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Concerts: watch on Marquee TV

This summer you can watch our series of concerts online on Marquee TV

About the concerts

Watch world-class concerts from our two resident orchestras online

This summer the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment will fill the Glyndebourne auditorium with music once again, in our series of concert performances.

In this special series, curated by Glyndebourne’s Music Director Robin Ticciati, the two orchestras explore 400 years of music from baroque to contemporary, via four pinnacles of the symphonic repertoire never heard before in the theatrical setting and wonderful acoustic of Glyndebourne.

How to watch

An abridged version of Glyndebourne’s Festival 2021 concert series is being streamed to online audiences in collaboration with Marquee TV
You can buy a digital season passes for all four concerts for £50. Alternatively single passes for each concert are available for £14.99. Buy now at marquee.tv. You can also get a 3 month subscription to Marquee TV for the price of just 1 month.

Described by both Dance Magazine and the Financial Times as ‘the new Netflix for the arts,’ Marquee TV is the global streaming TV service for dance, opera, theatre, and music. Marquee TV curates the world’s greatest artists and performances from the contemporary and cutting-edge to the classics. Available directly from app stores and also on the best TV platforms, Marquee TV is the world’s leading arts streaming service.

Concerts programme

OAE Concert 1:  Brahms 1

Schools of the Romantic Heart
Watch online from 10 September

Robin Ticciati conducts the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in a programme which offers two contrasting approaches to love, placing Wagner’s unrequited passion alongside Brahm’s infatuation with Clara Schumann.

Richard Wagner
Wesendonck Lieder
Karen Cargill mezzo soprano

Johannes Brahms
Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op.68

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Robin Ticciati conductor

OAE Concert 2: Mozart Jupiter

Ceremonies and the Quest for Light
Watch online from 20 August

Bernard Labadie conducts the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in an all-Mozart programme including concert arias and ending with his 41st Symphony, Jupiter.

W.A Mozart
Vado, ma Dove? Oh Dei! K583
Siobhan Stagg soprano

W.A Mozart
Bella mia fiamma, addio! K525
Siobhan Stagg soprano

W.A Mozart
Symphony No. 41 in C major K551 – “Jupiter”

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Bernard Labadie conductor

LPO Concert 1: Mahler 4

Rites of Passage
Watch online from 2 July

A concert that conjures two different visions of heaven, both showcasing the skill of the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s string section. Lush orchestral music at its best.

R Vaughan Williams
Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis

Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 4
Sally Matthews soprano

London Philharmonic Orchestra

Robin Ticciati conductor

LPO Concert 2: Dvořák 8

Out of Chaos
Watch online from 16 July

Two musical journeys – from Mahler’s vivid depiction of life and love on the road to landscapes on a grander scale in Dvořák’s glorious 8th Symphony.

Gustav Mahler
Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Johannes Kammler baritone

Antonín Dvořák
Symphony No.8 in G major, Op. 88

London Philharmonic Orchestra

Robin Ticciati conductor

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