Podcast: Billy Budd

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As part of the celebrations of Britten’s centenary year, Peggy Reynolds explores one of his best-loved works – Billy Budd. With contributi… Read more

Podcast: Eugene Onegin

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In this podcast we journey to Russia in the 1820s, the setting for Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s tale of love and loss, Eugene Onegin. The opera was dr… Read more

Podcast: La finta giardiniera

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Mozart’s music is one of the defining sounds of Glyndebourne, with performances of his works given almost every year since Le nozze di Figaro opened… Read more

Podcast: Hippolyte et Aricie

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Peggy Reynolds provides a historical and musical introduction to one of the great works of French Baroque opera, Jean-Philippe Rameau’s Hippolyt… Read more

Podcast: Don Pasquale

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Peggy Reynolds explores Gaetano Donizetti’s Don Pasquale. With expert insights from the conductor, Sir Mark Elder, who argues that Don Pasquale … Read more

Podcast: Le nozze di Figaro

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A guide to Glyndebourne’s signature opera, Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, with music from the live recording of our 1962 production. Pre… Read more

Podcast: Carmen

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Hot, exotic Andalucía. The setting for a doomed love affair where the romantic, but naïve soldier Don José is led astray by the bewitching Carmen. … Read more

Podcast: The Rape of Lucretia

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For Britten’s centenary year, Fiona Shaw directs a new production of The Rape of Lucretia, which had its first performance at Glyndebourne in 19… Read more

Podcast: Don Giovanni

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Conductor Robin Ticciati talks to James Whitbourn about Mozart’s Don Giovanni , revived at Glyndebourne in 2011 and 2014. (recorded on location … Read more