The 2020 season also includes Handel's Rinaldo plus concerts of Charpentier, Purcell, Monteverdi and Gabrieli.
This issue includes features on Léo Delibes' Sylvia, Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony, Golden Age string instruments, and composers Schumann and John Kander.
Barrie Kosky's daring, dazzling production is controversial yet poignant, with the music having the final say.
A wild, confronting and bittersweet ride in three acts you won’t easily forget.
Though dramaturgically flawed, this adaptation of Peter Carey's beloved novel is full of daring and brilliance.
Alex Ollé's production is an admirable attempt to mine the trauma that informs Puccini's fantasy of the East.
Britten's tale of a persecuted fisherman is brought to vivid, terrifying life in this concert performance.
Premiering in Aix-en-Provence earlier this month, the radical, beautiful staging of Mozart’s final, unfinished work has electrified audiences.
In love with opera and each other, Nicole Car and her baritone husband Etienne Dupuis are in Australia for a recital tour, while Car also sings Peter Grimes in Concert with SSO.
Sopranos dominate this year's Bel Canto Award, while Australian Kiandra Howarth is a finalist in both competitions.
Conductor and Artistic Director of Sydney Chamber Opera Jack Symonds discusses Elliott Gyger’s new opera, an adaptation of the beloved Peter Carey novel Oscar and Lucinda.
Ample talent on display, but the story needs more work to properly take off.
Once again it was Counting and Cracking's night as the epic new play from Belvoir and Co-Curious took home three more awards.