8th April 2013
Bespoke works from some of the world’s most celebrated artists will be exhibited at the Glyndebourne Festival this year. As the 100-piece collection prepares to be installed, Glyndebourne is proud to announce the 15 artists showing paintings, sculpture and photography; inspired by Glyndebourne’s music, history and landscape to create work exclusively for the 2013 Festival exhibition.
5th April 2013
When the 2013 Glyndebourne Festival opens on May 18 the seminal anniversaries of Verdi and Britten will be celebrated on stage, on screen and online.  For the first time in Glyndebourne’s history, all six Festival productions (in a combination of live and recorded live transmissions) will be streamed into cinemas and online, cementing Glyndebourne’s longstanding commitment to using digital developments to bring the art form to new audiences.
8th March 2013
Wind energy has been the world’s fastest growing renewable energy source for the last decade and in January 2012 Sir David Attenborough launched Glyndebourne's wind turbine, an Enercon E44, endorsing the opera house as an environmental innovator in the arts community.
27th February 2013
One third of tickets priced at £100 or less and 1,000 under 30’s tickets at just £30       
25th February 2013
Laurent Pelly’s Ravel double bill, which premiered at Glyndebourne Festival 2012, has been awarded the Best New Opera Production prize in the whatsonstage.com annual opera poll. In its second year the whatsonstage.com Opera Poll saw fierce voting from over 1000 members of the general public and opera aficionados.
16th January 2013
Glyndebourne starts its Britten centenary celebrations by releasing an audio recording of its 2010 production of Billy Budd on the Glyndebourne label.  
28th November 2012
Almost one year on from the launch of the Glyndebourne wind turbine, over 150 young people from across Sussex will perform at the opera house in a gala concert dedicated to exploring nature, nurture and the environment. ‘Till the summer comes again’ takes place on the main stage at Glyndebourne on Sunday 9 December.
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.

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