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Graham Vick at Glyndebourne

Celebrating the work of Graham Vick at Glyndebourne.

Eugene Onegin

Photo: Guy Gravett, 1994

François Piolino as Monsieur Triquet. Photo: Richard Hubert Smith, 2014


Anna Caterina Antonacci as Ermione. Photo: Guy Gravett, 1995

Diana Montague as Andromaca, Jorge Lopez-Yañez as Pirro and Anna Caterina Antonacci as Ermione. Photo: Guy Gravett. 1995


Christine Schäfer as Lulu. Photo: Mike Hoban, 1996

Claron McFadden as Lulu. Photo: Mike Hoban, 1996


Adina Nitescu as Manon Lescaut. Photo: Mike Hoban, 1997

Patrick Denniston as Chevalier des Grieux and Adina Nitescu as Manon Lescaut. Photo: Mike Hoban, 1997

Queen of Spades

Photo: Guy Gravett, 1997

Photo: Guy Gravett, 1997

Così fan tutte

Barbara Frittoli as Fiordiligi and Katarina Karnéus as Dorabella. Photo: Mike Hoban, 1998

Photo: Mike Hoban, 1998

Pelléas et Mélisande

Christiane Oelze as Mélisande and Richard Croft as Pelléas. Photo: Mike Hoban, 1999

Photo: Mike Hoban, 1999

Le nozze di Figaro

Marina Comparato as Cherubino. Photo: Mike Hoban, 2000

Mariusz Kwiecień as Count Almaviva and Christiane Oelze as Susanna. Photo: Mike Hoban, 2000

Don Giovanni

Natale de Carolis as Don Giovanni and Rosa Mannion as Donna Elvira. Photo: Mike Hoban, 2000

Barbara Frittoli as Donna Anna. Photo: Mike Hoban, 2000


Act I scene. Photo: Tristram Kenton

Raffaele Pe as Linceo and Emőke Baráth as Hipermestra. Photo: Tristram Kenton

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