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'Eugene Onegin,' Bruegels and Elliott Smith – What to Do in Moscow on Tuesday

Eugene Onegin: A simple and dazzling staging of Tchaikovsky's opera by Sergei Artsibashev with sets by Sergei Barkhin. Novaya Opera.

The Universe of Sound: Concert of Armenian vocal and instrumental music. Conservatory Great Hall, 113 Bolshaya Nikitskaya Ulitsa. Metro Pushkinskaya, Biblioteka Imeni Lenina. 495-629-9401. At 7 p.m.

Jurgenson Competition of Young Composers: Award ceremony and concert. Conservatory Rachmaninov Hall, 11 Bolshaya Nikitskaya Ulitsa. Metro Pushkinskaya, Biblioteka Imeni Lenina. 495-629-9401. At 7 p.m.

Eugene Onegin: A simple and dazzling staging of Tchaikovsky's opera by Sergei Artsibashev with sets by Sergei Barkhin. Novaya Opera. 3 Karetny Ryad. Metro Mayakovskaya, Chekhovskaya. 495-694-0868. At 7 p.m.

Georgy Yakulov. The Master of Multicolored Suns (1884-1928): Paintings, graphics and scenography from major museum collections. 10 Krymsky Val. Metro Oktyabrskaya, Park Kultury. 499-230-7788.

The Younger Bruegels (Mladshiye Breigeli): Works by the Bruegel dynasty of artists from Konstantin Mauergauz's collection. Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, 12 Volkhonka. Metro Kropotkinskaya. 495-697-9578.

Pyotr Ossovsky: Retrospective of paintings and graphics that marks the artist's 90th birthday. 21 Prechistenka. Metro Kropotkinskaya. 495-637-4771

Foreign-Language Movie

Beat Film: Heaven Adores You (Lyubimy Nebesami, 2014): an intimate inquiry into the life and music of Elliott Smith (1969-2003).

Formula Kino Gorizont, 21/10 Komsomolsky Prospekt. Metro Frunzenskaya. 800-250-8025. At 8 p.m. In English; Russian subtitles.

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