Four young singers from Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory will travel to Sydney in January for a week of professional training with Opera Australia.
With safer, quieter equipment and a revamped orchestra pit, the Sydney Opera House’s opera theatre is due to open on New Year’s Eve after seven months of work.
The new Australian musical leads the nominations in a year with Australian and independent musicals coming in strong.
The union will work to effect change after its research found alarming levels of bullying in Australian opera and sexual harassment in theatre.
Musica Viva's CEO, dancer Steven McRae and actor Bryan Brown have been honoured by universities.
The industry peak body has made recommendations designed to drive innovation and job creation.
The orchestra turns two with an inventive, collaborative new season, featuring special guests including Anna Da Silva Chen and Umberto Clerici.
Limelight’s critics pick their favourite classical music, dance, theatre, musical theatre and opera events in a busy 2017.
From breaking industry news to cute animals and orchestras, here are the most-read classical music stories on Limelight in 2017.
The January/February 2018 issue of Limelight is available for pre-order until 6:00pm AEST, Sunday December 17.
Peggy Polias, Bree van Reyk, Georgia Scott and Josephine Macken will work with a bevy of Australia's best and brightest as part of the programme.
Opera Australia is forecasting snow at La Bohème on Sydney Harbour – but director Andy Morton is flaky on details.
Tributes are flowing for Managing Editors Virginia Baxter and Keith Gallasch as they bring to a close 25 years covering innovative Australian art.