Monthly Archives: November 2015

Glyndebourne Deputy Head of Development Helen McCarthy tells us “What Did It For Me.”

Helen has been involved in opera all her professional life – as Stage Manager with various opera companies, including large and small scale touring, before settling at Glyndebourne as Senior Stage Manager. From there she became the Tour Administrator for … Continue reading

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Rare opera Mignon by Ambroise Thomas performed by New Sussex Opera

The name ‘Breaky Bottom’ is usually associated with our fine local wines, but in 1975 it was also the name of the opera company performing in a barn owned by vintner Peter Hall. Reborn in Lewes as New Sussex Opera, … Continue reading

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Classical Round-Up for November 2015

  An antidote to our decreasing daylight hours can be found in the uplifting, mellifluous sound of flutes. Flutes and Friends concerts have been an annual event for the past 12 years organized by flautist and teacher Anne Hodgson. The … Continue reading

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