Eugene Onegin – Gallery – Katie Slater (Olga)

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What the reviewers said: a rich-toned Olga Classical Music Source show bags of promise What’s on Stage To view a large version of any image click on the thumbnail, all images are copyright, and will eventually be available on a … Continue reading

Eugene Onegin – gallery – Nicholas Sharratt (Lensky)

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What the reviewers say: loads of appeal as Lensky What’s On Stage got my sympathy Classical Music Source To view a large version of any image click on the thumbnail all images are copyright, and will eventually be available on … Continue reading

Eugene Onegin – Gallery – Kate Valentine (Tatyana)

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What the reviewers say: Kate Valentine’s Tanya, radiant with optimistic innocence in the ‘letter scene’ The Stage I particularly liked Kate Valentine’s change from diffident ingénue (left alone at her own birthday party after Lensky and Onegin’s row and duel … Continue reading

Eugene Onegin – Gallery – Damian Thantrey (Onegin)

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What the reviewers said : Perhaps Damian Thantrey’s chisel-featured Onegin was not self-centred enough (after all, after the performance he opened the door for me as I left), but I liked the way he threw over most of the chairs … Continue reading

Eugene Onegin – Gallery – Soloists


What the reviewers say: The Stage, What’s on Stage and Classical Music Source:

Splendidly resonant Act III aria from bass Andrew Greenan.

Gremin’s knock-out aria ‘The Gift of Love is Rightly Treasured’, sung with heartfelt ardour by Andrew Greenan

Andrew Greenan is luxury casting as Gremin and Harriet Williams’ youthful Larina and Linda Hibberd’s sympathetic Filipyevna lend equally strong support.  Students Katie Slater (Olga), Panos Ntourntoufis (Triquet), Simon Dyer (Zaretsky), Simon Marsh (Steward) and David William-Matthews (Captain) show bags of promise.

Harriet Williams looked far too young to be Larina, mother of Tatyana and Olga, but she provided a nice double act with Linda Hibberd’s Filipyevna. Katie Slater, as a rich-toned Olga, led a number of Trinity Laban vocal students, which also included a finely-studied Triquet from Panos Ntourntoufis.

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Eugene Onegin – the Chorus – Act III and miscellaneous

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More comments from the Audience: We came specially from Amsterdam (where we often go to the opera), to watch that electric first performance – it was well worth the trip. The professionals were excellent, both in their singing and their … Continue reading