Employment within the court of Louis XIV allowed Jean-Baptiste Lully to lavish his talents on creating spectacular works for the stage, as Jan Smaczny explains.
State Opera South Australia will Keep the Home Fires Burning with a free concert of nostalgic wartime songs, streaming on ANZAC Day morning.
We will use the support to run a new series of weekly columns highlighting some of the gems among the plethora of arts material now available online.
It’s back to Vienna again for Kaufmann’s latest operetta-fest.
Davies’ Orphic laments might easily set the stones weeping.
Yende and Flórez lend bel canto star power to some rare Rossini.
Fidelio take one: Jacobs makes a case for Beethoven’s first thoughts.
The UK-based Australian soprano thought she'd recovered from COVID-19 then had to be rushed to hospital as she struggled to breathe. She shares her petrifying experience with honesty and humour.
Australian soprano Nicole Car will judge the Classical and Opera round of the competition from her Paris apartment.
The Australian star soprano has established a fund to help struggling freelance Australian classical singers, here or abroad, who have lost work due to COVID-19.
Small to medium companies who missed out in the Australia Council for the Arts’ latest Four Year Funding for Organisations round take stock in the midst of a crisis.
How the Belle Époque saw Bizet’s free-spirited heroine.
Staff who have been stood down by OA from March 30 until the end of May will be able to access up to 80 percent of their regular salary.