings of
the opera, and programs published by opera companies.