San Francisco Ballet has opened its 2012 season with a brilliant U.S. premiere of John Cranko's revised 1967 "Onegin."
It’s exceptional in that it even surpasses the company's recent all-around excellence. Read More
Opera audiences in The City have seen and heard Tchaikovsky’s 1879 “Eugene Onegin” dozens of blissful times, but John Cranko’s 1965 “Onegin,” opening next week, is a San Francisco Ballet premiere.
The famed late director of the Stuttgart Ballet also used Tchaikovsky’s music, but not from the opera. Read More