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Will Tuckett, Director

Ahead of the premiere of Rossini's L'italiana in Algeri, director Will Tuckett talks to What'sOnStage's Mark Valencia.

If ever the world of ballet threw up a polymath, it's Will...more.

Louise Alder

We are delighted to hear that soprano Louise Alder is Opera Now Magazine's Artist of the Month. She performs the role of Ilia in Idomeneo for Garsington Opera's 2016 Season.

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Sibylle Wex silk painting

The Garsington Opera shop has some exciting new additions for 2016, from jewellery to garden benches and bow ties. We spoke to textile designer Sibylle Wex about her background and her...more.

Caitlin Hulcup

I’m delighted to be singing Idamante for the first time for Garsington Opera. I have actually appeared in two other Mozart operas with both our director and our conductor; as Zerlina in...more.

Garsington community chorus

Garsington Opera is developing a project enabling hospital patients to perform alongside its community chorus. It will culminate in a performance which will be linked to three...more.

Le Comte Ory

It is with deep regret that we learnt of the death of Sir Peter Moores. In the early days of Garsington Opera, Leonard Ingrams invited Sir Peter to a performance and from there grew a...more.

Wormsley Estate Walled Garden

With the start of Spring and the 2016 season approaching fast our thoughts are turning to the beautiful Wormsley Estate and what we are looking forward to seeing this year. A visit to...more.

Philharmonie de Paris

PARIS The cast of Garsington Opera's outstanding production of Fidelio, staged to critical acclaim in 2014, will perform a semi-staged concert performance in Paris on 24 November 2016 in...more.

Whether you are new to Garsington Opera or have visited us before, you can secure tickets through members' priority booking. We would be delighted to welcome you as an Affiliate Member...more.

Sir Terry Wogan's support for Garsington Opera was enormously appreciated and he brought a welcome lightness of touch to any meeting he attended. Not only did he regularly mention his...more.

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