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Opera

The Icelandic baritone, coming to Australia for Canberra Symphony Orchestra's Opera Gala, reveals his guilty pleasures.
Ahead of his Pelléas with the SSO, the maestro talks French music and modern opera – just don't mention the R-word!
The star of Rufus Wainwright’s Adelaide Festival opera talks us through the highs and the lows of life as a Prima Donna
The Australian soprano reveals her musical loves from Anna Netrebko to Puccini and Disney. And Mozart? Not so much.
Ahead of the SSO's Pelléas with Dutoit, Vincent Plush traces the work's history and reception in this country.
Composers from Berlioz to Verdi have shied away from the complex Dane, but not Dean, whose opera is opening at Glyndebourne.
In the 19th century, anyone who was anyone came knocking at her door. In his new book, Roger Neill considers Marchesi's legacy.
Between productions at London’s Royal Opera House, the Aussie tenor has found time to sing a newly recovered opera by Liszt.
Smitten with the great Mario Lanza from the age of ten, the tenor has waited until now to record his tribute.
Director Clemence Williams talks stories for women, how opera can flourish, and the challenges of the QVB's Ladies' Room.

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