27th February 2010
UK opera companies are joining forces with 100 opera houses in 22 countries to present a weekend of activities to celebrate European Opera Days. Taking place on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th May 2010, European Opera Days is coordinated by Opera Europa, the European organisation for professional opera companies and festivals, and RESEO, the European Network for Opera and Dance Education.
2nd February 2010
On Sunday 18th April, a performance of Mozart’s Requiem will be conducted by American James Gaffigan accompanied with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Soloists include Jean Mark Ainsley, Sally Matthews, Barbara Senator and Matthew Rose, who are also all performing in this year’s Glyndebourne Festival. The proceeds of the concert will be divided equally between two local charities; Leo House at Home and the Lewes Railway Land Wildlife Trust’s Linklater Pavilion Project.
8th January 2010
Glyndebourne is proud to announce that the next recording to be released on its independent CD label will be Idomeneo from the 1964 Festival conducted by John Pritchard with Luciano Pavarotti singing Idamante.
8th November 2009
Knight Crew is the latest initiative from Glyndebourne Education placing youth and the community centre stage in a new commission from Glyndebourne’s first composer-in-residence Julian Philips. With Gareth Malone joining the production team at Glyndebourne to take on the role of chorus master on his first opera, BBC Two’s Gareth goes to Glyndebourne will follow the project from its early stages through to the March performances.
2nd November 2009
The 75th Anniversary Festival has won the Achievement in Opera award at this year's TMA Awards. The prestigious award, announced annually by the Theatre Management Association was given to Glyndebourne for its 'outstanding' 2009 Festival which marked 75 years since the founding of the Opera House by John Christie.
27th October 2009
Highlights of 2010 at Glyndebourne Artistic Director of the Donmar Warehouse, Michael Grandage will make his opera debut directing the new production of Billy Budd which will open the 2010 Festival. Grandage’s debut will mark a continuing tradition of theatre directors making opera debuts at Glyndebourne from Trevor Nunn in 1982 with Idomeneo to Melly Still with Rusalka in 2009.
25th August 2009
Statement from Glyndebourne – Rusalka on Friday 21st August 2009
25th August 2009
The final installment - Paul Hopwood talks about life on (and off) stage at Glyndebourne's75th Anniversary Festival. Paul is a tenor in the Glyndebourne Chorus, he started his professional life as an English and drama teacher, then left a job at Eton College to spend a year on a postgraduate scholarship at the Guildhall. He joined Glyndebourne the following summer, and has been working here on and off for the last six years, combining it with his freelance work.
28th July 2009
Month three - Paul Hopwood talks about life on (and off) stage at Glyndebourne's 75th Anniversary Festival. Paul is a tenor in the Glyndebourne Chorus, he started his professional life as an English and drama teacher, then left a job at Eton College to spend a year on a postgraduate scholarship at the Guildhall. He joined Glyndebourne the following summer, and has been working here on and off for the last six years, combining it with his freelance work.
2nd July 2009
Now in its 41st year, Glyndebourne on Tour (GOT) presents three productions for its 2009 touring programme. Booking is now open. Incorporating both new and familiar productions, GOT is led once again by Robin Ticciati, now in the final year of his tenure as Music Director.

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