29th August 2012
Lovers Walk is a brand new one-act opera commissioned by Glyndebourne and created by Glyndebourne’s first ever Young-Composer-in-Residence, Luke Styles. This exciting new piece imagines four couples from different stages in history as they face challenging and compelling emotional struggles pursuing the ones they love, their lives become entwined by one common thread; Brighton’s Preston Park and its aptly named courting path, Lover’s Walk.
24th August 2012
Glyndebourne Tour 2012  sets out on a nine week tour of the UK from 4 October beginning at Glyndebourne, the Tour then goes on to visit; Woking, Norwich, Wimbledon, Covent Garden (Linbury Studio), Plymouth, Canterbury, Milton Keynes and Stoke-on-Trent. The Glyndebourne Tour blends exciting new talent and exceptionally high production standards, offering something for everyone, whether an opera newcomer or a seasoned aficionado.
21st August 2012
Do you have what it takes to make your mark on Glyndebourne’s main stage? In March 2013 Glyndebourne is staging Imago, its next large-scale community opera and the hunt is now on for a host of talented local people to join the cast.
13th July 2012
Glyndebourne opera house and Harkness Roses have launched Rosa ‘Glyndebourne’, a bespoke english rose designed and developed as a signature plant and inspired by the music and spirit of Glyndebourne.
2nd July 2012
An exciting new production, created by 30 young people from Brighton and Hove, premieres at Preston Park’s Velodrome on July 14th as part of the city’s Olympic Torch Relay celebrations. Vixen is the culmination of an ambitious youth project led by Glyndebourne in partnership with Central United Reformed Church Hove, the Brighton and Hove Youth Arts Project and the Youth Offending Service. The project is free to attend and open to everyone to enjoy.
12th June 2012
This autumn the Glyndebourne Tour offers its most extensive range of opera yet; there are more venues, more operas and more chances to experience Glyndebourne at its best. From October to December the Tour presents ten weeks of thrilling performances bringing world-renowned, affordable opera to audiences across the country.
29th May 2012
A recording of Laurent Pelly’s witty production of Engelbert Humperdinck's most successful opera, Hänsel und Gretel, has been released on the Glyndebourne label. First performed at Glyndebourne in 2008, the new recording was captured during a live performance of the 2010 revival when the opera was brilliantly conducted by Robin Ticciati. Well-received during its first run, the 2010 revival was popular with critics and audience alike with Alice Coote in the role of Hänsel and Lydia Teuscher as Gretel both receiving critical acclaim.
28th May 2012
Picnics are a popular part of every British summer and this year there is even more reason to enjoy some al fresco dining, thanks to the diversity of celebratory events taking place across the country. From the Diamond Jubilee to the Olympics, Ascot to Glyndebourne, the picnic rugs are out in force this summer. Whatever the occasion, Glyndebourne’s new range of picnic wares will add a touch of sophistication to any event. Following the launch of Glyndebourne’s wind turbine we are continuing our efforts to reduce our carbon footprint with a range of new sustainable picnic products.
2nd May 2012
When Glyndebourne Festival opens on 20 May it will be the first UK opera festival powered by renewable energy, establishing Glyndebourne as an environmental innovator in the arts. 
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.

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