The soprano on her “trauma” in The Love of the Nightingale.
Have your say and tell us who you think delivered the most memorable performances of 2011.
Opera’s 12 most gripping last gasps: stabbings, suicides, strangulation and more!
This Queen of the Night wants her high notes to bring South Africa’s black communities and young people to the opera.
The opera legend embarks on his first exclusive collaboration with a label in 40 years.
Conductor: Imre Palló/Director: John Milson Sydney Conservatorium of Music Until September 24
Pianomania: The Greatest Pianists of All Time, James Rhodes, Angela Hewitt, the Vienna Phil and more.
Share the Sydney Opera House stage with Australia’s most popular leading men.
La Stupenda is the face of the issue nominated for the 2011 Magazine Cover Awards.
The iconic tenor is bound for Australia for the first time in 15 years.
Melbourne Festival artistic director Brett Sheehy serves up a classical music feast like no other.
The “heir to Pavarotti” succumbed to head injuries sustained in a road accident.
Festival Baroque Australia showcases local and national talent in a rare Handel opera.