The company has set aside 2,000 tickets to John Bell’s monumental Tosca for people who have not previously purchased tickets for an Opera Australia performance.
Insisting he has “no unhappiness with Opera Australia”, Jeffes says the “extraordinarily difficult decision” to resign as CEO is very much “a personal decision”.
Danish Cleopatra is a curiosity if a long-winded one.
Lively Bostonian band recreates Sun King’s watersports and more.
Malcolm Arnold's frothy operatic trifle rediscovered – and about time.
Ahead of his Australian debut as Oberon at the Adelaide Festival, the Brooklyn-born countertenor talks to Limelight about faith, politics, and how a raffle ticket changed his life.
Before there was Handel there was John Eccles and a truly English opera.
With social justice an integral part of its message, The Cooperative looks set to make waves.
Melbourne’s opera drought breaks with a multi-year Ring cycle’s bold start.
Ernani is a feast for the ears but rather less so for the eyes.
Janowski raises the bar for Il Tabarro with flair and feeling.
Nice staging, nice singers, shame about the tunes (or lack of them).
The instrumental playing dazzles on this idiosyncratic new Orfeo.