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The Board of Directors of Garsington Opera today announced that the 2010 season would be the last at Garsington Manor, as the Ingrams family has decided that the Opera’s occupancy will come to an end on 30 September 2010.

Consequently, a new home for the Opera is being sought for the 2011 season and thereafter.

The 2009 festival, Garsington Opera’s 20th anniversary season, has been planned and cast. The 2010 season has also been planned and casting is under way.

Rosalind Ingrams, whose late husband Leonard founded Garsington Opera in 1989, said: “The family gives its full support to the Board’s plans”.

Graham Greene, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Garsington Opera said:
“Garsington Opera has established a reputation for presenting a varied repertory including rarely performed works at a high standard, as well as giving a platform to young British talent. I am confident this will continue after the three seasons that we still have at Garsington Manor. It has been a marvellous twenty years, and I am very happy that we have the continuing support of the Ingrams family.”

30 April 2008

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