Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro is the quintessential Glyndebourne opera – first performed in 1934 and in 1994 when the opera house re-opened.
‘This is a Figaro of rare grace, naturalness and charm’, said The Daily Telegraph, and for The Sunday Times it was a production that ‘affirms Mozart’s most beloved masterpiece as both of its time and perennially modern, Grandage oiling the comic mechanisms of Lorenzo Da Ponte’s libretto with a master technician’s hands.’
Director Michael Grandage
Conductor Robin Ticciati, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Cast Vito Priante, Lydia Teuscher, Audun Iverson, Sally Matthews, Isabel Leonard. The Glyndebourne Chorus