Glyndebourne

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Glyndebourne

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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We love pRopeRty strop J tEAM Phil and Kirstie gareth malone goes to glyndebourne bbc2, 9pm ReheaRSaLS continue this week for the opera Knight Crew at Glyndebourne Opera house and Gareth Malone has his work cut out trying to keep his 50-strong chorus inspired.
The Knights' Crew - an operatic retelling of the King Arthur legend - is the fifth youth opera that Glyndebourne opera house has staged over the years and Gareth has been asked to rustle up 50 young singers.
It is understood the work is being sold on behalf of the Christie family which runs the Glyndebourne Opera House and has owned the two-and-a-half metre tall work for more than 100 years.
BUILDING a 230ft (70m) wind turbine to supply energy to the Glyndebourne Opera House could spoil the tranquility of the South Downs, conservationists said today.
In addition to studying with classical legends Adrienne Johns from Glyndebourne Opera House and Katherine Wilder from the Royal Opera House in London, County Durham-born Adrian won the prestigious Durham Concert Secretaries' Male Vocalist of the Year Award.
Most obviously, it is a miniature Glyndebourne Opera House (AR June 1994): a free-standing building, oval in plan, basically symmetrical about a longitudinal axis, three storeys high and with a performance space at its heart.
He has also worked for Richard Meier Architects in Los Angeles on the Getty Centre Arts Complex, and for Michael Hopkins in London on the new Glyndebourne Opera House.
The Glyndebourne opera house (our coverage of which starts opposite) is plainly an informal place, starting as it does from the basis of a delightful ritual of country-house picnic opera-going that began in the'30s.
The new Glyndebourne Opera House, completed in 1994 in the gardens of the elegant country house in Sussex.