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Eugene Onegin

Tchaikovsky - Spring 2012

James Conway returns to Tchaikovsky’s heartbreaking, youthful opera.

Conductor 
Michael Rosewell
Associate Conductor 
Timothy Carey
Director 
James Conway
Designer 
Joanna Parker
Lighting Designer 
Guy Hoare

Eugene Onegin is a powerful, nostalgic opera about youth, and the effect of youthful decisions and feelings. First love, lost love, jealousy and regret are all there – there is no opera more tender, more essential.

Exceptional young artists Sarah-Jane Davies, Nicholas Lester, Jaewoo Kim and Niamh Kelly play the quartet of young lovers, with Frances McCafferty watching their passions, and their mistakes.

ETO’s production was acclaimed in 2007, the Guardian’s critic stating that it “sheds more light on Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece than any recent UK production”. Joanna Parker and Guy Hoare’s period designs embody the poetry of Pushkin, from autumnal orchards to proud ballrooms. Conductor Michael Rosewell brings out each emotional nuance of the rich, romantic score, reflected in James Conway’s detailed production.

With its heartfelt arias and ensembles, its splendid choruses and ballroom scenes, and Tchaikovsky’s gift for melody, rich orchestration and drama, Eugene Onegin is a night at the opera for romantics of all ages.

Generously supported by the ETO Tatyana Syndicate

2007 ETO revival
Sung in English
Runnning time: 2 hours and 30 minutes (including interval)

Interviews, videos and trailers


Production trailer by Nick Howard

The story

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The music

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Programme sample

Reviews and audience reactions

Showing At

  1. Hackney Empire
    9th Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm
  2. Exeter Northcott Theatre
    21st Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm
  3. Exeter Northcott Theatre
    24th Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm
  4. Hall for Cornwall, Truro
    27th Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm
  5. Lighthouse, Poole
    31st Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm
  6. York Theatre Royal
    4th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  7. Norwich Theatre Royal
    11th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  8. Snape Maltings Concert Hall
    14th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  9. Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield
    17th Apr 2012 - 7:45 pm
  10. The Hawth, Crawley
    21st Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  11. G Live Guildford
    24th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  12. Buxton Opera House
    27th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  13. Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
    2nd May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  14. Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
    5th May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  15. Warwick Arts Centre
    10th May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  16. Warwick Arts Centre
    11th May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  17. Gala Theatre, Durham
    15th May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  18. Perth Festival, Perth Concert Hall
    18th May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  19. Cambridge Arts Theatre
    23rd May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  20. Cambridge Arts Theatre
    26th May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  1. Hackney Empire — 9th Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm

    291 Mare Street, Hackney, E8 1EJ

  2. Exeter Northcott Theatre — 21st Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm

    Exeter Northcott, Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4QB

  3. Exeter Northcott Theatre — 24th Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm

    Exeter Northcott, Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4QB

  4. Hall for Cornwall, Truro — 27th Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm

    Back Quay, Truro, TR1 2LL

  5. Lighthouse, Poole — 31st Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm

    Kingland Road, Poole, BH15 1UG

  6. York Theatre Royal — 4th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm

    YO1 7HD

  7. Norwich Theatre Royal — 11th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm

    Theatre Street, Norwich, NR2 1RL

  8. Snape Maltings Concert Hall — 14th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm

    Aldeburgh Music, Snape Maltings Concert Hall, Snape, Suffolk, IP17 1SP

  9. Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield — 17th Apr 2012 - 7:45 pm

    55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield, S1 1DA

  10. The Hawth, Crawley — 21st Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm

    Hawth Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6YZ

  11. G Live Guildford — 24th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm

    London Road, Guildford, GU1 2AA

  12. Buxton Opera House — 27th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm

    Water Street, SK17 6XN

  13. Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham — 2nd May 2012 - 7:30 pm

    Regent Street, Cheltenham, GL50 1HQ

  14. Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham — 5th May 2012 - 7:30 pm

    Regent Street, Cheltenham, GL50 1HQ

  15. Warwick Arts Centre — 10th May 2012 - 7:30 pm

    University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL

  16. Warwick Arts Centre — 11th May 2012 - 7:30 pm

    University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL

  17. Gala Theatre, Durham — 15th May 2012 - 7:30 pm

    1 Millennium Place, Town Centre, Durham, DH1 1WA

  18. Perth Festival, Perth Concert Hall — 18th May 2012 - 7:30 pm

    Mill Street, Perth, PH1 5HZ

  19. Cambridge Arts Theatre — 23rd May 2012 - 7:30 pm

    6 St Edward's Passage, Cambridge, CB2 3PJ

  20. Cambridge Arts Theatre — 26th May 2012 - 7:30 pm

    6 St Edward's Passage, Cambridge, CB2 3PJ

Michael Rosewell

Michael Rosewell

Conductor

SPRING 2014 – THE MAGIC FLUTE
Mr Michael Rosewell will conduct in London (8 March), Wolverhampton (17 March), Norwich (27 April), Crawley (5 May), Exeter (15 May), Durham (19 May), Perth (22 May) and Cambridge (30 May).

Michael began his career at the Vienna State Opera, assisting Claudio Abbado and working closely with many of the world’s leading singers, including Cappuccilli, Freni, Gruberova, Domingo and Pavarotti. He has conducted extensively throughout Germany notably in Kassel, Wiesbaden, Mannheim; at the ROH, ENO, ETO and Kent Opera; at the Buxton, Bath, Perth and Montepulciano Festivals, and broadcast on Südwestfunk, Radio France Musique, RTE Dublin and the BBC. Michael conducted world premiere performances of Stephen Oliver’s Timon of Athens and is a renowned interpreter of Britten’s operas. He is currently Music Director for ETO and Opera Director at the RCM.

Timothy Carey

Timothy Carey

Associate Conductor

Recent theatre performances include appearances at The London Coliseum in the presence of HRH Prince Andrew, The Hong Kong Arts Festival and a return visit to Barcelona’s Gran Teatre del Liceu.

A devoted advocate of new music, he has collaborated with The Opera Group, Opera W11 and Birmingham Contemporary Music Group on new operas by Edward Rushton, Julian Philips, Stuart Hancock, and Jonathan Dove.

Recent opera engagements have included assisting on The Queen of Spades (Opera North) and Salome (Singapore Lyric Opera).

Previously for ETO, he has conducted The Marriage of Figaro, La Clemenza di Tito, Don Pasquale, Fantastic Mr Fox also assisting on A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Born in London, Timothy Carey studied the cello with Casals-pupil, Christopher Bunting in addition to the piano from a young age. He went on to study conducting with Prof. Ilya Musin at the St Petersburg Conservatoire.

James Conway

James Conway

Director

General Director of ETO, James Conway has directed 24 new productions and 4 revivals for the company, including Donizetti’s The Siege of Calais (to be revived in 2015), Maria Stuarda and Anna Bolena and Handel’s Alcina, Ariodante, Teseo, Tolomeo, Flavio, Xerxes and Agrippina. Other notable ETO productions include Eugene Onegin, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Simon Boccanegra, The Emperor of Atlantis and the world première of Alexander Goehr’s Promised End. For RCM he directed L’incoronazione di Poppea and Le nozze di Figaro, and for the Canadian Opera Company Don Giovanni. His production of The Cunning Little Vixen is in repertory at the Moravian National Theatre in Janacek’s home city of Brno. He has written original libretti for 2 operas and translations for 5 others, as well as several works of fiction; his most recent translation was last season’s Agrippina. Upcoming productions include Giulio Cesare (Lucca) and Ottone (ETO).

Joanna Parker

Joanna Parker

Designer

Designs for theatre, opera and dance. Joanna’s opera engagements include The Rape of Lucretia (RCM); Flavio, Eugene Onegin, Falstaff, Alcina, Le nozze di Figaro, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Cunning Little Vixen (all ETO). She has also worked with the ROH, SO, and OTC Dublin.

Joanna’s designs for theatre include The Young Vic, Hampstead Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Salisbury Playhouse and The Lyric Hammersmith. She designed The Noise of Time for Theatre de Complicité at the Lincoln Centre NY, Barbican Centre London and European Festivals.

Dance designs include Cholmondeleys, Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company and London Contemporary Dance Theatre. She is Senior Lecturer in Scenography at Central School of Speech and Drama.

Guy Hoare

Guy Hoare

Lighting Designer

Opera includes: The Lighthouse; Albert Herring; Gianni Schicchi; Il Tabarro; Promised End; Katya Kabanova; Don Giovanni; Eugene Onegin (ETO); Jakob Lenz (ENO); American Lulu; The Firework-Maker’s Daughter (The Opera Group).

Theatre includes: Strange Interlude (National); Roots; Serenading Louie; Be Near Me (Donmar); A Doll’s House (Young Vic); NSFW; In Basildon (Royal Court); A Delicate Balance; Waste (Almeida); Peter Pan (NTS); The Little Mermaid, Faith Healer (BOV); Rutherford & Son; Othello (Northern Broadsides).

Dance includes: The Metamorphosis (Royal Ballet); The Land of Yes, The Land of No (Sydney Dance Company); Frontline (Aterbaletto); Dream (NDCWales); Pavlova’s Dogs (Scottish Dance Theatre); Dracula (Mark Bruce Company); Mischief (Theatre Rites).

Cast

Nicholas Lester

Nicholas Lester

Baritone

Eugene Onegin

Australian born, Nicholas Lester trained at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, on the Young Artists Programme at the State Opera of South Australia. He was awarded the Anne Woods/Johanna Peters Award and Independent Opera Postgraduate Fellowship to attend the National Opera Studio.

Operatic roles include: Starek, Jenůfa, Schaunard, La Bohème (Glyndebourne Touring Opera); Schaunard also with Nationale Reisopera, Netherlands; Kuligin, Katya Kabanova and Doctor/Shepherd, Pelléas et Méllisande (Opera Holland Park); Speaker, The Magic Flute (British Youth Opera); Aeneas, Dido and Aeneas (Adelaide Festival), Justizrat cover Storch, Intermezzo (Scottish Opera).

Concert engagements include: Handel Messiah with Laurence Cummings; Vaughan-Williams Five Mystical Songs and Faure Requiem (St-Martin-in-the-Fields). Recordings include Elgar Fringes of the Fleet and Big Steamers for Somm Records.

Nicholas has previously performed the roles of cover Onegin and Chorus, Eugene Onegin, Kagler, Weiner Blut, Pasha Selim, The Seraglio for ETO. Future plans: Marcello, La Bohème (State Opera of South Australia) and Der Sprecher, Die Zauberflöte for Scottish Opera.

Sarah-Jane Davies

Sarah-Jane Davies

Soprano

Tatyana

Welsh soprano Sarah-Jane is a graduate of RCM. She was a member of the ENO Young Singers Programme and, following her success in the 2006 Welsh Singer’s Competition, she represented Wales in the 2007 BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition.

Opera roles include: Pamina/First Lady, The Magic Flute, Countess, Le Nozze di Figaro, Fiordiligi, Cosi fan Tutte, Servilia, La clemenza di Tito, Michaela, Carmen, High Priestess, Aida, 1st Flowermaiden, Parsifal, title role, Agrippina, Romilda, Xerxes, Angel, Jephtha, The Turn of the Screw; Massenet’s Thaïs; Prokofiev’s War and Peace; Dido and Aeneas; 5th Maid, Elektra.

She has appeared with: ENO, WNO, Garsington Opera, Opera Holland Park, London Handel Festival, Edinburgh International Festival, Les Azuriales Opera Festival (France), Nationale Reisopera (Netherlands).

Including venues: Royal Albert Hall for the BBC Proms, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Barbican, St David’s Hall, (Cardiff), Snape Maltings (Aldeburgh).

Jaewoo Kim

Jaewoo Kim

Tenor

Lensky

Korea-born Australian Jaewoo Kim was a member of Opera Australia’s Young Artists’ Development Programme in 1998 and a principal artist for the company, 2000–03. He obtained the Master’s degree in voice at RCM. Jaewoo’s operatic roles include Edgardo, Lucia di Lammermoor; The Singer, Der Rosenkavalier (both ENO); Rodolfo, La Bohème, Tamino, The Magic Flute, Don Ottavio, Don Giovanni, Ferrando, Cosi fan tutte, Almaviva, Il barbiere di Siviglia, Gerald, Lakmè (Opera Australia, Canterbury Opera, NZ); Arbace, Idomeneo (Italy); Tamino, The Magic Flute (Dublin); Orphee, Orphee aux Enfers (Diva Opera); Faust, Faust (NZO); Alfredo, La Traviata (Longborough Festival, Societa Filarmonia-Italy); Harlequin, Heart of Darkness (ROH2);The Duke, Rigoletto (OHP).

Concerts include Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony (Melbourne, Sydney, Queensland); Messiah (Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland); The Creation (Opera Queensland); Haydn’s ‘Nelson’ Mass; Mendelssohn Symphony No.2 (Tasmania); St John Passion, Spring Symphony, Janáček Glagolitic Mass (Llewellyn Choir); Gerontius (Oriana Choir, Barbican).

Niamh Kelly

Niamh Kelly

Mezzo soprano

Olga

From Moville, Co Donegal, Niamh is an hons graduate of NUI Maynooth and University of Limerick. Supported by the Arts Council of Ireland she then attended RNCM graduating with a Postgraduate Diploma in Performance with Distinction. She continues her studies with Anne Mason.

The first recipient of ETO’s Young Artist Bursary Niamh’s operatic performances include Cherubino, The Marriage of Figaro, Hermia, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 3rd lady, The Magic Flute, Smeton, Anna Bolena, Mrs Ott, Susannah and Olga, Eugene Onegin (all ETO), Dorabella, Cosi fan tutte (Mananan Opera Festival), Maurya, Riders to the Sea (Opera Fringe Northern Ireland); Cherubino, Le Nozze di Figaro, Mercedes, Carmen (Opera Brava); Eurynome, Penelope (Wexford Festival Opera).

Recent performances include 1st Norn and Grimgerde in concert performances of Götterdämmerung and Die Walkure with The Wagner Society and David Syrus, and Hansel in NI Opera’s production of Hansel and Gretel.

Stephen Holloway

Stephen Holloway

Bass

Prince Gremin

Stephen Holloway studied singing at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Britten-Pears School where he worked with John Carol Case, Sir Peter Pears and Galina Vishnevskaya.

His operatic roles have included Don Fernando, Fidelio, Oracle, Alceste, Commendatore/Sergeant Willis, Iolanthe and Dr Grenvil, La Traviata for Scottish Opera, Cadmus and Somnus, Semele for Opera Parnassus, Malta, The Speaker at the Covent Garden Festival, A Dead Master, Palestrina for the Royal Opera, Don Basilio, Barber of Seville for Scottish Opera Go Round, and The Chamberlain, Le rossignol and Chub, Cherevichki for Chelsea Opera Group.

Current engagements include Scarpia, Tosca, Don Fernando, Fidelio and Benoit/Alcindoro, La Bohème for New London Opera Players. Recordings include The Unknown Elgar for Pearl and numerous works for Midsummer Opera.

Frances McCafferty

Frances McCafferty

Mezzo soprano

Filippyevna

Frances McCafferty studied at Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. She created the role of Yetta Zimmerman in Sophie’s Choice and also appeared in The Rake’s Progress, Cyrano de Bergerac, Elektra, Queen of Spades, Boris Godunov and Lulu for the Royal Opera House. Roles for ENO include Second Patient, A Dog’s Heart, Katisha, The Mikado and Mistress Quickly, Falstaff.

Other engagements include Mother, Mavra (Greek National Opera), Háta, The Bartered Bride and Mrs Herring, Albert Herring (Glyndebourne Festival), Auntie, Peter Grimes, Katisha, The Mikado, Gertrude, Hänsel und Gretel and the Hostess, Boris Godunov (Nationale Reisopera), Mother Goose, The Rake’s Progress (Opéra de Lille), Mrs Sedley, Peter Grimes (Norwegian National Opera), Kedruta and Fanny Novakova, The Adventures of Mr Broucek (Scottish Opera), Fortune Teller, Julietta (Opera North), Mrs Ott, Susannah and The Medium (Wexford), La Haine, Armide (Buxton Festival) and Mrs Trapes, The Beggar’s Opera in The Linbury Studio for The Royal Opera House.

Cozmin Sime

Cozmin Sime

Bass

Zaretsky (9 Mar-14 Apr)

Romanian baritone Cozmin Sime is a graduate of the Gheorghe Dima Academy of Music. He has attended masterclasses with Ion Buzea, Tom Krause, Susanna Eken, Sally Burgess, John Norris, Margreet Honigh, Barbara Bonney, Nelly Miricioiu and Alfred Brendel.

While a student Cozmin sang the roles of Count Almaviva, Le nozze di Figaro, Guglielmo, Così fan tutte, Dandini, La cenerentola, and Belcore, L’elisir d’amore. In Bucharest he sang the role of Marcello, La bohème at the National Opera of Bucharest and at the National Opera of Cluj-Napoca he performed the role of Nick Shadow in the national première of The Rake’s Progress.

Cozmin made his international debut as Claudio, Emilia di Liverpool (European Opera Centre) following which he was invited to the Mozart Academy at Aix-en Provence Festival. Cozmin has won many major music and vocal competitions, including lied and opera, in Romania as well as La Competition des jeunes solistes at St. Jean Cap Ferrat, France. Future plans include: Guglielmo, Così fan tutte (Dubrovnik Opera Festival).

Maciek O'Shea

Maciek O'Shea

Bass

Zaretsky (17 Apr-26 May)

Maciek studied History at UCL and voice at GSMD. Operatic engagements include: Don Giovanni Don Giovanni (Opera Up Close) Mr Fox Fantastic Mr Fox (Opera Holland Park), Crebillon/Rabonier La Rondine (OHP), Mars Orpheus in the Underworld (OHP), Fiorello Il barbiere di Siviglia (Hand Made Opera), Roger Ciboulette (University College Opera). Previous roles with ETO include: Korolev/Nikolai Laika the Spacedog, Zaretsky Eugene Onegin, Farmer Bean Fantastic Mr Fox, Dr Spinelloccio Gianni Schicchi, Theseus covered and played Midsummer Night’s Dream, First Priest & Second Armed Man covered and played Magic Flute, Gamekeeper Rusalka, Zuniga La tragedie de Carmen.

Andrew Glover

Andrew Glover

Tenor

Triquet

Andrew was born in New Zealand and graduated the Australian Opera Studio with Honours and the Dux award for excellence.

Recent appearances have included Tinca, Il tabarro, Gherardo, Gianni Schicchi and cover Bunce, Fantastic Mr Fox (all ETO); Bardolfo, Falstaff, Abdallo, Nabucco (both IFAC Tokyo); Tito, La clemenza di Tito, Msr Triquet, Eugene Onegin (both New Zealand Opera); Remendado, Carmen, Un Voce, La Gioconda (both Opera Holland Park); Don Basilio, Le nozze di Figaro (Vignette Productions).

He has appeared in numerous concerts and recitals with ensembles including the Tokyo New Philharmonic Orchestra, the Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra, the Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra, the Perth Orchestra, the Australian Opera Studio, the NBR NZ Opera Company.

Future engagements include Vašek, The Bartered Bride.

Harriet Williams

Harriet Williams

Mezzo soprano

Larina

Harriet Williams studied at Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Royal Opera début Erster Knappe, Parisfal, English National Opera début Polinesso, Ariodante, début Royal Ballet singing Duparc’s songs for Michael Corder’s L’Invitation au Voyage.

With The Opera Group Harriet sang Mrs Olsen Street Scene which was voted ‘Best Musical’ in Evening Standard Theatre Awards.

Has appeared with Welsh National Opera, ETO, Grange Park Opera, Longborough Festival Opera and Opera Holland Park. Her operatic roles include title roles in Ariodante, Carmen, Rosina, Il barbiere di Siviglia, Angelina, La Cenerentola, Mistress Quickly, Falstaff, Fenena, Nabucco, Suzuki, Madam Butterfly, Dido, Dido and Aeneas, Flora and Annina, La Traviata, Ottavia and Fortuna, L’incoronazione di Poppea, Smeaton, Anna Bolena.

Recent operatic engagements have included Mrs Olsen, Street Scene for Opera de Toulon, Marie, For You by Michael Berkeley and Ian McEwan in Rome, and Waltraute, Die Walküre at Longborough Festival. Forthcoming engagements include Flosshilde, Der Ring des Nibelungen for the Royal Opera.

“Audiences in smaller towns and cities across the UK should make the most of the opportunity when a production as good as English Touring Opera’s Eugene Onegin comes to call.”

**** (4 STARS) Financial Times

“Hauntingly effective”

**** (4 STARS) Opera Britannia

“Catch it if you can – this is an extraordinary bargain, and one of the best things that English Touring Opera has done for a while. You will not regret it.”

**** (4 STARS) Bachtrack

“Visually, the show is beautifully presented. Musical and vocal standards are high, too. Nicholas Lester is a first class Onegin, flaunting his hauteur in a commanding baritone.”

The Stage

“A delightful evening … I shall always remember Eugene Onegin as the show that introduced me to the elegant world of opera”

A Younger Theatre

Showing At

  1. Hackney Empire
    9th Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm
  2. Exeter Northcott Theatre
    21st Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm
  3. Exeter Northcott Theatre
    24th Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm
  4. Hall for Cornwall, Truro
    27th Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm
  5. Lighthouse, Poole
    31st Mar 2012 - 7:30 pm
  6. York Theatre Royal
    4th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  7. Norwich Theatre Royal
    11th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  8. Snape Maltings Concert Hall
    14th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  9. Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield
    17th Apr 2012 - 7:45 pm
  10. The Hawth, Crawley
    21st Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  11. G Live Guildford
    24th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  12. Buxton Opera House
    27th Apr 2012 - 7:30 pm
  13. Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
    2nd May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  14. Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
    5th May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  15. Warwick Arts Centre
    10th May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  16. Warwick Arts Centre
    11th May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  17. Gala Theatre, Durham
    15th May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  18. Perth Festival, Perth Concert Hall
    18th May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  19. Cambridge Arts Theatre
    23rd May 2012 - 7:30 pm
  20. Cambridge Arts Theatre
    26th May 2012 - 7:30 pm

Your Comments

  1. I was unable to go to the Barber of Seville, but made the Saturday production of Eugene Onegin in Cheltenham. It was an opera that I knew nothing about, and I enjoyed it immensely. Please just go on doing what you are doing!

    Said Dawyne O. at 11:51am on 17th May 2012

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