Director Gary Abrahams talks Borgias, bling and bel canto as opera’s favourite villain makes a comeback.
The little company that could makes an impressive contribution to Melbourne’s merry month of Verdi.
When Melbourne Opera performs Macbeth next month audiences can see it live at the theatre, via a regular livestream or in 8K 3D via VR headsets.
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 new Canberra company unveils its inaugural season tomorrow. In an exclusive story, we reveal the two productions it will present next year.
As the Australian maestro turns 90, the Tait Memorial Trust in London presents a special concert which will be live streamed on his birthday on 29 September.
Howells’ hidden masterpiece is rescued from obscurity.
The UK-based Australian soprano thought she'd recovered from COVID-19 then had to be rushed to hospital as she struggled to breathe. She shares her petrifying experience with honesty and humour.
Bel canto specialist Helena Dix leads Norma’s long awaited return to Melbourne.
Soon to unveil her Norma for Melbourne Opera, the Australian soprano talks about the challenges of accompanied recitative, the tension between words and music, and putting her own stamp on bel canto's Mt Everest.
Opening night belonged to Australian soprano Helena Dix in the role of Queen Elizabeth I.
Suzanne Chaundy talks about staging Donizetti’s Tudor Queens ahead of the final instalment, Roberto Devereux. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $4 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in