Bring opera to life in the classroom with our teaching resources for Key Stages 2 to 4.
Through our digital resources we endeavour to support teachers to use a Glyndebourne performance to engage, inspire and challenge pupils, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to invent, experiment and ignite creativity in the classroom. We collaborate with local teachers to design resources that aim to further develop an appreciation of opera across several subject areas while being flexible to teacher needs and the strengths of all pupils. These resources can be adapted for use over several lessons or as individual tasks to complement your current planning and school curriculum.
We invite teachers of Key Stages 2 to 4 to explore our range of digital resources to help bring opera to life in the classroom.
For any questions regarding this, or any Glyndebourne Learning & Engagement project, please contact us at any time.
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To be, or not to be. This is Hamlet’s dilemma, and the essence of Shakespeare’s most famous and arguably greatest work, given new life in operatic form in this original Glyndebourne commission.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Not many comic operas begin with a cold-blooded murder and end with the hero’s consignment to hell – but Don Giovanni swings restlessly between comedy and tragedy to startling effect.