This fine OA production of Puccini's opera is a cracking night out, and a perfect antidote to these dark, pestilence-filled days.
The third time’s the charm (hopefully) for OA’s new fully digital production of Wagner’s Ring Cycle.
Highlights include the Australian premiere of La Juive, a new digital production of Il Trovatore, Olivier Py's staging of Lohengrin, as well as Maria Stuarda and Mefistofele in concert.
Lise Lindstrom will play Brünnhilde in the first two cycles, while Australians will make role debuts as Brünnhilde and Wotan.
Graeme Murphy’s much-loved production returns, with American soprano Lise Lindstrom in the title role.
Once again it was Counting and Cracking's night as the epic new play from Belvoir and Co-Curious took home three more awards.
Lise Lindstrom's potent Salome sweeps everything in her wake.
As she prepares to unveil her Salome for Opera Australia, soprano Lise Lindstrom discusses the role’s myriad challenges, finding empathy for a ruined princess, and why she had to leave Nilsson behind.
Three new digital productions, William Kentridge’s Wozzeck, a new opera about Brett Whiteley, and singers including Jonas Kaufmann and Lise Lindstrom.
Barrie Kosky's Saul and Leah Purcell's The Drover's Wife win big at this year's awards for live performance in Australia.
★★★★½ Lise Lindstrom’s Brünnhilde crowns climax of Melbourne Ring.
★★★★½ Vocal heroics and visual magic in Armfield’s theatrical Siegfried.
★★★★☆ Thoughtful second part to Armfield’s Ring transports us to soprano heaven.