The Moscow premiere followed that of St. Petersburg three years later in 1885. It was presented by the Russian Private Opera, conducted by Enrico Bevignani with scenic Design by Viktor Vasnetsov, Isaak Levitan, and Konstantin Korovin
The Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow presented the opera in 1893.
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