Garsington

Garsington is a village and civil parish about 5 miles (8 km) southeast of Oxford in Oxfordshire.

Read more about Garsington:  Manor, Parish Church, Amenities

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Garsington - Amenities
... Garsington has two public houses the Red Lion and the Three Horseshoes ... A parish school was built in Garsington in 1840 ... Garsington Cricket Club plays in Oxfordshire Cricket Association League Division One ...
Leonard Ingrams
... In 1982, Ingrams bought Garsington Manor on the edge of the village of Garsington east of Oxford, England ... He has later become well known for founding Garsington Opera in 1989, an annual season of opera in the manor gardens, designed by Lady Ottoline Morrell during the First World ... singers for particular roles, and under his leadership the Garsington Opera orchestra was established, with its core from the Guildhall Strings ...
Garsington Opera - History - Wormsley Park
... Garsington Opera announced in April 2010 that it had reached agreement with the Getty family to hold the opera festival at Wormsley Park ... space is a 600 seat pavilion, which like that at Garsington Manor is designed to be put up and dismantled each season ... The company is now financed by The Friends of Garsington Opera, corporate and private sponsorship, and the support of foundations ...
Garsington Opera
... Garsington Opera is an annual open air summer opera festival founded in 1989 by Leonard Ingrams ... For twenty one years it was held in the gardens of Leonard Ingrams' home at Garsington Manor in Oxfordshire ...
Garsington Opera - Opera At Garsington
... A characteristic feature of Garsington Opera's programming has been the combination of well known operas with discoveries of little known works ... link with the outside, a tradition at Garsington Opera ... Like Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Garsington Opera has long dinner intervals and evening dress is suggested ...