Valentin Schwarz's new production cannot overwhelm the music conducted by Cornelius Meister, but it would be better served as a TV mini-series with its own original music and script.
Ticket and opera tickets can be very pricey, but there are all kinds of initiatives and deals offering cheaper tickets, if you're prepared to look for them.
The new $10,000 award, supported by The Humanity Foundation, celebrates Fiebig's career by supporting the professional development of a WAAPA student.
Cautious optimism suggests the ravaged industry is making a comeback, but improved attendance is contingent on low transmission risk.
Director Gary Abrahams talks Borgias, bling and bel canto as opera’s favourite villain makes a comeback.
Early Rossini bedroom-hopping one-acter twinkles in fair-to-middling performance.
Vashegyi serves up something to get you in the festive mood.
Tristan und Isolde navigate troubled waters for Vienna State Opera.
The newly appointed CEO will lead Victoria's iconic arts centre through a multiyear redevelopment costing $1.7 billion.
Fifteen experts from across Australia’s creative industries have been appointed to five panels that will identify key issues in safeguarding Australia’s arts sector and its vital role in the economy.
Simon Stone's Rust Belt resetting doesn't always come off, but Nadine Sierra is a must-see as Lucia.
State Opera South Australia has announced a new festival, taking place in May 2023, featuring three Gilbert & Sullivan operas, recitals, talks and film screenings.
Both intriguing and alienating, this experimental performance interrogates the self in the digital age.