The great Australian maestro lends support to a season of bittersweet masterpieces.
Kanen Breen dazzles in a riotous production of Rameau’s comedy directed by Neil Armfield.
When Rameau wrote Platée he was taking a bold step outside of traditional French opera by treating comedy as seriously as tragedy. Erin Helyard explains.
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.
Canberra's new National Opera makes an impressive debut with a handsome production and some mouthwatering vocal artistry.
A year after a terrifying bout of the coronavirus, with blood clots in her lungs, the Australian soprano has finally recovered and is about to play Vitellia in La Clemenza di Tito for Canberra's new National Opera.
The company celebrates 20 years with impressively bold offerings and major players.
The new Canberra company unveils its inaugural season tomorrow. In an exclusive story, we reveal the two productions it will present next year.
How bequests from opera lovers are supporting established and emerging arts companies across the globe.
Peter Coleman-Wright, the Artistic Director of the new opera company, announces the 2020 program, with an appeal for more financial support.
Anthony Warlow finally plays the dual title roles live in an impressive semi-staged concert.
From cows to elephants, there are many stories of animals responding to music. So what are the preferences of the animal companions of Australia’s music professionals?
Forget your troubles and set sail with Royal Caribbean’s BRAVO Cruise of the Performing Arts. As Jo Litson discovers, it’s a wonderfully relaxing way to indulge in an almost endless supply of music and food, not to mention some tropical island bliss.