Support Glyndebourne from the USA
Today, Glyndebourne America Inc. (GA) continues and expands upon these U.S. efforts by increasing public awareness for Glyndebourne productions and activities.
From the first Glyndebourne Festival in 1934 to the present day, Glyndebourne has fostered a close and collaborative relationship with the United States; offering American singers the opportunity to appear at Glyndebourne and welcoming opera lovers as they come to visit.
In recent years, Glyndebourne America has supported the presentation of such acclaimed Glyndebourne Festival productions as Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress, Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde, Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel and Mozart’s Don Giovanni. It has also underwritten Glyndebourne’s first Tour production of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, as well as several U.S. performances including Britten’s Billy Budd.
Please consider supporting Glyndebourne at one of the following levels. Associated benefits are listed below:
Acknowledgement in the Festival Program Book and Glyndebourne America brochure.
The acknowledgement above, plus an opportunity to attend a drinks reception at the Festival, and priority invitation to a Glyndebourne America event.
All of the above, plus priority access for the purchase of up to 24 Festival tickets, mailings including advance notice of Festival productions, Member magazine and priority booking information, complimentary Festival Program Book, and dedicated Membership office with contacts in the U.S. and U.K. for your needs.
All of the above, plus an invitation to join an exclusive Glyndebourne America event as our guest, priority access to sign up for the annual Patrons’ Trip to the Festival, invitations to Glyndebourne events (live and online) during the year to deepen your involvement with Glyndebourne.
All of the above, plus pre-performance access to Glyndebourne’s Old Green Room on each visit, an annual Festival pass to park in the VIP car park and a personal bespoke booking service.
All of the above, plus priority access to purchase up to 20 tickets for a chosen performance, private use of Glyndebourne’s Old Green Room for interval dining with the offer of pre- and post-performance receptions and opportunities to meet members of the cast, and an invitation to meet Glyndebourne’s Executive Chairman Gus Christie or Artistic Director Stephen Langridge.
($50,000 and more)
All of the above, plus special recognition in the Festival Program Book and a tailored relationship with Glyndebourne (including attending early rehearsals, and additional exclusive opportunities with cast and artistic team), and a private dinner with Glyndebourne’s Executive Chairman Gus Christie or Artistic Director Stephen Langridge.
Tax efficient giving
Glyndebourne America is a registered U.S. Public Charity under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). All donations made by US taxpayers are tax-deductible to the full extent provided by law.
Glyndebourne America Inc. is a U.S. Not-for-Profit Organization. All contributions are tax-deductible for U.S. citizens and taxpayers to the extent permitted by U.S. law.
Michael R. Lynch, Chair
John Botts CBE
Matthew D. Hoffman
Harry T. Lee
Stephen W. Nicholas
David M. Paige
Charles G. T. Stonehill
For further information about Glyndebourne America, please call Pascal Nadon at 646.234.7088 (New York) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glyndebourne America Inc.
c/o The Law Offices of Richard M. Block
250 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10177-0799