Italy's famous Teatro alla Scala will make its Australian debut in Brisbane in November.
With two days to go, the Festival has announced it’s already achieved its biggest box office takings in its history, while the Fringe has also announced a bumper year.
Three days after the company fired him, Levine has sued for breach of contract and defamation.
The tenor, a permanent member of the Opera Australia Chorus for 25 years, was charged with offences occurring in the mid 1990s.
Pet food brand Eukanuba commissioned a new score by Iain Jackson aimed at reducing stress for dogs.
Our next issue includes interviews with AWO guest maestro Riccardo Muti, Marin Alsop on conducting Lenny and Simon Russell Beale on The Death of Stalin.
The French company's erotically charged, contemporary version will now come to the Sydney Opera House as well as Arts Centre Melbourne.
The decision comes after the findings of an independent investigation launched by the Met into allegations of sexual misconduct.
The Heldentenor will perform his signature role in Australia for the first time since 2009.
Artist Angelica Mesiti and curator Juliana Engberg will represent Australia at the Biennale in 2019.
Artistic Director Kathryn Stott has unveiled her first program for the Festival, with a swathe of new artists, premieres and plenty of old favourites.
Businessmen and music lovers Robert Veel and Bruce Watson are the new owners of Limelight, ensuring its ongoing future.
An exhibition of modern masters from the Hermitage and a major retrospective of South African photographer David Goldblatt are headed for Sydney.