Despite a lack of success in his own lifetime, notably with Carmen, Bizet soon became hailed as an operatic master, as George Hall explains.
Mat Verevis will star as Tommy in the musical based on legendary British rock band The Who’s 1969 concept album.
The Prime Minister has advised against “non-essential” mass gatherings of more than 500 people, effective as of Monday, which will have a massive impact on the arts.
Growing up, the Armenian-Australian soprano wanted to be the next Celine Dion. But as Justine Nguyen discovers, life had other plans for Natalie Aroyan, who is claiming her mantle as Australia’s next great Verdi soprano.
Gergiev's hand on the tiller makes heavy weather of Girard's new Dutchman.
Missy Mazzoli has poured hope and light into her operatic version of Lars von Trier’s film headed for Adelaide. Tom Morris explains how he’s staging it, and why, as a man, he needed the composer’s blessing.
A rousing and triumphantly optimistic experience.
How bequests from opera lovers are supporting established and emerging arts companies across the globe.
The role the arts can play in the face of a climate crisis, exciting new collaborations between Indigenous composers and Western classical musicians, Natalie Aroyan, Stephen Sondheim and much more.
In an exciting start to the festival, this provocative production, with its stunning staging and symbolic imagery, will leave you pondering.
In the wake of a union investigation into accusations of sexual harassment and an apology from the tenor, companies across Europe are beginning to take action.
Daniel Carter, a protégé of Simone Young and Richard Gill, has been announced as the new General Music Director of the German house.
Fine performances and Sohan Ariel Hayes’ stunning visuals make for a magical Opera in the Park.