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The Rakes Progress© Alastair Muir

Stravinsky The Rake’s Progress

From 13 August TO 30 August 2020
Glyndebourne Opera House - Glyndebourne, Lewes

Stravinsky : The Rake’s Progress

  • London Philharmonic Orchestra
  • The Glyndebourne Chorus
  • Conductor
    Jakub Hrusa
  • Director
    John Cox
  • Performers
    Tom Rakewell: Ben Bliss
    Anne Trulove: Louise Adler
    Nick Shadow: Matthew Rose
    Baba the Turk: Jennifer Johnston
    Mother Goose: Carole Wilson
    Sellem: Alan Oke
    Trulove: Martin Snell
Details on the Performance

A Glyndebourne classic, designed by David Hockney

When the mysterious Nick Shadow appears at his door, Tom Rakewell immediately abandons country life and his sweetheart Anne for the temptations of the city. But London’s glittering promise soon corrodes;  love, money and even sanity slip further and further from Tom’s grasp. Can true love save him, or will the Devil have the last laugh?

Hogarth’s paintings charting one man’s path from pleasure to ruin are the starting point for one of the most dazzlingly original works of the 20th century, like a Mozart opera that has wandered into a musical hall of mirrors – at once elegant and anarchic. Comedy and tragedy are never far apart in this light-footed work that can break your heart with the broadest of smiles.

One of the great Glyndebourne classics, John Cox’s production returns for the first time in a decade, bringing David Hockney’s much-loved designs to a new generation. Jakub Hrůša conducts.

A revival of the Festival 1975 production. Sung in English with English supertitles.

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Glyndebourne Opera House - Glyndebourne, Lewes Location Lewes East Sussex - BN8 5UU Glyndebourne, Lewes Royaume-Uni

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