New Zealand baritone Benson Wilson has won the 2018 Bel Canto Award, while the Elizabeth Connell Prize went to French soprano Claire de Monteil.
A stunning Elektra, Salome and much more, the last great singer of her generation passes at 101.
Ahead of her concert performance of Die Walküre Act I with the MSO, the Dutch soprano discusses the joys of singing one of her signature roles.
This celebrated production of Mozart's evergreen singspiel is exceeding sales figures for past operas like Hamlet and Saul.
The composer and clarinettist tells us about his love of dark operas, transcribing butcherbirds, and how he left home with his bags unpacked.
An orchestra’s 90th birthday celebration is an astonishing gift to audiences and a triumph of music making.
Opera Australia will donate 30 of Joan Sutherland’s most recognisable costumes to the nation’s largest collection of performing arts memorabilia.
Three new digital productions, William Kentridge’s Wozzeck, a new opera about Brett Whiteley, and singers including Jonas Kaufmann and Lise Lindstrom.
Four sopranos and a baritone will compete for the $30,000 Marianne Mathy Scholarship.
With a song penned by The Don, Bradman is bringing it home.
Simon Phillips' entertaining production of The Turk in Italy gives Rossini's comedy plenty of sparkle.
From sublime singing to ridiculously good comedy, this new production is the next big step up for a small opera company.
An uneven presentation of this comedy from Wagner.