Award-winning Chinese baritone and President of the Shanghai Conservatory Changyong Liao tells us about the 'Shakespeare of the East' ahead of performances in Sydney and Melbourne.
The Kiwi Heldentenor, one of the leading Wagnerians of his generation, talks about his new album of German lieder, his idol Fritz Wunderlich, his new opera role, and “commuting” from New Zealand.
Opera Australia stars including soprano Lorina Gore and tenor Diego Torre will perform a sunset concert of opera highlights in November.
The rising star soprano is one of 20 finalists in this year's prestigious competition, which launched the careers of Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Bryn Terfel.
The two will produce and co-commission major opera productions to be seen in Adelaide over the next three years.
William Christie's spirited revival of an antiquated artform proves there's life in Rameau's old dogs yet.
As she prepares to unveil her Salome for Opera Australia, soprano Lise Lindstrom discusses the role’s myriad challenges, finding empathy for a ruined princess, and why she had to leave Nilsson behind.
The American soprano on mixed heritage, Peter Sellars and John Adams, and curating at NY's Met Museum.
Michael Fabiano makes a promising role debut, but the real star is Elena Maximova's vividly realised Charlotte.
Returning to perform in Opera in the Market after a decade, the soprano discusses what it's like to work with young singers, her artistic ethos, and the joys of audience reaction.
First presented to Dame Joan Sutherland, the Opera Australia Trophy recognises Moshinsky’s service to the company and contribution to Australia’s operatic landscape.
A delightful production that is as intoxicating as Papageno's pink cocktail, while acknowledging the darker elements in Mozart's opera.
A musically excellent, perceptively designed and directed production of Wagner’s final opera.