Ahead of his Opera Australia debut as Don José, the Argentine tenor talks favourite sopranos, fantasy dinner guests, and guilty pleasures.
Thirteen of Australia and New Zealand’s most promising young classical musicians will take part in the SSO's prestigious training program.
A new opera company run by young artists will have its first ever performance this month. We speak with tenor Spencer Darby about AOC's inception and Handel's Ariodante.
The veteran stage director has been dismissed after a chorister made a complaint to the company.
Alsop takes up the position of in September 2019, succeeding Cornelius Meister.
Daniil Trifonov and Barbara Hannigan are among this year's big winners.
Janowski’s a good guide if you go down to the woods today.
Ahead of Melbourne Opera's Tristan, the conductor talks about Bayreuth, finding that extra dimension in Wagner, and the importance of empathy in the rehearsal room.
Sydney Theatre Company announces its new heroine for George Bernard Shaw's 1923 classic Saint Joan.
This zany, energetic night of song and dance is just the right amount of pandemonium.
Muriel’s Wedding takes home seven awards, followed closely by Hir and A View From the Bridge.
Despite its out-of-this-world setting, this production of La Bohème remains human and grounded.
Merlynn Tong's Blue Bones leads the count with seven nominations, with Ruddigore, Joh for PM and He Dreamed a Train close behind.