What have our opera and dance companies programmed this year?
Melbourne's Australian Contemporary Opera Company has announced its 2022 season, with seven productions – all directed by women – including five Australian premieres.
In the latest round of grants from the $50 million Sustainability Fund, $6.2 million has been awarded to five arts organisations.
Review: Monteverdi: l’Orfeo (Cappella Mediterranea, Chœur de Chambre de Namur, Leonardo García Alarcón)
A highly expressive account of an early operatic masterpiece.
Features in our bumper holiday issue include the arts on offer in 2022, Deborah Cheetham's interview with Chi-chi Nwanoku, Víkingur Ólafsson, Leonardo the musician and Christopher Wheeldon's musical An American in Paris.
Rameau’s ugly nymph hops out of the pond and into haute couture.
The great Australian maestro lends support to a season of bittersweet masterpieces.
There is an emphasis on West Australian talent and deep engagement with the community in the state opera company’s programming for next year.
In this month's Opera Column, Greg Eldridge deplores the slashing of arts funding by governments and universities around the world, and asks how will the next generation access the same opportunites that he had.
The Hungarian conductor talks about Limelight’s 2021 Opera Recording of the Year.
Kanen Breen dazzles in a riotous production of Rameau’s comedy directed by Neil Armfield.
Review: Massenet: Thaïs (Nicole Chevalier, Josef Wagner, ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, Leo Hussain)
Nicole Chevalier demands to be heard in Konwitschny’s angel-laden production.
The third time’s the charm (hopefully) for OA’s new fully digital production of Wagner’s Ring Cycle.