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In the Know
New productions of Handel, Mozart and Poulenc, plus revivals of Donizetti, Stravinsky and Britten in a star-studded summer season
Puccini, Handel, Poulenc, Mozart, Donizetti and a Cornish-set opera by a 20th-century pioneering British woman composer
In the Know
Beethoven, Handel and Poulenc operas are given new productions, plus revivals
Poulenc's heart-breaking opera is staged for the first time ever at Glyndebourne, with Danielle de Niese as a young aristocratic who makes a courageous choice
Free open-air concert by the London Symphony Orchestra with music written for or inspired by dancing
Tried and Tested
Works by The Royal Ballet’s founder choreographer Frederick Ashton and its youngest, Liam Scarlett – The Two Pigeons/Asphodel Meadows – make for a thrilling programme at the Royal Opera House
The regular duo partners return to Wigmore Hall for an evening of Beethoven, Chopin, Janacek and Poulenc