Tag: Glyndebourne


Booking for Glyndebourne's 80th season is now open
By Keith McDonnell · 8 Mar 2014 · London

Booking is now open for Glyndebourne's 80th season, and it promises yet again to be another unforgettable year

Brief Encounter with... Prizewinning tenor Michael Fabiano
By Mark Valencia · 7 Mar 2014 · London

Although not yet 30, Glyndebourne's latest Alfredo has received one of opera's most prestigious awards

Glyndebourne's Billy Budd triumphs at BAM
By Mark Valencia · 13 Feb 2014 · London
Glyndebourne's Billy Budd - this is their moment© Alastair Muir Glyndebourne has conquered New York with its acclaimed Billy Budd. The WhatsOnStage ...
Winners of 2014 WhatsOnStage Opera Poll announced
By Editorial Staff · 5 Feb 2014 · London

All is revealed! Discover the winners of our third end-of-year Opera Poll

The Rape of Lucretia (Glyndebourne Tour)
By Mark Valencia · 20 Oct 2013 · England
Benjamin Britten's second opera (or third if we include the operetta-like Paul Bunyan) has come home to Glyndebourne. In 1946 the composer's response to the stress and hullabaloo ...
L'elisir d'amore (Glyndebourne Tour)
By Mark Valencia · 8 Oct 2013 · England
Annabel Arden's take on Donizetti's best-loved comic opera has become a hardy biennial at Glyndebourne: this marks the production's fourth appearance since its 2007 début (two at the Festival ...
Hänsel und Gretel (Glyndebourne Tour)
By Simon Thomas · 7 Oct 2013 · England
Glyndebourne may summon up images of finery and glamour, long intervals and extravagant picnics, but the Sussex opera house's autumn tour presents a different face to the world: a more relaxed,...
A mix of new productions and revivals for Glyndebourne 2014
By Mark Valencia · 27 Aug 2013 · Southeast

Next summer the Sussex Downs will once again be alive to the sound of music - and the pop of champagne corks

Billy Budd (Glyndebourne)
By Keith McDonnell · 12 Aug 2013 · Southeast
Brindley Sheridan (Claggart) and Jacques Imbrailo (Billy Budd)© Richard Hubert Smith Rarely can Britten's sea-faring tale of innocence destroyed have received such a pole-axing ...
Brief Encounter with... South African baritone Jacques Imbrailo
By Keith McDonnell · 23 Jul 2013 · Southeast
Who or what was the biggest musical influence in your life?I'd say that there have been two major influences. The first was the time I spent at the Drakensberg Boys Choir School in South ...

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