Ezgi Kutlu makes a welcome return to Garsington Opera in L’italiana in Algeri this summer. She talks to us about returning to us, having made her debut in 2009, and the hilarity and fun...more.

Those who wandered around the Opera Garden by the auditorium, or climbed aboard our vintage bus for the free shuttle to the Walled Garden will have noticed how glorious the gardens were...more.

Garsington Opera was delighted to welcome its Youth Company to Wormsley in August. Comprising a group of 30 young people from across Buckinghamshire together with a group of 10 students...more.

3 June - 17 July 2016

The 2016 season presents four masterpieces by some of the most enduring composers of all time. Tchaikovsky's most famous and exquisite opera, Eugene Onegin,...more.

Tess Blenkinsop trained as a jeweller at Edinburgh College of Art, where drawing and designing from natural forms was considered of great importance. When designing a range of bespoke...more.

We are delighted that American soprano Mary Dunleavy will make her UK debut at Garsington Opera in Intermezzo this summer. For health reasons Ylva Kihlberg is no longer able to perform...more.

Our passion to widen access to opera is at the heart of all our education work. This is achieved through a growing and ambitious programme of high-quality creative projects targeting...more.

Building a good wine list is quite a challenge and, at Berry Bros. & Rudd, it's one that they like to take very seriously. Each year Berry Bros. & Rudd meets with the panel from...more.

Fine artist, portrait painter and textile designer Victoria Rees’ bespoke scarf designs will return to the Garsington Opera Shop this season. Here she provides a glimpse of the 2015...more.

Baritone William Dazeley takes on the role, or rather seven roles, of The Traveller in our production of Death in Venice this summer. We spoke to him about how he will be interpreting...more.