Bangarra's Bennelong leads the pack, with Muriel's Wedding, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical and Brett Dean's Hamlet close behind.
He takes on the title role of Molière’s The Miser for Bell Shakespeare after departing the company in 2015.
The South-Korean pianist discusses her first solo recital tour in Australia and how she’s getting to grips with a challenging world premiere.
Ruby shines intermittently in this tribute to Frasi’s London.
A Georgian mezzo brings plenty of spice to bread and butter rep.
11 young singers will compete to secure their place in the final, where they’ll get a chance to take home the Marianne Mathy Scholarship.
Philpott has had an extensive career as a writer, dramaturg, teacher and mentor both in Australia and abroad.
Actor Don Hany was raised on a steady diet of Beethoven and Brahms, as well as Jackson and Cohen. Now learning the violin, he’s revisiting the classics while preparing for his turn as the dashing Nick Arnstein.
The baritone is one of the guest artists at this year’s Festival, where he’ll be performing as well as giving masterclasses.
Soon to make her Australian debut in the role of Gilda, the Russian soprano talks about overcoming her scepticism about what is now a calling card role.
Singers from Australia and New Zealand will have the chance to secure their part of the $70,000 prize pool.
A superlative night at the opera, with thrilling singing and red-hot drama.
Ivo Van Hove’s new production of Mussorgsky’s Boris Godounov is sure to be a hit for Paris Opera.