University of Pittsburgh

Nisnevich on “Eugene Onegin”

The Pittsburgh Opera's production of Eugene Onegin runs September 26 through October 4, and what better way to prepare for the event than a talk on the opera by Pitt's very own Russian music scholar? Assistant professor of musicology Anna Nisnevich will discuss "Listening to Tchaikovsky's 'Eugene Onegin'" at the Center for Russian and East European Studies on Thursday, September 10. The talk takes place from 12-1:30 p.m. in Posvar Hall 4130 and is free to the public. Don't miss out on the opportunity to hear Dr. Nisnevich's insights on Tchaikovsky's operatic masterpiece (and don't forget that the October 2 performance of Eugene Onegin is Pitt Night at the Opera).

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