• Opernring 1
    1010 Wien

    On the estate of the Larins in the Russian province is harvest time. The widowed mother and the old nanny chat over the past, about disappointed hopes and habits. Someone is visiting the Russian family: Olga's fiancée, the young poet Lenski and his friend and neighbor Onegin. Tatyana immediately falls in love with the young Onegin. Tchaikovsky wrote the opera Onegin, after the same name by Alexander Pushkin, in 1868. Already at the first performance in front of a large audience the opera was regarded as a great success and today Eugene Onegin is still regarded as one of the standard works of today's opera stages.Save yourself tickets for the Vienna State Opera and book tickets at www.viennaticket.at!