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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Glyndebourne, Reino Unido

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The Rake Resurgent as Glyndebourne's Stravinsky classic is revived

A memorable performance makes a worthy memorial to the late, great Bernard Haitink, who conducted the production's premiere. 

Strong cast lifts constrained staging in Glyndebourne's Fidelio

A vast panopticon cages strong musical performances in Wake-Walker's Fidelio at Glyndebourne, with Dorothea Herbert and Adam Smith standing out vocally and emotionally as Leonore and Florestan.

Buffa or bullying? Don Pasquale on Glyndebourne Tour

Not quite as innocent an account of opera buffa as others, but for quality of musicianship, Glyndebourne Tour's revival of Mariame Clément’s production of Donizetti's comedy hits all the right notes.

A semi-staged Tristan und Isolde at Glyndebourne

For social distancing reasons, the Festival dispensed with a full staging of Wagner's epic love story, allowing singers and orchestra to share the stage in an able compromise.

A compelling Luisa Miller from Christof Loy at Glyndebourne

Christof Loy would seem to be the perfect director for Covid-era opera, his stripped back production of Verdi's rare middle period opera directed remotely from Austria.

Love is no picnic: Hytner's Così fan tutte returns to Glyndebourne

Lush visuals and appealing singing do not quite make up for a somewhat lacklustre revival of Nicholas Hytner's acclaimed 2006 production of Mozart's late comedy.