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Watch all newly filmed opera productions and highlights from our archive online. Plus, get personal insights and introductions to a featured opera every month.
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Perfect for the opera lover in your life – treat them to a Glyndebourne Encore subscription for a whole year of extraordinary opera, or gift them a world-class production with our new rental service.
Ever wanted it all to start again the moment the opera ended? Now it does.
Our new Festival 2022 productions are available to watch online, including The Wreckers, Alcina, La Voix humaine, Les Mamelles de Tirésias and La bohème. Plus a growing collection of your favourite Glyndebourne operas. And that’s not all – you’ll also be able to listen to a selection of classic audio recordings of full operas including Theodora (1996), Idomeneo (1964), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2006) and Peter Grimes (2000).
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Rent the Handel collection
Enjoy our much-loved Handel productions with our bundle including Giulio Cesare (2005), Saul (2015), Alcina (2022) and Rinaldo (2011).
Also, get exclusive insights and introductions to Saul and Alcina with our 'explore with Alexandra' videos featuring our Opera Specialist and special guests.
Rent Handel's Saul
Barrie Kosky’s sensational staging of Handel’s oratorio marries spectacle and psychology.
The cast includes Christopher Purves (Saul), Iestyn Davies (David), Sophie Bevan (Michal) and Paul Appleby (Jonathan) with conductor Ivor Bolton and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
Rent Handel's Giulio Cesare
David McVicar’s production brings all-singing, all-dancing energy to one of Handel’s greatest scores.
The cast includes Sarah Connolly (Giulio Cesare), Danielle de Niese (Cleopatra) and Patricia Bardon (Cornelia) with conductor William Christie and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.