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Feature
1st July 2021

Remembering your first visit to Glyndebourne

This year we are celebrating 70 years of Membership. Our Members tell us about their first visit to Glyndebourne.
Video
2nd August 2021

The Organ Room Sessions: Hera Hyesang Park

Hera Hyesang Park performs arias from by Mozart and Charles Gounod in the historic Glyndebourne Organ Room.
News
22nd June 2021

Announcing Festival 2022

It is with great pleasure that we can announce next year’s Festival, which will run from 21 May to 28…

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Podcast: Cendrillon
Podcast
Podcast: Cendrillon
Katie Derham explores Massenet's lavish opera Cendrillon
Podcast: The Moderate Soprano special – Roger Allam interview
Podcast
Podcast: The Moderate Soprano special – Roger Allam interview
A look at the David Hare play inspired by Glyndebourne's founders
Podcast: author Kate Mosse on Pelléas et Mélisande
Podcast
Podcast: author Kate Mosse on Pelléas et Mélisande
Katie Derham is joined by novelist Kate Mosse to discuss Pelléas et Mélisande
Podcast: Vanessa
Podcast
Podcast: Vanessa
Katie Derham explores Samuel Barber's Pulitzer Prize-winning opera, Vanessa
Podcast: Pelléas et Mélisande
Podcast
Podcast: Pelléas et Mélisande
Katie Derham explores Claude Debussy's pioneering opera, Pelléas et Mélisande
Podcast: Giulio Cesare
Podcast
Podcast: Giulio Cesare
Katie Derham explores love and politics in Handel's opera, Giulio Cesare
Podcast: Der Rosenkavalier
Podcast
Podcast: Der Rosenkavalier
In this episode of our podcast Katie Derham explores Richard Strauss's comedic opera, Der Rosenkavalier
Podcast: Madama Butterfly
Podcast
Podcast: Madama Butterfly
Katie Derham explores Puccini's heartbreakingly beautiful opera, Madama Butterfly
Podcast: Saul
Podcast
Podcast: Saul
In this episode of our podcast Katie Derham explores Handel's Saul
Podcast: Il barbiere di Siviliga
Podcast
Podcast: Il barbiere di Siviliga
In this episode of our podcast we explore Rossini's opera, Il barbiere di Siviliga
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