The entirely WA program takes the river as its theme and includes a range of new work, with a strong Noongar component.
In this new production, directed by Joseph Mitchell and conducted by its composer Richard Mills, the opera has finally found its place and worth.
Glorious Baroque music from Camerata showcased luscious soprano Sofia Troncoso as the Queen of the Nile.
Read our features on religion, music and immortality, a Brazilian opera festival where everything is free, adapting literature for the theatre, as well as an extract from Alex Ross’s new book Wagnerism.
OA is announcing its 2021 program in stages. This first season includes Ernani, Bluebeard's Castle, The Merry Widow and Tosca. Lyndon Terracini also addresses the company restructure and redundancies.
We speak to the Australian director who takes up his new position with the company this month.
The company will clear thousands of old costumes and props from retired productions in a sale at its Alexandria storehouse – which is itself up for grabs.
Pinchgut Opera's rich and resourceful film showcases Barbara Strozzi in a feast for eyes and ears.
The Australian chamber opera examining the life of the sister of bushranger Ned Kelly invites curiosity and is mostly satisfying.
A joyous return to the main stage for Opera Queensland with ENCORE.
Social distancing and disinfectant help tell a tale of love, madrigals and gender politics.
During Melbourne's COVID lockdown, the Australian tenor set to work on a new album. He has just released the first track on which he joined forces with Kanen Breen.
Paul Selar experiences a one-on-one performance of Beethoven’s song cycle An die ferne Geliebte via the telephone.