Glyndebourne 2013: Hippolyte et Aricie – The Chance to Dance - video
Choreographer Ashley Page, director Jonathan Kent and the dancers discuss integrating dance into Rameau's 'ballet opera', including the challenges of moving while wearing an insect's head and court shoes.
25, Jul, 2013 @9:45 AM
Glyndebourne 2013: Hippolyte et Aricie podcast - audio
Peggy Reynolds and guests introduce Rameau's 1733 opera, based on Racine's tragedy Phèdre.
18, Jul, 2013 @10:40 AM
Glyndebourne 2013: Hippolyte et Aricie trailer - video
Hippolyte et Aricie was Rameau's first work for the stage, written when he was nearly 50 and first performed in Paris in 1733. Glyndebourne's new production - its first ever Rameau - is directed by Jonathan Kent, designed by Paul Brown and conducted by William Christie, "the greatest Rameau interpreter of our time".
15, Jul, 2013 @10:58 AM
Glyndebourne 2013: Hippolyte et Aricie – synopsis and cast/creatives
25, Jul, 2013 @5:10 PM
Glyndebourne 2013: Donizetti's Don Pasquale - in pictures
Images from Glyndebourne's production of Donizetti's comic opera that will be streamed live on Tuesday 6 August and available to watch on demand until 31 August
03, Aug, 2013 @11:05 PM
Glyndebourne 2013: Ariadne auf Naxos - in pictures
Images from Glyndebourne's new production of Strauss's comic opera that will be live-streamed here on 4 June from 7pm.
27, May, 2013 @1:29 PM
Glyndebourne 2013: Billy Budd podcast
Peggy Reynolds and guests discuss Benjamin Britten's opera, based on a Hermann Melville short story.
20, Aug, 2013 @2:53 PM
Glyndebourne 2013: Don Pasquale - trailer
Donizetti's comedy - with a sparkling cast that includes the 'sparky and watchable' Danielle de Niese - will be streamed live from Glyndebourne on Tuesday 6 August from 7.15pm (BST).
31, Jul, 2013 @12:52 PM
Michelangelo Sonnets; Hippolyte et Aricie – review
A disused Wesleyan hall proves the perfect venue for Peter Sellars's atmospheric staging of Michelangelo Sonnets, writes Fiona Maddocks
06, Jul, 2013 @11:09 PM
Don Pasquale podcast - audio
Peggy Reynolds and guests discuss Donizetti's work, its commedia dell'arte roots, how it teams with beautiful music, and why Donizetti broke the mould with this, his, 64th of 66 operas.
The performance on Tuesday 6 August will be streamed here live from Glyndebourne and then available to watch again demand until 31 August.
01, Aug, 2013 @12:56 PM