Glyndebourne wins TMA Award

Production image from Glyndebourne's Giulio Cesare

The 75th Anniversary Festival has won the Achievement in Opera award at this year's TMA Awards.

The prestigious award, announced annually by the Theatre Management Association was given to Glyndebourne for its 'outstanding' 2009 Festival which marked 75 years since the founding of the Opera House by John Christie.

The other nominees were Sarah Connolly for her performances in Opera North’s I Capuleti e i Montecchi and Glyndebourne’s own Giulio Cesare and Tristan und Isoldeas well as David McVicar for his productions of Così fan tutte and La Traviata at Scottish Opera.

To view all the award winners and nominees for this year TMA award go to the 2009 Theatre awards page


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