Opera Australia has announced that the HOSH season cancelled in 2020 will be staged in 2021, and that its ongoing partnerships for the outdoor event will extend to 2023.
The company celebrates 20 years with impressively bold offerings and major players.
How often do you encounter a non-fiction work about art that makes your mind spiral in so many directions?
"It's been a journey," says Co-Artistic Director Rachel Healy as the Adelaide Festival announces a program featuring 10 world premieres, 14 Australian premieres, and 18 events exclusive to the festival.
On International Day of People with Disability, Morwenna Collett explores the ways access and inclusion are gaining increased attention in the Australian music industry.
The new Canberra company unveils its inaugural season tomorrow. In an exclusive story, we reveal the two productions it will present next year.
The 40th anniversary season will feature Lorelei, a new Marriage of Figaro and Aida with Opera Australia, as well as a regional tour of Are You Lonesome Tonight, which combines opera and country music.
Next year will see the long-awaited return of Richard Meale’s Voss, as well as four world premieres by Australian composers.
The news of a staged concert of Voss in September follows the announcement earlier this month of two performances of Carousel in March.
The season includes the world premiere of the first opera performed in Noongar language, a new musical theatre work by Tim Finn performed in English and Tahitian, and a Figaro double.
Adelaide Festival Co-Artistic Directors Rachel Healy and Neil Armfield have been honoured with the Arts Leadership Award.
In his new book, Alex Ross walks fearlessly into the snake pit of opinion and, in his words, “restores the magnificent confusion of what it means to be a Wagnerian”. In this extract, he looks at Wagner, women and love.
The Festival de Ópera do Paraná in Brazil has become a headline cultural event, breaking down barriers and attracting wider and younger audiences.