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Baritone William Dazeley takes on the role, or rather seven roles, of The Traveller in our production of Death in Venice this summer. We spoke to him about how he will be interpreting...more.

Mark Stone (baritone) will sing Robert Storch in our production of Intermezzo this summer. Here he spoke to us about his preparations for this ‘subtle, witty domestic comedy’, ranging...more.

GO is delighted to announce Laura Canning has taken up her position as Director of Artistic Administration with us. She replaces Susan Hamilton, who since 1994 has seen GO through a...more.

Garsington Opera for All

GO is delighted to announce it has been commissioned by ACE in partnership with East Lindsey District Council to deliver an exciting programme of free opera across the country: Opera for...more.

Here designer Dick Bird explains how he and director John Fulljames have created a production specially for Wormsley’s stunning surroundings.

"The great thing about putting on an...more.

Douglas Boyd, who conducts our A Midsummer Night's Dream, gives an insight into the collaboration and how it captures the magic of Mendelssohn’s music and the genius of Shakespeare’s...more.

One of Garsington Opera’s key objectives is to discover, encourage and nurture the best young performing talent. As part of this we present annual awards to two young artists from the...more.

Providing an insight into Strauss' private life, particularly the relationship with his wife Pauline, Intermezzo combines comedy, with drama and music. Rising star Oliver Johnston talks...more.

Garsington Opera is delighted to present a programme of new Opera and Wellbeing initiatives for their 2015 Education Programme. Working with the National Spinal Injuries Centre at Stoke...more.

The world premiere of Benjamin Britten’s last opera, Death in Venice, was performed at Snape Maltings, near Aldeburgh in Suffolk, on 16 June 1973. Conducting that first performance was...more.

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