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Be part of the dedicated group of supporters who bring Handel's Alcina to the Glyndebourne stage for the first time.

Help us to bring Handel’s final ‘magic’ opera to the Festival.

Glyndebourne Festival 2020 will see our first-ever production of Handel’s Alcina, directed by Francesco Micheli. Micheli brings style and sumptuous excess to Glyndebourne’s first staging, conducted by Gianluca Capuano.

A son searching for his father; a woman searching for her fiance; a sorceress searching for truth: Handel’s last and greatest ‘magic’ opera is an exuberant fantasy full of illusion and wizardry, but it’s also a probing psychological portrait of love in all its forms. In Alcina herself, Handel creates one of the most complex and compelling heroines of his career – at once witch and woman, villain and victim.

‘Opera needs more institutions like Glyndebourne who actively support the art form in a dynamic, modern and relevant way’

– AndrÉ Hoffman, Production Supporter

How to support this production

JOIN THE ALCINA SYNDICATE (£20,000+) OR CIRCLE (£5000+)

In return, you gain an insider view of the creative process through exclusive events and rehearsals, as you help us bring this production to life. Plus, you enjoy year-round benefits and a tailored relationship with Glyndebourne.

For more information please contact the Development team on +44(0)1273 815400 or development@glyndebourne.com

Or fill out the form below to be contacted by a member of our team.


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