Glyndebourne is committed to presenting opera of the highest quality. Browse our library of production photography from the Festival and Tour for a flavour of the productions we stage.
Images from the Festival 2016 production of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. Photography by James Bellorini.
Images from stage rehearsals for Nothing, a new opera by composer David Bruce and librettist Glyn Maxwell, featuring a chorus of young singers from Glyndebourne Youth Opera and talented young instrumentalists playing alongside Southbank Sinfonia.
Browse our gallery and discover the exciting offerings on stage at Glyndebourne this year.
Preparing to take Tour 2015 on the road. Photography: Sam Stephenson.
On Saturday 5 December the chorus and orchestra of Glyndebourne's new youth opera Nothing met at Glyndebourne for the first time. Photographer: Sam Stephenson.
Don Pasquale, Tour 2015. Photographer: Tristram Kenton.
Dido and Aeneas 2015. Photography: Sam Stephenson.
Photography from the Tour art competition exhibition.
Images from the Nothing launch day. Photographer Sam Stephenson
Photography from the Don Pasquale rehearsals, part of the 2015 Glyndebourne Tour. Photographer: James Bellorini
A gallery of shortlisted entries for the 2015 Tour art competition
A gallery of images giving a glimpse of what to expect on stage at Glyndebourne Tour 2015
Photography from the Festival 2015 production of Macbeth
Photography from L'heure espagnole (part of the Ravel double bill at Festival 2015). Photography by Richard Hubert Smith.
Photography from L’enfant et les sortilèges (part of the Ravel double bill at Festival 2015). Photography by Richard Hubert Smith.
Photography from the rehearsal room for the 2015 Glyndebourne Festival production of L'heure espagnole (part of the Ravel double bill). Photographer: James Bellorini
Photography from the 2015 production of Handel's Saul.
Photography from the rehearsal room for the 2015 Glyndebourne Festival production of L'enfant et les sortilèges (part of the Ravel double bill). Photographer: James Bellorini
Photography from the rehearsal room for the 2015 Glyndebourne Festival production of Saul. Photographer: Richard Hubert Smith
Photography from the 2015 production of Fiona Shaw's The Rape of Lucretia.
Photography from the rehearsal room for the 2015 Glyndebourne Festival production of The Rape of Lucretia. Photographer: James Bellorini
This production of Die Entführung aus dem Serail debuted at Festival 2015 and was directed by David McVicar.
Scenes from the opening night of Festival 2015.
Photography from the 2015 production of David McVicar's Carmen.
The Glyndebourne premiere of Poliuto at Festival 2015 also marks the opera’s UK professional premiere.
Photography from the rehearsal room for the 2015 Glyndebourne Festival production of Poliuto. Photographer: Richard Hubert Smith
Take a glimpse at what to expect in Festival 2015 in this selection of stunning images.
Directed by Tom Cairns with designs by Hildegard Bechtler, this production debuted at the 2014 Glyndebourne Festival.
Glyndebourne's first ever production of Mozart's La finta giardiniera, directed by Frederic Wake Walker, premiered in 2014.
Richard Jones directed Glyndebourne's first production of Der Rosenkavalier in over thirty years for the 2014 Glyndebourne Festival.
The Rape of Lucretia had it's world premiere at Glyndebourne in 1946. In 2013 Fiona Shaw directed the first staging of the work at Glyndebourne since that premiere.
A new production of Ariadne auf Naxos, directed by Katharina Thoma, opened the 2013 Glyndebourne Festival.
Jonathan Kent and Paul Brown teamed up to create this production of Rameau's Hippolyte et Aricie in 2013.
A new commission from Glyndebourne's education department, Captain Blood's Revenge debuted in 2013.
L'enfant et les sortileges, directed by Laurent Pelly, was one half of the 2012 Ravel double bill.
Laurent Pelly's L'heure espagnole comprised one half of the 2012 Ravel Double Bill.
Glyndebourne's first production of The Fairy Queen was directed by Jonathan Kent with designs by Paul Brown. It debuted in 2009 and was revived in 2012.
Directed by Michael Grandage, Glyndebourne's latest production of Le nozze di Figaro was first seen at the 2012 Festival.
A new production for the 2012 Glyndebourne Festival, The Cunning Little Vixen was directed by Melly Still.
Mariame Clément's elegant productio of Don Pasquale, designed by Julia Hansen, first appeared on the 2011 Glyndebourne Tour.
First seen in 2007, these images of Annabel Arden's production of L'elisir d'amore were taken during the 2011 revival.
David McVicar's production of La bohéme has been revived a number of times since it was first staged in 2000.
Glyndebourne's first production of Rinaldo was directed by Robert Carsen in 2011 and sets the action in a British boarding school.
Jonathan Kent's 2006 production of The Turn of the Screw was revived in 2011.
The largest production ever to be staged at Glyndebourne, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg debuted at the 2011 Festival.
This production of Don Giovanni was directed by Jonathan Kent and first appeared in 2010.
Glyndebourne's first production of Britten's Billy Budd in 2010 marked the operatic directing debut of Michael Grandage.
First seen in 2007, Richard Jones's production of Macbeth was revived in 2010.
Photography of Nicholas Hytner's 2006 production of Cosi fan tutte revived in 2010.
Glyndebourne's first production of Rusalka was directed by Melly Still for the 2009 Festival.
The Yellow Sofa was a new commission for Glyndebourne composed by its then Composer in Residence, Julian Phillips.
Laurent Pelly's highly imaginative interpretation of Hansel und Gretel was the first production of the opera to be staged at Glyndebourne.
A revival of Peter Hall's handsome production or Rossini's retelling of the story of Cinderella, first seen in 2005.
Glyndebourne's first ever Wagner production was created in 2003 and revived in 2007.
Peter Hall's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream is a Glyndebourne classic first seen in 1981.
One of Glyndebourne's most popular recent productions, Giulio Cesare was directed by David McVicar and debuted in 2005.
The most performed opera in the world, this production of Carmen was directed by David McVicar for Glyndebourne Festival 2004.
The Glyndebourne gardens are an integral part of the Glyndebourne experience.