The maestro leading one of Australian opera’s largest and most expensive undertakings calls it quits, citing issues of “personal chemistry”.
Welsh Singer parts from her record label amidst claims that she was pushed after unreasonable demands.
Marie Bashir gives Peter Bassett’s Ring Cycle lectures on Decca Eloquence the Royal seal of approval.
The mezzo soprano finds herself on top for once as she goes back to basics with an original instrument Norma.
Romance was in the air as Irish singer proposes to girlfriend onstage at Welsh National Opera.
Opera Australia celebrates the great man’s birthday with a life-sized Valkyrie helmet cake.
Classically trained, I forsook opera to become a pop singer. After a long conversion I’ve found my way back to the light.
John Adams’ masterpiece is done full justice, proving itself the late 20th century’s great opera of ideas.
Opera Queensland’s baritone talks Rossini, six packs, bullock trains and stage disasters.
Legendary Aussie tenor passes away at 86 after a rich international career.
The June issue focuses on the glorious musical tradition that is British music.
New British study proves the benefits of the Arts in treating patients with debilitating mental disease.
The Production Company’s home-grown hit steals the limelight from OA’s South Pacific.