The winners of this year’s Performing Arts WA Awards include Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company’s Hecate, Black Swan’s Oklahoma!, and WA Opera's Così Fan Tutte.
Alexander Voltz explores one of history's most notorious unsolved crimes.
A Rossini showcase puts on a display Dulcamara would be proud of.
This program of artsong concerts, performed by four solo singers for Sydney Chamber Opera, will illustrate where the modern song has found itself in the 21st century.
State Opera South Australia delivers yet another successful revival as part of its Lost Operas of Oz program.
Punchy, period approach works wonders, but what’s with the highlights?
Eva Kong's well-chosen program, entertaining story-telling about her operatic life, and vocal skill made for a thoroughly enjoyable recital.
Schulhoff’s Don Giovanni combines late-Romantic lushness with le jazz hot.
Lise Davidsen's sophomore album is first class.
A glimpse of what opera could become post-COVID, as the artform embraces drive-ins, livestreams, virtual reality and digitally augmented live performances.
Despite making redundancies last year, Opera Australia has posted a sizeable deficit. "It doesn't look pretty," says CEO Rory Jeffes, but he believes OA is now better placed to deal with further disruptions.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
Lockdown in a global pandemic gave soprano Sonya Yoncheva the opportunity to realise a long-held dream and return to her musical roots. So, where does ABBA come in?