A newly downsized Guy Noble ponders the highs and lows of an extensive decluttering.
Ravishing music, virtuosic performances and an intelligent, contemporary production make for an unforgettable night.
Ahead of his 70th birthday bash, Victorian Opera’s Artistic Director tells Angus McPherson about honing his skills in the percussion section, the best (and worst) conductors, and the pleasures of opera.
Currently performing in Faust, the Albanian tenor discusses his early career success, working with Luciano, and what's next.
The standout CDs of 2019 plus music for your Christmas stockings, Bran Nue Dae at 30, David Williamson's final curtain call, and we interview Richard Mills.
Lise Davidsen's debut excites, but Vasily Petrenko and Yusif Eyvazov also shine in Tchaikovsky's tale of terror.
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra was a formidable music force under outgoing Chief Conductor Sir Andrew Davis.
The mezzo-soprano takes home a purse of over $30,000, which will allow her to advance her career overseas.
Ahead of its new production of Gianni Schicchi, we talk to founder Melanie Smart about bringing opera to the Gold Coast.
Superlative singing and David McVicar’s lavish, clever production make a heavenly match.
Meredith Daneman reports from the recital at which the retired Australian ballerina received the inaugural Queensland Agent-General Award.
Following the success of the first ever performance in 2019, Opera Australia will return to Uluru from December 11 to 13 with an even bigger program.
San Francisco Ballet’s HR Director Darin Conley-Buchsieb explains how changing arts culture can lead to larger audiences – and more authentic art.