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Stars and students rise to the occasion at Tanglewood

Renée Fleming sings as Sir Andrew Davis leads the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra. Renée Fleming sings as Sir Andrew Davis leads the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra. (HILARY SCOTT)
By David Weininger
Globe Correspondent / August 5, 2008

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LENOX - The first music Tchaikovsky composed for his operatic setting of Pushkin's novel "Eugene Onegin" was a scene in Act I in which the shy, bookish Tatiana writes a letter to the dashing Onegin, declaring her love for him. It is not only a confession of passion but an ecstatic outpouring of everything that sets her apart from her ... (Full article: 438 words)

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