20th October 2014
Captain Blood’s Revenge: A Pirate Opera, a studio opera for children aged 7 – 10 commissioned by Glyndebourne, has been nominated in the Stage Works category of the 2014 British Composer Awards. It is the second consecutive year that a Glyndebourne commission has been a finalist in this category following last year’s nomination for its 2013 community opera, Imago.
18th September 2014
Glyndebourne has been presented with the prestigious award for Opera Recording of the Year at the 2014 Gramophone Classical Music Awards.
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.
6th August 2014
Two Glyndebourne recordings are among six opera recordings shortlisted in the 2014 Gramophone Awards.
14th May 2014
Glyndebourne’s 2013 community opera, Imago, has won a prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) Music Award, it was announced last night (13 May). Imago won the Learning and Participation award which is presented to a project which inspired participation in music-making and created high quality musical experience and understanding. 
15th April 2014
Glyndebourne’s 2013 community opera, Imago, has been nominated for a prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) Music Award. Imago, composed by Orlando Gough with a libretto by Stephen Plaice, is nominated in the Learning and Participation category for a project which inspired participation in music-making and created high quality musical experience and understanding. 
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. 
5th February 2014
Glyndebourne opera house has swept the board in this year’s What’s on Stage opera poll, with award wins in the following categories: BEST NEW OPERA PRODUCTIONWinner: The Rape of Lucretia (Glyndebourne Tour/Fiona Shaw). BEST REVIVALWinner: Billy Budd (Glyndebourne Festival/Michael Grandage).
5th February 2014
Glyndebourne’s critically acclaimed production of Billy Budd has won the Best Revival award in the whatsonstage.com Opera Poll 2013. The win comes two days before the production makes its international debut in New York at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM).
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.

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