Russian Opera Workshop
Pyotr Tchaikovsky was enthusiastic about sending the first act of Eugene Onegin to Nikolai Rubinstein, a friend and a man who hired Pyotr to teach harmony at the Moscow Conservatory. Pyotr believed a Conservatory setting and a modest theater was most suitable for a performance.
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