HUDSON OPERA THEATRE Jasper Francis Cropsey: “Autumn on the Hudson” (1860)

(performed in concert)


Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin” is a radiant example of Russian lyric opera. Based on Aleksandr Pushkin’s novel in verse and utilizing Pushkin’s words throughout, it is a deeply moving tale packed with lush melodies, buoyant dances and a heart-stopping duel. Superbly crafted, intense and with dramatically rich orchestrations, the opera is uniquely Russian, but with a universality that has made it globally popular. The characters are remarkably fresh, and like all of us, they must live with the consequences of their decisions, decisions which, while they have devastating repercussions, ring horribly true.


Saturday, November 5, 2016 at 7:00

Sunday, November 6, 2016 at 4:00


The First Presbyterian Church of Monroe

142 Stage Road, Monroe, NY


Tatiana Celeste Fraser, soprano

Olga Elizavieta Agladze, mezzo soprano

Mme. Larina Ema Mitrovic, mezzo-soprano

Filippievna Eorla Watkins, mezzo-soprano

Onegin Robert Garner, baritone

Lensky Justin Scott Randolph, tenor

Prince Gremin Nathan Resika, bass

M. Triquet Jorge Quezada, tenor

Peasant Leader Jan Olafsson, baritone

Zaretsky Jeffrey Knight, bass



Conducted by Ron De Fesi


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