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Lensky

envy of Onegin leads to his death in a duel. [Russ. Opera: Tchaikovsky, Eugene Onegin, Westerman, 395–397]
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Stephan Lensky, leading the financing and BD efforts as COO and CBO, and Dr.
Before the duel began, the attempt to end the matter peacefully also was his responsibility, especially since there had been no offense that required bloodshed, and it was clear to all, except to the eighteen-year old Lensky, that the whole thing was merely a misunderstanding.
It is also a wonderful display of Canadian talent, from the sets and costumes by Michael Levine, to Gordon Bintner in the title role, Joyce El-Khoury as Tatyana, and Joseph Kaiser as Lensky. Through minimalist set design, hypnotic lighting, and bubbling choreography, Carsen honours Tchaikovsky's emotional intensity and Pushkin's emotional reserve in a feverish interpretation.
In flashback, readers meet Eugene and Tatiana on a commuter train, ten years after the teens parted ways following a disastrous summer romance that left their friend Lensky, boyfriend to Tatiana's sister Olga, dead.
It also includes Tchaikovsky's Marche Slave (specially arranged for accordion and orchestra in an arrangement commissioned by CSM); Scriabin's Piano Concerto; Walton's Spitfire Prelude and Fugue; Vaughan Williams' The Lark Ascending; Rachmaninov's Vocalise; Lensky's Aria from Tchaikovsky's opera, Eugene Onegin; the slow movement of GErecki's Symphony No.
Jason Bridges was equally impressive as Lensky, while Miklos Sebestyen, who played Tatyana's husband, Prince Gremin, provided the highlight of the evening with his ravishing expression of love for his wife in the first scene of the final act.
At first one pities only Tatiana, because she's unloved, and Lensky, because he gets killed.
Lensky, "Thermohaline stratification and double diffusion diapycnal fluxes in the hypersaline Dead Sea," Limnology and Oceanography, vol.
The title role in "Eugene Onegin" is performed with true volcanic passion by Eugenijus Chrebtovas, a restless, selfish man who doesn't seem to know what he wants from life, toying with sisters Tatyana and Olga and killing his best friend Lensky in a duel.