A programme of performances by the LPO and the OAE in the Glyndebourne auditorium this summer
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About the performance
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 the Baroque to contemporary, via the pinnacles of the symphonic repertoire never heard before in the theatrical setting and wonderful acoustic of Glyndebourne.
Every concert will be wrapped in the full Festival experience – including a long dining interval in which to enjoy our restaurants or gardens.
The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Robin Ticciati conducts the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in a programme which balances music by Weber, Berlioz and Wagner with Brahms 1st Symphony, a work which Ticciati has made his own.
The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in an all Mozart programme including concert arias and ending with his 41st Symphony, The Jupiter. The conductor for this concert will be confirmed soon.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra
Robin Ticciati and the London Philharmonic Orchestra present a concert which pairs songs by Mahler and music by French Baroque composer, Rebel, with Dvořák’s glorious 8th Symphony.
Robin Ticciati and the London Philharmonic Orchestra in an evening which explores ancient and modern English music before the Glyndebourne premiere of Mahler’s 4th Symphony.
Central Stalls, Front Stalls, Central & Side Foyer Circle, Central & Side Circle, Foyer Circle Centre Boxes: £150
Front Side Stalls, Rear Seats Foyer Circle Centre Boxes A & F, Circle Centre Boxes: £125
Upper Circle Rows A-D: £100
Rear Foyer Circle Sides, Rear Circle Sides, Foyer Circle Side Boxes 5-8, Upper Circle Row E-G: £80
Front Foyer Circle Sides & Side Boxes, Circle Side Boxes, Upper Circle Slips: £40
Main image: Cloud Garden © Tom Hammick. All rights reserved, DACS 2021