Thoughtful take on Sophocles’ bloody tragedy boasts at least two star turns.
Barrie Kosky returns to the Adelaide Festival with his third operatic production, Rimsky-Korsakov’s The Golden Cockerel.
Kurt Weill’s wonderful score of Street Scene is given a fine musical interpretation but proves to be a challenging work for the opera students.
Based in Europe, Australian soprano Alexandra Flood is back home for a few months and discusses her career, quarantine at Howard Springs, forthcoming gigs and making the most of it during COVID.
Post-revolutionary rescue opera at its most entertaining.
Three Melbourne-based artists have launched a petition calling for the arts to be included in our daily news services in a similar way to sport.
A new Fidelio in conversation with the greats.
Freeze Frame Opera’s Puccini double bill brilliantly reimagines Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi in an absorbing, unforgettable, and occasionally shocking, evening of opera.
Opera lovers can enjoy six new productions and three contemporary works from the Metropolitan Opera, presented in Australian cinemas by Sharmill Films across 2021-22.
Despite COVID, artists have managed to create some stunning work in 2021. So who would you like to see recognised? It's time for our readers to vote for Limelight's People's Choice Awards.
With a hard border closure now in place in Queensland, Opera Australia has been forced to postpone its new Brisbane Ring Cycle for the second year running due to COVID.
Daisy-fresh singing from a Sutherland on the precipice of glory.
Part Scandi-noir thriller, part Ancient Greek drama, Kaija Saariaho's Innocence makes for persuasive music theatre.