Mozart at Glyndebourne

“...nowhere has done more for the style and popularity of Mozart’s operas than Glyndebourne.” Michael Kennedy.

 Book now for Mozart in 2014. For best availability see dates below.

Read the latest interviews from two of the cast of La finta giardiniera. Music OMH interviews Joel Prieto (Count Belfiore) and Classical-Music.com interviews Christiane Karg (Sandrina).

Ever since Le nozze di Figaro opened the first Glyndebourne Festival in 1934, Mozart’s operas have been the cornerstone of Glyndebourne’s repertoire. Back in 1957 John Christie was asked during the course of an interview, ‘Why Mozart?’ Find out his response…

Two of Mozart’s most famous operas opened Glyndebourne’s first Festival 80 years ago. Read John Christie’s comments on preparations for the event…

In Glyndebourne’s 80th anniversary year Mozart’s work takes centre stage twice. Composed at opposite ends of his career; the rarely performed La finta giardiniera explores class divisions within a comedic plot whilst the more well-known Don Giovanni is an earth shattering opera which takes us on a 24 hour rollercoaster ride with the womanising Don Juan.

How does Freddie Wake Walker manage it? Read WhatsOnStage.com’s interview with Glyndebourne’s young director of La finta giardiniera.

BOOK NOW for Don Giovanni on best available dates:
Book tickets for 9 July
Book tickets for 16 July 

Why is there a time limit?

Due to demand from other customers seats are reserved for a maximum of 20 minutes in order to allow you to complete your purchase. If the order has not been completed within this time, all seats will be removed from your basket.