27th August 2014
Glyndebourne, in association with its catering partner Leith’s, has been awarded Two Stars by the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA). The SRA rating is awarded to venues with an ongoing commitment to sustainability and recognises establishments that source food more sustainably, manage resources efficiently and work more closely with their community.
26th August 2014
Soprano Louise Alder is the 2014 recipient of the prestigious John Christie Award, it was announced on Sunday (24 August) at the final performance of this year’s Glyndebourne Festival. The John Christie Award is an annual scholarship given to a promising young singer to fund private study and has been awarded since 1965 by the Worshipful Company of Musicians.
22nd August 2014
The first professionally staged UK performance of Donizetti’s Poliuto is to open Glyndebourne Festival 2015, an event that will see 15 Glyndebourne debuts and 23 role debuts. The Festival 2015 repertoire spans 300 years and will include Glyndebourne’s first staging of Handel’s Saul. The full season line-up was announced today following the last performance of the 2014 Festival, a season which saw the following successes:
6th August 2014
Two Glyndebourne recordings are among six opera recordings shortlisted in the 2014 Gramophone Awards.
16th July 2014
Glyndebourne has retained the 3* Industry Green rating it was awarded last  year by independent environmental organisation Julie’s Bicycle in recognition of the organisation’s on-going commitment to addressing its environmental impact.  This rating is currently held by just three other arts venues and five outdoor festivals.
27th February 2014
Glyndebourne is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Telegraph Media Group (TMG) that will see The Telegraph become the opera house’s 2014 online Festival partner in the UK.
13th February 2014
Glyndebourne has been nominated in the Festival category of the second International Opera Awards. The Awards, which attracted over 1,600 nominations from around the world, aim to provide bursaries for emerging opera talent and to celebrate excellence in the world of opera. Glyndebourne will compete alongside the Aix-en-Provence, Bregenz, Longborough, Pesaro and Wexford festivals in its category when the awards are announced on Monday 7 April. 
28th January 2014
This year Glyndebourne Festival celebrates its 80th birthday, and in recognition of this Opus Arte release 'Glorious Glyndebourne' on DVD and Blu-ray. 
12th September 2013
Glyndebourne is competing to be crowned the first ever winner of the Most Welcoming Theatre Award in association with Classic FM. The award is part of the My Theatre Matters! campaign, which is run by Equity, Theatrical Management Association and The Stage, and seeks to galvanise public support for regional theatres following cuts in local government funding during 2013.
25th August 2013
Robin Ticciati will conduct his first Glyndebourne Festival as Music Director.  He is only the seventh conductor to hold the post in Glyndebourne’s 80- year history, following in the distinguished line of Fritz Busch, Vittorio Gui, John Pritchard, Bernard Haitink, Andrew Davis and Vladimir Jurowski.    

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