17th November 2010
Over the past few months, we have been working intensively behind the scenes to create a new and enhanced Glyndebourne.com. We’ve made a number of improvements we hope you’ll like:
14th September 2010
Highlights of the 2011 Glyndebourne Festival  The 2011 Glyndebourne Festival will open with the first ever staging here of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, directed by David McVicar and conducted by Music Director Vladimir Jurowski. Gerald Finley makes his role debut as Hans Sachs, with Anna Gabler as Eva. This will fulfil the dream of Glyndebourne’s founder, John Christie, who himself performed the role of Sixtus Beckmesser in a concert performance of Scene 1 Act III in the Glyndebourne Organ Room in 1928.
15th July 2010
All at Glyndebourne are very sad to hear of the death of Sir Charles Mackerras, who was conducting Così fan tutte during the Festival only last month. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.  In his final interview with James Whitbourn, Sir Charles speaks about his career, conducting Mozart and in particular Così fan tutte.
20th June 2010
Three performances of Stravinsky’s short operas Renard and Mavra will take place at Glyndebourne on 24, 26 & 27 August 2010. Supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation, this opera double bill will feature Anthony Gregory, one of Glyndebourne’s new Jerwood Young Artists, and members of The Glyndebourne Chorus. The operas are directed by Frederic Wake-Walker and conducted by Leo McFall with the Britten Sinfonia.
12th May 2010
In 2010, Glyndebourne on Tour will present three spectacular productions, offering a variety of musical and theatrical styles to appeal to audiences of all ages.
5th April 2010
‘Glyndebourne’s 2010 season brings Britten’s Billy Budd to the Festival for the first time and also marks the operatic debut of director, Michael Grandage, the highly acclaimed Artistic Director of the Donmar Warehouse. Following the huge success of last summer’s The Fairy Queen, Jonathan Kent returns to direct a new production of Don Giovanni, conducted by Music Director Vladimir Jurowski.
23rd March 2010
Glyndebourne is proud to announce that the next recording to be released on its independent CD label will be Rusalka from the 2009 Festival conducted by Jiří Bĕlohlávek with Ana María Martínez in the title role.
27th February 2010
Glyndebourne on Tour booking is open — Czech maestro Jakub Hrŭša’s first season as Music Director  Now in its 42nd year, Glyndebourne on Tour (GOT) presents three productions for its 2010 touring programme. Booking is now open. Incorporating both new and familiar productions, GOT is led by Czech conductor Jakub Hrŭša in the first year of his tenure as Music Director.
2nd February 2010
On Sunday 18th April, a performance of Mozart’s Requiem will be conducted by American James Gaffigan accompanied with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Soloists include Jean Mark Ainsley, Sally Matthews, Barbara Senator and Matthew Rose, who are also all performing in this year’s Glyndebourne Festival. The proceeds of the concert will be divided equally between two local charities; Leo House at Home and the Lewes Railway Land Wildlife Trust’s Linklater Pavilion Project.
8th January 2010
Glyndebourne is proud to announce that the next recording to be released on its independent CD label will be Idomeneo from the 1964 Festival conducted by John Pritchard with Luciano Pavarotti singing Idamante.

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