Glyndebourne: A Visual History

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Celebrating Glyndebourne's 75th anniversary 'Glyndebourne: A Visual History' features over 450 photographs from Glyndebourne's extensive and sumptuous archive, the book traces the key personalities, performers, productions and audience that have contributed to the opera house's unique tradition. This remarkable collection of photographs not only showcases the work of Glyndebourne but is also accompanied by anecdotal text written by Sir George Christie. It contains pictures by famous photographers including Angus McBean, indisputably one of the most important photographers of theatre and dance personalities, leading dance and theatre photographer Anthony Crickmay, royal photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones 1st Earl of Snowdon and respected Glyndebourne house photographers Guy Gravett and Mike Hoban. Glyndebourne A Visual History is edited by Brigitte Lardinois and Val Williams. With text by Sir George Christie.

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Format Hardback
Pages 288 pages
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