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Support La bohème

Help share this new production of Puccini’s La bohème

Join the tour circle from £5,000+ and Help share this new production of Puccini’s La bohème debuted in the Glyndebourne Festival 2022 with audiences across England.

Floris Visser’s production features an exciting young cast in Glyndebourne’s first new La bohème for over 20 years.

In La bohème Puccini created an opera in which ordinary people are elevated to the level of the extraordinary, the tragic, the timeless – transformed by a score that has seduced generations of audiences.

By joining the La bohème Circle you will be investing in a cast of emerging talent, several of whom, having been cover artists for their roles in the Festival, will go on to become principals in the Glyndebourne Tour. These include Gabriella Reyes as Mimi, Mariam Battistelli as Musetta, Luyuvo Mbundu as Schaunard and William Thomas as Colline.

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

JOIN THE La bohème circle (from £5,000+) and syndicate (from £15,000+)

Deepen your involvement and gain an insider’s view of the creative process with invitations to events and a rehearsal.

Please contact our Development Manager, Tanya Richardson at tanya.richardson@glyndebourne.com or call 01273 815419

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT HOW WE RECOGNISE THE VITAL SUPPORT OF OUR DONORS

Image credits: Illustration © Katie Ponder

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