The luminous Australian soprano has died at home of cancer at the age of 49.
The new fellowships, which will see young musicians mentored by members of the Opera Australia Orchestra, are designed to assist the professional development of early career string players.
Greek myths get a contemporary makeover in this world premiere double bill.
The Metropolitan Opera’s former music director, whose relationship with the house ended in disgrace after multiple claims of sexual misconduct, has died at the age of 77.
The British composer, who died in 1944, has had her music honoured at the GRAMMY Awards for the first time, while other classical winners include Gustavo Dudamel, JoAnn Falletta and David Robertson.
Cabaret and opera combine in this gleeful myth deconstruction, giving you plenty to think and talk about.
The company has announced its Melbourne autumn season, featuring two Verdi productions.
Béla Bartók’s only opera, first performed in 1918, sounds glorious and is astutely staged for 21st-century audiences.
WA's top operatic talent delighted the audience with a program of classics and favourites, though a broader mix of repertoire wouldn't have gone astray.
An antipodean dream finally comes home.
The work is the brainchild of baritone Joshua Hopkins whose sister was murdered in 2015.
In a welcome return, The Sleeping Beauty has re-awakened, and Victorian Opera’s long-awaited 2021 season has finally begun.
Carmen Giannattasio makes an impressive Opera Australia debut in John Bell’s dramatic production.