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Support our new production of Don Giovanni

Be instrumental in bringing a new production of Mozart’s most complex work to the Glyndebourne stage.

Be instrumental in bringing a new production of Mozart’s most complex work to the Glyndebourne stage.

The works of Mozart have been at the heart of Glyndebourne’s repertoire since the inception of the Festival and this will be the company’s seventh production of Don Giovanni since its first appearance in 1936.

Director Mariame Clément applies her incisive, probing approach and humour to a production examining the idea and experience of seduction and the model of masculinity presented by the mythical figure of Don Giovanni.

Moldovan baritone Andrey Zhilikhovsky stars as the womanising aristocrat Don Giovanni, with the roles of Donna Anna and Donna Elvira, two of the many women to be seduced and abandoned by the dastardly nobleman, performed by Russian soprano Venera Gimadieva and Armenian soprano Ruzan Mantashayan.

Andrey Zhilikhovsky in Il barbiere di Siviglia, Festival 2019. Photo: Robert Workman


If you would like to discuss support, we would love to hear from you.

JOIN THE Don Giovanni 2023 Festival CIRCLE or Syndicate (From £5,000+)

Deepen your involvement and gain an insider’s view of the creative process through exclusive events.

Please contact the Director of Development, Helen McCarthy at helen.mccarthy@glyndebourne.com or call +44 (0)1273 815032

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