A superlative night at the opera, with thrilling singing and red-hot drama.
Ahead of her Australian tour, the coloratura soprano tells us about juggling Italian arias and Korean art songs as well as an upcoming blind date.
Ivo Van Hove’s new production of Mussorgsky’s Boris Godounov is sure to be a hit for Paris Opera.
Returning to Sydney in a role for which he’s won much acclaim, the American tenor makes the case for why Edgardo might just be crazier than Donizetti’s Bride of Lammermoor.
First Peach Melba, now La Dolce Jessica, a deconstructed trifle honouring soprano Jessica Pratt is on the menu at Aria Restaurant.
This modern opera, telling a tragic love story in reverse, is strong conceptually, but with a lot of haze.
This production certainly glitters visually, but all is not gold.
An interesting production not without its problems, balanced by some strong performances.
She made her operatic debut at 28 as Lucia, so it takes a lot to faze this British-born, Australian soprano. Ahead of her Sydney debut, she tells us why doing the role feels like going home.
Young singers specialising in bel canto can win the chance to travel to Italy for an intensive study period.
The Space Between by Paul Grabowsky and writer Steve Vizard is a tribute to the operatic heroine.
Australian singers abound, including a dastardly Peter Coleman-Wright as Don Alfonso, in Opera Holland Park's Così.
Ahead of her turn as Lehár’s plucky heroine, the soprano tells us why the best operetta is like making a meringue.