|27 january||Thursday||18:00||View Composition
On January 27, an unusual performance-concert will take place on the stage of our theater. It will be called
"PUSHKINIANA". And, as is clear, it is entirely connected with the embodiment of the work of Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin in two great works of Russian opera drama. The performance - the concert will be held as a full-fledged theatrical performance, in full scenographic design, in full imagery of the heroes.
As an epigraph-prologue, MI Glinka's romance to the verses by AS Pushkin “I remember a wonderful moment” will be performed. In this “wonderful moment” there are both the revelations of true and eternal Love, and the greatness of the meeting with the images of the works of A.S. PUSHKIN, P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY, S.V. RAKHMANINOV.
The first part of the performance is Sergei Vasilyevich Rachmaninoff's opera "ALEKO". It was created by a 19-year-old composer - and during his entire rather long life, Rachmaninov, who was extremely demanding of himself, did not want to change a single note. The opera he created turned out to be so bright that the great PI Tchaikovsky ASKED the young composer for permission to perform the opera "ALEKO" together with the "IOLANTA" just written by Tchaikovsky. As you know, the opera "ALEKO" was created on the basis of the poem "Gypsies" by Alexander Pushkin. Both in the great poem and in the opera, the main driving moment of the drama and the life of the heroes is the discrepancy between the aspirations of the soul of the former Petersburger Aleko, who decided to leave the shackles of civilization and learn the free life of wandering gypsies - and these gypsies themselves, who put above all the freedom of life and feelings. Aleko fell in love with Zemfira, the daughter of the head of the camp. She answered him with mutual passion, but ... her soul longs for will and freedom of feeling. And Aleko, according to the laws of a civilized society and his own egocentrism, believes that both Zemfira's love and she herself should belong only to him! A tragic discord ensues. Protesting, Zemfira rushes to a new love - and her beloved Young Gypsy responds to her with an equally free feeling. But Aleko does not tolerate such a collapse of his dreams - and in powerlessness kills both Zemfira and her rival. For the first time, he introduces the horror of murder into the peaceful life of volgy gypsies, and human rejection and loneliness awaits him.
Gulnar ALDZHANOVA will debut in the role of Zemfira, Honored Artist of Uzbekistan Ruslan GAFAROV in the role of Aleko, Honored Artist of Uzbekistan Kirill BORCHANINOV in the role of the Old Gypsy, In the image of the Young Gypsy, the young soloist of the opera Bekzod RADYKOV will perform for the first time
The choir artists will embody the images of the inhabitants of the camp.
Musical Director and Conductor - People's Artist of Karakalpakstan Aida ABDULLAEVA
The second part of the performance will be presented by a theatrical composition from the best scenes of PI TCHAIKOVSKY's baking opera "EVGENY ONEGIN". In terms of the nature of its drama, this amazing work is similar to the plays of A.P. Chekhov - dramatic twists and turns in them occur, imperceptibly intertwined with the very fabric of life. But the main meaning of both the novels in the poems of A.S. Pushkin "Eugene Onegin" and the operas of Tchaikovsky is the danger of the devastation of the soul. This is the beginning of all conflicts - playing a kind of game with his own soul in a disappointed skeptic, young Eugene Onegin appreciates Tatiana's uncommonness and is amazed at the sincerity of her feelings for him. But fearful of losing "freedom", he coolly rejects her feeling, thus inflicting a fatal blow on the blossoming of Tatyana's soul. With the same indifference - and sometimes cowardly! - out of nothing to do, he starts a quarrel with his best friend and ... kills him in a duel. And when the past years bring him new losses and loneliness, he meets Tatyana, who has become a noble princess, at a brilliant ball. And he lights up with a passion for her - but it is impossible to reverse times, events and feelings. And all the heroes are doomed to the impossibility of dreams and devastation of souls ...
The second part consists of the best scenes from the opera. In the image of Onegin - Rakhim MIRZAKAMALOV, in the image of Tatiana - Nadezhda BANDELET-GOLENDER, in the role of Lensky - People's Artist of Uzbekistan Samandar ALIMOV, in the role of Olga - Anastasia YUDINA, In the role of Prince Gremin - Dzhabrail IDRISOV, in the role of Sharova - Valeria Nanny - Rada SMIRNYh
Conductor - Bobomurod KHUDOYKULOV
The author of the composition, stage director, performer of poetic lyrics by A.S. Pushkin -
Honored Art Worker of Uzbekistan Andrei SLONIM
We will be very glad to meet you, dear spectators, at this unusual performance-concert. Just remember to take the necessary precautions!