Local soprano Lee Abrahmsen leads a handsomely sung but theatrically underwhelming production of Wagner’s tragic love story.
Ahead of his Opera Australia debut as Don José, the Argentine tenor talks favourite sopranos, fantasy dinner guests, and guilty pleasures.
A new opera company run by young artists will have its first ever performance this month. We speak with tenor Spencer Darby about AOC's inception and Handel's Ariodante.
Shostakovich was 20 when he began writing The Nose. Barrie Kosky was around the same age when he fell in love with it.
The veteran stage director has been dismissed after a chorister made a complaint to the company.
This 18th-century musical party is full of colours and thrills.
Ill-judged, poorly executed: a waste of performers’ talents.
Hollywood movie classic gets an angelic operatic makeover.
Janowski’s a good guide if you go down to the woods today.
Ahead of Melbourne Opera's Tristan, the conductor talks about Bayreuth, finding that extra dimension in Wagner, and the importance of empathy in the rehearsal room.
Stunning sets and star power have made Murphy’s production the most popular production of the work in the company’s history.
The veteran British bass has some advice for young basses and reveals the secrets of Reginald Goodall and his hidden room.
A fine cast and thoughtful staging help Jake Heggie’s leviathan of an opera to sail again.