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Glyndebourne Open House

Make Sunday evenings your moment of escape and let glorious opera free us from our isolation, if only for a few hours.

Our stage may be dark but, with your help, the Festival goes on…

Glyndebourne Open House throws open our doors to everyone, everywhere: join us at 5.00pm each Sunday and enjoy world-class opera in your living room for free.

In true Festival style, we hope you’ll use this as an opportunity to make memories – dust off your finery, clink a glass with friends and family and be united with opera lovers from across the globe. We can’t conjure the smell of the Glyndebourne roses or a view of the lake, but we can still create an experience to share.

Free operas on YouTube

Der Rosenkavalier
05 Jul - 12 Jul

Der Rosenkavalier

Strauss

Billy Budd
12 Jul - 19 Jul

Billy Budd

Britten

The Barber of Seville
19 Jul - 26 Jul

The Barber of Seville

Rossini


You can watch on our YouTube channel or on our website via this page. Don Giovanni and Così fan tutte will also be available to watch on Classic FM’s Facebook page.

If you’re not already subscribed to our emails, sign up now and we’ll deliver the full Open House experience to your inbox, including information on how to access each opera, preview videos and details of extra events to get involved with.


If you have enjoyed Gyndebourne Open House, please consider donating to our COVID-19 Emergency Appeal – helping us to help our artists and workforce who’ve lost their livelihood, and secure Glyndebourne’s future. As a financially independent charity, your support has never been so vital.


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