Harry Ward, James Morley, Richard Narroway and Grace Clifford will compete for the $21,000 cash prize.
The versatile performer will take the reins of the 2021 program after the Festival's move to an online season this year.
Soprano Eva Kong is about to make her debut as Manon in Seoul – though the performances, which were planned to take place in front of an audience, will now stream live.
Sunday June 21 will see musical acts around the country, from classical karaoke to experimental games, broadcast online.
The emerging composer receives $2000 in prize money and the opportunity to create a new work for the ensemble.
In his final column, Clive Paget recommends Glass at the Met, OA's Turandot, and a handful of European gems.
Opera-Bytes is Victorian Opera’s latest digital offering from its youth chorus ensemble, VOYCE.
The multi-media artist will enter the world of the ASO, responding to the orchestra as “a living archive”, as part of a new Guildhouse Collections Project.
Eleanor Lyons and her conductor/pianist husband Vladimir Fanshil have formed LIVEATYOURS, a new project offering “micro-concerts” in people’s homes, which launches tonight.
Arts Centre Melbourne's acclaimed mentoring program for emerging composers has announced this year's participants.
Young Australian conductor Leonard Weiss reflects on a year under the tutelage of the iconic American conductor.
Ferrier and Walter excel in Mahler's Swan Song.
Ruby spawns three gems: Contrasting song-cycles showcase adaptable skills.