Ravel's lesser-known operatic jewel is perfectly cast, lovingly conducted and all in the best possible taste.
Asher Fisch's German band tells a saucy tale with a Frenchman's opera set in Spain.
Ahead of Monteverdi's Coronation of Poppea, Pinchgut Opera shares photographs from the rehearsals.
Homecoming queen Danielle de Niese sings and dances her way through this lavish new production.
The Kiwi baritone talks about why the concert was such a hit and why he’s happy he has lots of opera in his diary.
Bizet at Trump’s border wall brings back a certain relevance.
Opening night belonged to Australian soprano Helena Dix in the role of Queen Elizabeth I.
Strauss and Tennyson's Odyssey gets the full dramatic sweep.
The Aussie star won Young Talent Time at age eight. We caught up with the soprano ahead of her debut in The Merry Widow.
The mezzo’s latest achievement comes off the back of her 2017 Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge Bel Canto Award win.
Suzanne Chaundy talks about staging Donizetti’s Tudor Queens ahead of the final instalment, Roberto Devereux.
In his new opera of The Snow Queen, the composer draws on the storytelling power of myth and adds a dash of panto.
Some very good singing in this admirable venture was let down by the venue.