Emotions aplenty and messages of hope as Australian Haydn Ensemble plays its first live concert in two years
The Sydney Opera House's Utzon Music chamber series returns in 2022, with old favourites, as well as premieres of new works from Brett Dean and Paul Stanhope.
Kanen Breen dazzles in a riotous production of Rameau’s comedy directed by Neil Armfield.
The Australian Haydn Ensemble has announced its 2022 concert program, celebrating its tenth anniversary with its biggest-ever season.
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.
The 2022 Adelaide Festival program from Joint Artistic Directors Neil Armfield and Rachel Healy features 71 events including nine world premieres and six Australian premieres.
Janine Collins has been appointed as the inaugural Executive Director of Music in the Regions, a new initiative to connect classical musicians with audiences in regional NSW.
Charpentier’s greatest hit and a rarity by Cesti head an eclectic program for Pinchgut Opera in 2022.
Pinchgut At Home will feature recordings of four of Pinchgut’s acclaimed recent productions in a digital season running until the end of the year.
Canberra-born soprano Chloe Lankshear, Pinchgut Opera's first Taryn Fiebig Scholar, tells us about her collaborations with the company so far.
Canberra-born soprano Chloe Lankshear, who performed alongside Taryn Fiebig in the Pinchgut Opera film A Delicate Fire, is Pinchgut's first Taryn Fiebig Scholar.
Mitchell Butel’s witty direction gives early Cavalli an enticing 21st-century makeover.
Directing Pinchgut Opera's first fully staged opera since the pandemic began, Mitchell Butel draws parallels between baroque opera and jazz.