Glyndebourne


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Glyndebourne

(ˈɡlaɪndˌbɔːn)
n
(Placename) an estate in SE England, in East Sussex: site of a famous annual festival of opera founded in 1934 by John Christie
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Eta aD Gra Autumnal opera at Glyndebourne - East Sussex from PS1,115 pp with Kirker: This magical three-night opera holiday akes in the start of Glyndebourne on Tour at the company's home in the rolling South Downs.
Recently, they've been preparing their first production for England's premiere summer opera festival, Glyndebourne. "The idea is that we are going to make a celebration of theatre," says stage and costume designer Andre Barbe.
1934: The first Glyndebourne Festival of opera opened with Mozart's Figaro.
FAIRYTALE OPERAS (DVD) COVENT GARDEN, GLYNDEBOURNE, OPERA NORTH HHHHH Colin Davis conducted his Covent Garden forces in Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel with a combination of weighty, lush Wagnerian tone and a lightness of touch aided by an all-star cast.
Tenders are invited for Glyndebourne Replacement of Stage Automation Systems.
RENOWNED opera house Glyndebourne is visiting Liverpool for the first time later this year.
What art form is the Glyndebourne Festival famous for?
Bringing together international artists from Britain's major companies, including the Royal Opera House, English National Opera and Glyndebourne, London Festival Opera has a reputation for high-quality productions featuring elegant settings, sumptuous costumes and top singers.
"You can take a picnic to Glyndebourne and Ascot but you can't to Newcastle Racecourse?
A couple of years ago, I saw at Glyndebourne an opera by Handel called Rinaldo.
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This year is packed with landmark anniversaries, including 200 years of Lords, 175 years of the Henley Royal Regatta, 160 years of the Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race and 80 years of Glyndebourne. 200th Anniversary of Lords, London Various fixtures May -- July 2014 Cricket might be one of the strangest games on the planet (how can a match lasting five days end in a draw?), but even the most unenthusiastic sports fan would struggle not to get excited by a day out at Lord's, celebrating its 200th anniversary in 2014.