David Greco and Erin Helyard's imaginative program of baroque rarities makes for an ideal return to the concert hall.
Articles by Justine Nguyen
Skelton’s Grimes, captured at last for posterity, heads an outstanding recording.
American forces on British label deliver the key to Ethel Smyth’s Prison.
Kaufmann is a vital, virile Otello but perhaps the biggest star is the orchestra under Antonio Pappano.
Chantal Santon Jeffery is one soprano to keep an eye on.
Make room in your collection – this Agrippina’s one for the ages.
Flinders Quartet is to premiere a piece for string quartet, female voice and narrator, inspired by letters written to asylum seekers, which were returned to sender.
Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse will create an opera about the traditional story of the magpie and crow.
Three chamber operas based on Flaubert short stories will receive their world premieres this weekend.
We speak to director Katt Osborne about adapting Menotti’s The Telephone for WA Opera in the time of coronavirus.
Nakkiah Lui, Anchuli Felicia King, Suzie Miller and Jada Alberts are some of the playwrights who have teamed up with performers as part of a new project by Playwriting Australia.
The versatile performer will take the reins of the 2021 program after the Festival's move to an online season this year.
The emerging composer receives $2000 in prize money and the opportunity to create a new work for the ensemble.