Photo gallery

Don Giovanni

A selection of photos from our autumn 2023 production of Mozart's Don Giovanni.

A selection of photos from our autumn 2023 production of Don Giovanni.

An opera to get the pulse racing, an exhilarating and unsettling drama about men, women and the human cost of a life lived outside the lines.

Photographer: Richard Hubert Smith

Don Giovanni (Andrei Bondarenko), Leporello (Sam Carl) and Donna Elvira (Alexandra Lowe)

Don Giovanni (Andrei Bondarenko), Masetto (Michael Ronan), Zerlina (Charlotte Bowden) and members of the Glyndebourne Chorus

Donna Anna (Kseniia Proshina) and Don Ottavio (Nico Darmanin)

Leporello (Sam Carl), Don Giovanni (Andrei Bondarenko) and The Commendatore (Ivo Stanchev)

Leporello (Sam Carl), Donna Elvira (Alexandra Lowe), Donna Anna (Kseniia Proshina), Don Giovanni (Andrei Bondarenko), Don Ottavio (Nico Darmanin) and members of the Glyndebourne Chorus

Zerlina (Charlotte Bowden) and Don Giovanni (Andrei Bondarenko)

Don Giovanni (Andrei Bondarenko) and Leporello (Sam Carl)

Donna Elvira (Alexandra Lowe), Don Ottavio (Nico Darmanin), Donna Anna (Kseniia Proshina) and Don Giovanni (Andrei Bondarenko)

Leporello (Sam Carl) and Don Giovanni (Andrei Bondarenko)

Donna Anna (Kseniia Proshina) and The Commendatore (Ivo Stanchev)

Don Giovanni (Andrei Bondarenko) and Zerlina (Charlotte Bowden)

Leporello (Sam Carl), The Commendatore (Ivo Stanchev), Don Giovanni (Andrei Bondarenko) and members of the Glyndebourne Chorus


Don Giovanni IS ON STAGE until 2 December 2023

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