Artist interviews and features

Returning to Glyndebourne after a twenty year break Christopher Gillett tells us what he's been doing and what excites him about coming back.
Having previously appeared in Don Pasquale and La bohéme at Glyndebourne, Andrei Bonderenko returns as Eugene Onegin in this year's Festival production.
Each year Glyndebourne Festival plays host to the debuts of new and emerging artists and 2014 is no different. Meet Omer Meir Wellber making his Glyndebourne debut conducting Eugene Onegin.
David McVicar, director of the 2011 Festival production on the period of change and upheaval that Wagner's opera was written in.
What brought you back to Glyndebourne to restage The Fairy Queen in 2012?It's a great celebratory piece which we devised for the 350th anniversary of Purcell and the 75th anniversary of...
For some fifteen years, mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly has been welcomed on the world’s greatest opera stages and concert platforms.  But perhaps nowhere has she felt more at home than at...
German Soprano Lydia Teuscher talks to the LPO about her role as Cherubino in Glyndebourne’s latest production of Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro.
Danielle de Niese talks to us about her role as Norina in Glyndebourne’s latest production of Don Pasquale.
Duncan Rock talks to us about his role in Glyndebourne’s latest production of Billy Budd.
To celebrate Verdi's 200th anniversary our General Director, David Pickard has picked a selection of his favourite Verdi tracks and shared some of his favourite Verdi memories.My first day at...

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