25th April 2012
Glyndebourne will celebrate the 2012 European Opera Days campaign by hosting a free online streaming of On Such A Night, a charming and captivating film from Glyndebourne’s rich archive featuring John Christie, David Knight, Marie Lohr and Josephine Griffin.
4th April 2012
Glyndebourne has become the latest charity to join the Legacy 10 campaign which seeks to encourage charitable giving in the UK. The campaign dovetails with changes to inheritance tax rules which take effect on 6 April 2012. In future people leaving at least 10% of their estate to charity will pay a lower rate of inheritance tax than they have in the past.  
3rd April 2012
The 78th Glyndebourne Festival presents 12 inspirational artists exhibiting more than 100 pieces of art and sculpture in the annual art collection that supports Glyndebourne’s Festival. Visual arts have long been integral to Glyndebourne and today, this area of work enhances our cultural output and compliments the annual Festival presenting a series of artistic and sculptural debuts that harmoniously synchronise with the 2012 Festival repertoire.
3rd April 2012
Glyndebourne yesterday hosted the world premiere of a major new production conceived and performed by artists with learning disabilities. Gold Run was inspired by the story of the return of learning disabled athletes to the Olympics at London 2012. A ban had been in place since 2000 following the discovery that the Spanish basketball team were fielding non learning disabled players.
27th March 2012
Glyndebourne Festival has announced its biggest cinema programme yet with more operas screening to more people, in more cinemas than ever before. Five of the operas in the 2012 Festival, including all three of this year’s new productions, will be shown in over 50 cinemas across the UK in partnership with Picturehouse Entertainment.
23rd March 2012
Glyndebourne’s 2012 Festival will reach a global audience of millions through innovative digital partnerships with The Guardian Newspaper Group and Picturehouse Entertainment.  The 78th Glyndebourne Festival will have an enhanced digital portfolio that sees Glyndebourne’s worldwide reach expanded through the second year of its successful Guardian partnership. The 2012 campaign sees five operas in this year’s Festival streamed free at: www.guardian.co.uk      
22nd March 2012
Public booking for the 78th Glyndebourne Festival, the first opera festival in the world to be powered by renewable energy, opens on Saturday 24 March 2012.  
21st February 2012
A major new production staged at Glyndebourne and performed by artists with learning disabilities will premiere on Glyndebourne’s main stage on 1st April 2012.
20th January 2012
Sir David Attenborough has today launched Glyndebourne's wind turbine endorsing the opera house as an environmental innovator in the arts community.
13th January 2012
Following the success of Glyndebourne’s acclaimed Fairy Queen winning the 2011 BBC Music Magazine Award for best DVD, Glyndebourne is delighted to announce Britten’s Billy Budd has been nominated as best DVD for the 2012 awards. This year’s nomination is even more exciting as this is the first year the public can vote for the category of Best DVD.

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