Russian Opera Workshop
In spring of 1877, Tchaikovsky wrote about a visit to Madame Lavrovsky, a celebrated singer and conservatory teacher. Their conversation lead to opera libretti. Unnamed person 'talked a lot of rubbish' offering 'appalling suggestions.' Mme Lavrovsky didn't talk, just laughed, and then suggested: 'What about Eugene Onegin?'
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