26th April 2013
Glyndebourne has today launched its first national art competition inviting talented and aspiring young artists from across the UK to design the cover of its 2013 Tour Programme. The winning artist will see their artwork grace the cover of 10,000 copies of the Glyndebourne Tour Programme and be exhibited at Glyndebourne and participating gallery spaces this autumn.
25th April 2013
Glyndebourne will offer an exclusive free streaming of its new community opera Imago to celebrate European Opera Days 2013.
22nd April 2013
Sir George Christie, former Chairman of Glyndebourne, is to be awarded the Lifetime Achievement award at tonight’s (22 April) inaugural Opera Awards.
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.
15th March 2013
Book tickets online for Glyndebourne Festival 2013 between Monday 18 March 12.01am and midnight Sunday 25 March and get 25% off any CD on the Glyndebourne label during this time.
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.
1st March 2013
Following overwhelming public demand for tickets to Glyndebourne’s new community opera Imago, only standing places remain for the evening performances on 7, 8 and 9 March. As a result, Glyndebourne has decided to open the schools performance at 11am on Wednesday 6 March to the public. This performance was originally only open to local schools to attend and therefore a significant number of the audience will be 16 years and under. Book online or by calling the Box Office on +44 (0) 1273 815000.
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.

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