Photo gallery

Don Pasquale

A selection of photos from our Festival 2022 production of Donizetti's Don Pasquale.

A selection of photos from our Festival 2022 production of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale.

Mariame Clément’s elegant production returns, conducted by Ben Glassberg.

Photographer: Robbie Jack

 Dr Malatesta (Huw Montague Rendall), Don Pasquale (José Fardilha) and Servant (Anna-Marie Sullivan)

Norina (Erin Morley) and Dr Malatesta (Huw Montague Rendall)

Don Pasquale (José Fardilha) and Norina (Erin Morley), Dr Malatesta (Huw Montague Rendall) and Servant (Anna-Marie Sullivan)

 Norina (Erin Morley), A Notary (Patrick Alexander Keefe) and Dr Malatesta (Huw Montague Rendall)

Norina (Erin Morley) and Don Pasquale (José Fardilha)

The Glyndebourne Chorus

Dr Malatesta (Huw Montague Rendall) and Don Pasquale (José Fardilha)

Ernesto (Josh Lovell) and Norina (Erin Morley)

The Glyndebourne Chorus

Ernesto (Josh Lovell), Norina (Erin Morley), Dr Malatesta (Huw Montague Rendall), Don Pasquale (José Fardilha) and Servant (Anna-Marie Sullivan)

Ernesto (Josh Lovell) and The Glyndebourne Chorus

Don Pasquale (José Fardilha) and Dr Malatesta (Huw Montague Rendall)

Norina (Erin Morley) and Dr Malatesta (Huw Montague Rendall)

Don Pasquale (José Fardilha) and The Glyndebourne Chorus

Dr Malatesta (Huw Montague Rendall) and Norina (Erin Morley)


Don Pasquale is on stage at festival until 27 August 2022

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