There is an emphasis on West Australian talent and deep engagement with the community in the state opera company’s programming for next year.
State Opera South Australia has unveiled plans for a one-night-only performance of La Bohème on Adelaide’s Glenelg Beach.
Due to the high level of uncertainly caused by COVID lockdowns, State Opera South Australia has cancelled its September season, postponing Voss and The Turn of the Screw to 2022.
State Opera South Australia will perform The Turn of the Screw and The Barber of Seville in the remainder of its 2021 season.
This fine, semi-staged production from State Opera South Australia, starring Ben Mingay as Billy Bigelow, shows why Carousel was such a groundbreaking show.
The news of a staged concert of Voss in September follows the announcement earlier this month of two performances of Carousel in March.
State Opera South Australia will Keep the Home Fires Burning with a free concert of nostalgic wartime songs, streaming on ANZAC Day morning.
A revival of Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, a Verdi blockbuster, two musicals and a visit from Les Arts Florissants.
The 1986 opera by Martin and Peter Wesley-Smith returns as part of SOSA's The Lost Operas of Oz in a brilliantly conceived production.
Artistic Director of State Opera of South Australia, Stuart Maunder, talks about his new initiative, The Lost Operas of Oz, which sees the company stage three neglected Australian operas in 2019.
Learn how Lang Lang became a more rounded artist, brush up on Opera Australia's Brett Whiteley opera, and discover the rich musical history of Notre Dame.
This issue includes features on Lang Lang, Whiteley: The Opera, Gondwana Choirs, Notre Dame, Jayson Gillham, Sweeney Todd, and much more.
Featuring an excellent cast, Stuart Maunder's Vixen is a highly imaginative romp.