And Glyndebourne happened

To pay homage and celebrate the final Cesare sung by Sarah Connolly–possibly the final mezzo Cesare on a major stage, as the CTs have just about completely taken over the role–a few of us made the trip to that little opera house on private property in Lewes. National representation, l-r: UK, Finland, Canada, Australia.

Photo is a deft multi-head selfie taken by Monique C (far right)
The house
Around the house

Back to us on a picnic blanket, minus the UK, who took the photo

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4 thoughts on “And Glyndebourne happened

      1. The rest of my stay was great thanks to the parks and wonderful free museums of London, Rosenkavalier and experiencing Wigmore Hall. 🙂

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