Autumn performances at Glyndebourne and around the country
Whats on at Tour 2022
Floris Visser’s new production transfers directly from Festival 2022.
When seamstress Mimì meets the struggling writer Rodolfo they are instantly drawn together. But while Paris is a magical city of love, it’s also a very real place of hardship as the two young Bohemians and their friends soon discover, when not just jealousy but poverty and sickness tear them apart.
The Marriage of Figaro
Michael Grandage’s five-star production of Mozart’s greatest comedy.
When a womanising aristocrat tries to seduce his valet’s pretty young fiancée, his wife and servants conspire to teach him a lesson in fidelity he’ll never forget. Plots are hatched, promises made (and broken) and disguises donned, as Mozart’s ‘mad day’ unfolds.
A special concert of instrumental and vocal works pairs music by French composer Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges – celebrated swordsman, virtuoso violinist, and the first star classical composer of African ancestry – with that of his contemporary and rival Mozart.
The Christmas Concerts at Glyndebourne will showcase the talents of the Glyndebourne Chorus and Tour Orchestra. The concert starts with opera highlights – rousing tunes that will stay in your head long after the curtain comes down. This is followed by yuletide classics and carols for all.
Glyndebourne continues to face the devastating impact from the loss of revenue due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Support the return of the Glyndebourne Tour to venues across the UK. Find out more.
Please note that due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, all of these details are subject to change.