George Christie, Longtime Chief Of Glyndebourne Festival, Dead At 80

“Having assumed responsibility for Glyndebourne while still in his twenties (several years before his father’s death in 1962), Christie transformed it from an exclusive summer pursuit into a year-round business and a force on the international opera scene. And he did so, without a penny of taxpayers’ money for the festival.”

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