11th December 2012
2012 was a remarkable year of extraordinary British achievements and I hope that Glyndebourne, in its own way, has played its part in celebrating the richness of our culture. I like to think that our production of Purcell’s The Fairy Queen would have fitted perfectly into the opening ceremony of the Olympics with its peculiarly British humour sitting alongside ravishing music by one of our country’s greatest composers.
7th November 2012
Twenty-eight year old Baritone Duncan Rock has been granted the first £10,000 Chilcott Award for young British opera singers. Duncan made his Glyndebourne debut in 2010 when he performed as the Novice’s Friend in Billy Budd (pictured) and he then went on to perform at Glyndebourne as Keeper of the Madhouse in The Rake’s Progress and as Mercurio in L’incoronazione di Poppea.
6th November 2012
On Friday 16 November Glyndebourne will welcome BBC Children in Need as it plays host to this year's BBC South East Children in Need Party.
31st October 2012
Posted on 31st October 2012 It is with deep regret that Glyndebourne informs you that Robert Poulton was tragically killed in a car accident on Tuesday 30 October 2012. Robert had been a very valued part of the Glyndebourne family for many years. He started his professional career in the Glyndebourne Chorus and as part of this distinguished career had performed central roles both in the Festival and Tour. He will be enormously missed by everyone in the company. 
24th October 2012
Glyndebourne has appointed a Dramaturg to advise on specialist opera content for a range of initiatives including programme books, publications, media, and pre-performance talks and study events, and to provide support to Glyndebourne’s creative teams.
22nd October 2012
Glyndebourne will stage the world premiere of a new large-scale community opera involving around 90 local people in March 2013.
17th October 2012
Last chance to make your mark on Glyndebourne’s stage Imago is Glyndebourne’s latest community opera and the hunt is now on for a host of talented local people to join the cast. Glyndebourne is searching for 16 – 25 year olds to audition for Imago on Tuesday 23 October.
8th October 2012
New-look Glyndebourne Tour includes cinema screenings for first time This autumn Glyndebourne’s annual tour hits the road with a new-look that for the first time sees cinema screenings taking place alongside on-stage performances. The move is part of a wider revamp that marks the most significant change to the Tour model in more than forty years.
4th October 2012
  Pricing commitment, digital expansion and large-scale community opera  - In 2013 Glyndebourne will engage with more people than ever before.  
17th September 2012
Glyndebourne want males aged 16-25 years old to Man up! and join our exciting new community opera. Do you fit the criteria, or know someone that does? In March 2013 Glyndebourne is staging Imago, its next large scale community opera and the hunt is now on for a host of talented young men to join the cast. We’ll be running a pre-audition Man up! Workshop (for men only) which will take place on Saturday 22 September 2012 at The Birley Centre, Eastbourne College 10am -1pm.

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