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.
7th October 2014
Fifty-seven members of Glyndebourne Youth Opera (GYO) will perform in the world premiere of a new science fiction opera on the main stage at Glyndebourne this November.
1st October 2014
A new musical show for schools and families gives five performances at the Brighton Dome next week as part of the 2014 Glyndebourne Tour. Songs About Us was devised and directed by Dominic Harlan, a pianist, performer, and composer who specialises in introducing children to opera and music-theatre and regularly devises projects for leading UK arts institutions including Glyndebourne, Wigmore Hall and Opera North.
19th August 2014
Nine thousand children will have the chance to experience the exhilaration of watching fully-staged opera this autumn thanks to Performances for Schools on the 2014 Glyndebourne Tour. Glyndebourne Performances for Schools offer priority booking and reduced price tickets to schools to take their students to see an opera, often for the first time.  Since the initiative began in 2006, over 30,000 children have been able to experience top quality, live opera in their home towns.
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. 
4th November 2013
On Friday 22 November eighty young people aged 9 - 17 will perform on the main-stage at Glyndebourne to mark the centenary of Benjamin Britten, exactly one hundred years since the day of his birth. The performance will be attended by Britten’s niece, Sussex resident, Sally Schweizer. She will meet the participants and give a post-performance talk to share memories of her uncle, one of Britain’s most celebrated composers.
12th July 2013
Glyndebourne has increased the number of dedicated schools performances in its annual autumn tour to give over 9,500 students across the UK the chance to experience world class opera on their doorstep. Glyndebourne’s Performances for Schools initiative has been running for eight years and offers subsidised tickets to local schools to attend dedicated Glyndebourne Tour performances. Tickets start from as little as £3 and the performances are reinforced by online resources to support teaching in the classroom.
2nd May 2013
Three singers from the South East who earlier this year took part in a community opera at Glyndebourne will return to the opera house this month to perform in the world-famous Glyndebourne Festival. Fiona Alsop, Matthew Tweddle and Darren Harker will appear in a new production of the opera Aridane auf Naxos by composer Richard Strauss which opens this year’s Glyndebourne Festival on Saturday 18 May.
25th April 2013
Glyndebourne will offer an exclusive free streaming of its new community opera Imago to celebrate European Opera Days 2013.

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