Part Scandi-noir thriller, part Ancient Greek drama, Kaija Saariaho's Innocence makes for persuasive music theatre.
Eight young female singers from seven countries were awarded a total of $69,000 in grants at this year's Elizabeth Connell Prize, which was held online due to COVID restrictions.
Due to the high level of uncertainly caused by COVID lockdowns, State Opera South Australia has cancelled its September season, postponing Voss and The Turn of the Screw to 2022.
Fiona Allan arrives at OA later this year with her eyes wide open, having dealt with similar challenges at the Birmingham Hippodrome due to COVID restrictions.
A major new film explores the triumphs and the tragedy of Australian soprano Marjorie Lawrence.
A first-class reading will have you falling in love with Bohème all over again.
Sydney-born Fiona Allan will return to Australia to take up the position of Opera Australia CEO after working in the UK since 2004.
The federal government has announced additional funding of $20 million for Support Act and $15 million for its Sustainability Fund.
Avast behind! Lyrita rescues a 20th-century nautical gem from the archives.
Marquee TV has announced the lineup for its second annual online Summer Shorts Festival, with 30 short works from around the world, free for all viewers during August.
In this month's column, Greg Eldridge calls for companies to be more transparent about production budgets and for critics to report them, especially given the expense of COVID safety requirements in the theatre.
The Australian World Orchestra, ANAM, State Opera South Australia and Bluesfest are among the 82 arts organisations to receive grants in the latest round of RISE funding.
Oksana Lyniv and Asmik Grigorian play blinders in Tcherniakov's revenger's tragedy at Bayreuth.