24th July 2014
Glyndebourne Tour is to honour the artistic vision of its founder Sir George Christie by taking three world-class productions, two fresh from premieres at Glyndebourne Festival, on the road this autumn. Sir George, who died in May, established the Tour in 1968 driven by an ambition to bring the highest quality opera to as many people as possible and nurture talented singers from across the world at the start of their careers.
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.
16th June 2014
It is with great sadness that we report the death of our dear friend and supporter Christine Collins. Throughout her life, Christine has been a champion and major benefactor of the arts. At Glyndebourne she was committed to supporting young people and their artistic journey. Christine supported the chorus scheme, as well as the successful pilot of the Glyndebourne Academy which assists young people who have barriers to receiving musical training. In 2014 she had given her support to the Understudies for La Finta Giardiniera. 
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. 
9th April 2014
Newly released figures show that the Glyndebourne wind turbine has exceeded its target in its second year of operation. In the 12 months to January 2014, the turbine generated enough energy to cover 102% of the organisation’s electricity needs, surpassing the projected target of 90%. Any power that isn’t used by Glyndebourne is exported to the local grid to provide a source of renewable energy for the community.
17th March 2014
Glyndebourne has launched a national art competition inviting talented and aspiring young artists to design the cover of its 2014 Tour Programme. The winning artist will see their artwork grace the cover of 10,000 copies of the Glyndebourne Tour Programme and be commercially exhibited at Glyndebourne and participating galleries this autumn.  
5th March 2014
With three new productions, a new head chef and an eagerly anticipated new Music Director, 2014 will see Glyndebourne Festival celebrate 80 years as one of Europe’s most beloved cultural attractions. Joining Glyndebourne as Executive Chef is Julian Wilson, former head chef at Harrods, who began his career at Glyndebourne in the 1980s. Julian forms a key part of the award-winning team at Leiths, offering modern British dining from quintessential Glyndebourne picnics to luxurious cream teas and high end, haute cuisine.
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.
27th February 2014
Independent research released today reveals for the first time the full extent of Glyndebourne’s significant impact on the East Sussex economy. The report examines all aspects of Glyndebourne’s impact to reveal how it supports the local economy. This includes audience spend, Glyndebourne’s expenditure on wages and with local suppliers and spending by the visiting artists who create and perform in the operas on stage.

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