Since 1968 the Glyndebourne Tour has bought opera to millions of people across the country.
The tour was founded by Sir George Christie, whose father began Glyndebourne Festival in 1934, and continues today with the same two aims; to make opera more accessible to people across the UK and to develop emerging talent.
Set in an idyllic vision of a southern Italian village square, Annabel Ardenâ€™s staging of Lâ€™elisir dâ€™amore distils the essence of Donizettiâ€™s most intoxicating comedy into a vintage blend of sparkling high spirits and heart-warming sentiment.
Two rising stars bring Â young lovers to life; rising American tenor Christopher Tiesi makes his UK and Glyndebourne debut and appears opposite chorister Joelle Harvey in the role of Adina.
David Pickard, Glyndebourneâ€™s General Director, said, â€śGlyndebourne remains steadfast in its desire to invest in the future of both audiences and performers and the tour does this in two important ways â€“ by bringing world-class performances to new audiences and by bringing new talent to the fore.â€ť
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Image Courtesy of Bill Cooper.