Sir Simon Rattle on Janáček’s Vixen, Paul Dean on his new “Symphony”, Alan Cumming on Adelaide and ageing, and Amanda Harris on representation and cultural appropriation are among the highlights in our next issue.
The choir kicks off with a tour of Fauré, Brahms and Tavener across regional Victoria with tickets available for digital performances live and on-demand.
The new Pinchgut Opera scholarship program honours the legacy of Taryn Fiebig, who was thrilled when the idea was proposed to her shortly before she died.
A brand new production of Offenbach’s The Tales of Hoffmann, starring Australian soprano Jessica Pratt, comes to Sydney alongside the return of Aida and Attila.
The music store, which is currently run by the third generation of Logans, celebrated its 100th birthday last year.
The new festival, which replaces the long-running Melbourne Festival, will feature work by Patricia Piccinini, Deborah Cheetham, Matthias Schack-Arnott and more.
The new injection of funding comes as the arts industry faces the “cliff edge” of JobKeeper’s termination this month.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical will open in Sydney in November, co-produced by Opera Australia and the Gordon Frost Organisation.
The Australian tenor, whose career spanned almost six decades, has died at 93.
In this issue we look at Alan John's iconic opera The Eighth Wonder, ABC journalist Sally Sara's debut play, Roland Peelman's Vienna-themed Canberra International Music Festival and Vasily Petrenko's COVID-beard.
The luminous Australian soprano has died at home of cancer at the age of 49.
The season will include the world premiere of the musical The Dismissal, Glace Chase's Triple X, and the return of The Picture of Dorian Gray starring Eryn Jean Norvill.
The new fellowships, which will see young musicians mentored by members of the Opera Australia Orchestra, are designed to assist the professional development of early career string players.