This autumn Glyndebourne stages Handel’s rousing oratorio about Jesus’ life, Handel’s Messiah, for the first time.
Messiah will be performed at Glyndebourne this autumn before touring to Canterbury, Milton Keynes, Norwich and Liverpool.
Tour Members will have priority booking for performances at Glyndebourne.
Tour Members’ priority booking starts from Wednesday 23 June. Festival Members’ priority booking opens on Thursday 1 July.
Public booking opens on Sunday 4 July.
Please note that due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, all of these details are subject to change.
Performance at Glyndebourne
Friday 10 December, 7.00pm
Central Stalls, Central & Side Foyer Circle, Central & Side Circle, Foyer Circle Centre Boxes, Foyer Circle Central Wheelchair places
Operas £75.00 | Concerts £60.00 | City Lights £50.00
Front Stalls, Rear Seats Foyer Circle Centre Boxes A &F, Circle Centre Boxes
Operas £69.00 | Concerts £50.00 | City Lights £40.00
Upper Circle, Foyer Circle Sides
Operas £52.00 | Concerts £50.00 | City Lights £40.00
Foyer Circle Side Boxes, Circle Side Boxes, Circle Sides, Upper Circle Slips
Operas £40.00 | Concerts £30.00 | City Lights £20.00
Operas £10.00 | Concerts £10.00 | City Lights £10.00
This autumn Glyndebourne stages Handel’s rousing oratorio about Jesus’ life, Handel’s Messiah, for the first time. This is a rare opportunity to see – and hear – Glyndebourne’s exceptional chorus centre-stage. While most oratorios put the spotlight on the soloists, Handel’s Messiah has the chorus at its heart. As exhilarating now as it was then – this is a piece that wholeheartedly showcases its singers. With Glyndebourne’s long history of superb Handel stagings, this is one not to be missed.
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