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.’Read More
One of my tasks as the OAE intern, is to coordinate the application process for finding a new intern (sob!) If you, or anyone you know would be interested in applying please have a look on our website for all the details and information on applying. http://www.oae.co.uk/standard.asp?ID=48
Its such a fantastic opportunity and I can highly recommend the experience as a brilliant way to find out all about working in an arts organisation as well as clocking up valuable experience as you go. In just 3 months I have got to attend concerts, rehearsals, recording sessions, learnt about marketing, education and development and seen how to make an orchestra run smoothly first-hand, not to mention meeting all the incredible musicians!
The internship is really a diverse and special experience within such a diverse and special orchestra, so I really encourage you to spread the word!
Ingrid Van Boheemen, Graduate InternRead More