The acclaimed American string quartet will perform at the 2019 Melbourne International Arts Festival as part of Jonathan Holloway’s final program as Artistic Director.
The Australian-Mauritian soprano will make her role debut as Violetta when La Traviata returns to Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour next year.
Newcomers join established voices in this year’s awards, with more women than men in the running for the prestigious Orchestral Work of the Year category for the first time in the Awards’ history.
Once again it was Counting and Cracking's night as the epic new play from Belvoir and Co-Curious took home three more awards.
The Canadian bass, a regular collaborator of Joan Sutherland's, has died at the age of 90.
The first 20 winners at the 19th Annual Helpmann Awards were announced tonight, with Counting and Cracking taking home four awards.
Edward Walton has taken top honours at Italy’s Piccolo Violino Magico competition.
Fresh from representing Australia at the Tchaikovsky Competition in Russia, the Sydney flute player returned home to take out first place in the Festival's Open Flute Competition.
David Berthold announces his fifth and final program – and he promises it's his biggest, most adventurous yet.
As part of a major art project presented by the University of Melbourne, five young artists currently have their work on show in Florence.
The company will bring back the Francesca Zambello production that launched Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour in 2012.
The overhauled process will see funding recommendations made by Artform Assessment Boards chosen by the Arts Minister, in a move that has sparked heated debate in the industry.
Hannah Fox and Gideon Obarzanek will lead the yet-to-be-named new festival, which will merge White Night and the Melbourne International Arts Festival.