Short features

Director Laurent Pelly and conductor Kazushi Ono introduce Ravel's double bill L’heure espagnole and L’enfant et les sortilèges.
Deborah Bell's sculpture Artemis is installed near the Ha-Ha at Glyndebourne in May 2012 as part of our Art and Sculpture at Glyndebourne for the 2012 Festival.
The season overview gives our audience an idea of the opportunities and events that were available at the 2012 festival.
Watch a short time-lapse on Glyndebournes wind turbine being constructed.
The Vixen Composition Project is in partnership with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and is inspired by the new production of Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen in the Glyndebourne Festival 2012.
Glyndebourne’s Performances for Schools introduce young people to opera from a world-class opera house and give students the opportunity to watch a live performance.
Watch a short film to discover what Glyndebourne means to our Members and donors.
Sir George Christie and Gus Christie look at the relationship between the composer's work and Glyndebourne.
Professor Julian Johnson introduces Wagner's only comic opera.
Discover Stravinsky's fable with interviews from designer David Hockney, conductor Vladimir Jurowski and director John Cox.

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