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10th February 2021

Five minutes to fall in love with… Così fan tutte

We take a look at a much-loved Glyndebourne classic.
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2nd December 2020

Preparing for Festival 2021

Glyndebourne is finding new ways to work during the pandemic.
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27th January 2021

Stories from the Archive: Peter Gellhorn

To mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2021 we’re remembering the conductor and composer Peter Gellhorn, who fled Nazi Germany in 1935,…

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Festival 2021 update
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Festival 2021 update
We’re pleased to announce that Festival 2021 will run from 20 May until 29 August, with some small changes to our previously published plans.
Festival 2021 – your questions answered
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Festival 2021 – your questions answered
Your quick guide to this summer’s Festival and the impact of COVID-19.
Oliver Messel: a queer aesthetic
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Oliver Messel: a queer aesthetic
To mark LGBTQ+ History Month, we look back at the career of Oliver Messel at Glyndebourne.
Five minutes to fall in love with… Così fan tutte
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Five minutes to fall in love with… Così fan tutte
We take a look at a much-loved Glyndebourne classic.
Digitising Così fan tutte
Digitising Così fan tutte
Our Archivist Philip Boot gives an update about our exciting digitisation project, and shares rarely seen images from some of our earliest productions of Mozart’s Così fan tutte.
Q&A with Huw Montague Rendall
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Q&A with Huw Montague Rendall
Huw Montague Rendall chats to us about his upcoming return to Glyndebourne in Così fan tutte.
Five minutes to fall in love with… Luisa Miller
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Five minutes to fall in love with… Luisa Miller
In this instalment we take a look at Verdi’s powerful tragedy.
Five minutes to fall in love with… Il turco in Italia
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Five minutes to fall in love with… Il turco in Italia
In this instalment we take a look at Rossini’s sparkling and sophisticated, culture-clash farce.
Stories from the Archive: Peter Gellhorn
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Stories from the Archive: Peter Gellhorn
To mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2021 we’re remembering the conductor and composer Peter Gellhorn, who fled Nazi Germany in 1935, and became a key figure at post-war Glyndebourne.
Five minutes to fall in love with… Kát’a Kabanová
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Five minutes to fall in love with… Kát’a Kabanová
We lift the lid on Kát’a Kabanová - Janáček's intensely lyrical piece that blends bold national colours with brutal, universal drama
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