One of Garsington Opera’s key objectives is to discover, encourage and nurture the best young performing talent. As part of this, we present annual awards to two young artists from the...more.

2014 is an important year for anniversaries. Not only is it Garsington Opera’s 25th season and the 200th anniversary of the first performance of Beethoven's Fidelio in its final version...more.

We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2013 Simon Sandbach and Helen Clarke awards, recognising extraordinary young talent, musical skill and contribution to productions.


Joshua Bloom who played Leporello in our 2012 production of Don Giovanni returns in 2014 and is in the unusual position of performing two roles for the company: Harašta in Janáček's The...more.

We last saw Grant Doyle (baritone) at Garsington Opera in the title role of Daniel Slater’s critically acclaimed 2012 production of Don Giovanni and we are delighted to welcome him back...more.

Our production team does a wonderful job each year changing the sets between performances, often working through the night when we have performances on consecutive days.


Hailed by The New York Times as “a radiant mezzo-soprano”, Irish singer Naomi O'Connell (La Périchole 2012) returns to Garsington Opera for our 2014 season in the British premiere of...more.

We are looking forward to welcoming Claire Booth back to Garsington Opera as Vixen in our 2014 production of The Cunning Little Vixen. Claire first performed with us at Garsington Manor...more.

With our production of Offenbach's Vert-Vert in mind (in which the girls of a French convert school replace their deceased pet parrot with a handsome young man), we've been thinking...more.

The 2014 season marks our 25th anniversary and in keeping with our ethos we celebrate with two masterpieces and one undiscovered gem. The season opens on Friday 6 June with a revival of...more.