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Glyndebourne

David McVicar’s Glyndebourne staging of Julius Caesar in Egypt was an overwhelming success back in 2005, helping to consolidate the position of its composer...

When new in 2014, Richard Jones’ production was deemed radical. It certainly departs from the traditional mid-18th-century setting of Strauss’s romantic comedy, replacing it...

This is the first time that Madama Butterfly has emerged from her chrysalis at Glyndebourne’s summer festival, though the company first toured Annilese Miskimmon’s...

A familiar face on film and TV, Roger Allam is returning to the West End in The Moderate Soprano. He tells Nick Smurthwaite about...

When Sebastian F Schwarz was announced as the successor to David Pickard as Glyndebourne's general director in November 2015, all looked set for an...

Paul Brown was widely regarded as one of the most imaginative stage designers of the last four decades. He was certainly one of the...

Sebastian F Schwarz has announced he is stepping down as general director of Glyndebourne after less than two years at the opera company. Schwarz was...

Glyndebourne has more experience in staging new youth operas than any other UK company. The work of composer Lewis Murphy and librettist Laura Attridge,...

Australian composer Brett Dean’s operatic treatment of Hamlet, with a Bard-bowdlerising libretto by Matthew Jocelyn, premiered in Glyndebourne in June. Now it returns for...
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