Victorian Opera announces its Ballarat Opera Festival, part of the company’s ongoing commitment to cultural life outside of Melbourne.
The reunion concert tour set for dates in March now postponed to November but Adelaide and Perth fans will miss out.
Presented in Australia for the first time, Robert Lepage’s puppetry-based staging of Stravinsky’s short works is as brilliant as ever.
Singer and harpsichordist Liam Green to join Pinchgut's specialist program for continuo players.
Perth Festival's in-concert staging is a reminder of the pleasures of immersion in the orchestral world of an opera.
Exquisite singing and a feeling of déjà vu mark the return of Mozart’s seminal opera after a 30-year absence.
In-concert operas are sometimes regarded as the poor relation of their fully staged cousins. But can less be more?
In 2024, some of the country’s leading arts venues will embark on or complete major renovations. What can audiences expect as a result?
Pondering the passion in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, Guy Noble discovered the composer was something of an Italian stallion.
Review: Verdi: I Lombardi alla prima crociata (Munich Radio Orchestra, Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Ivan Repušić)
Early Verdi gets a stylish Bavarian outing.
All the elements of grand opera are here in Wundig wer Wilura: love and war, trust and betrayal, intimacy and the sublime.
This musically and visually delightful production of Leonard Bernstein’s operetta kicks off a new era for Victorian Opera.
Baroque is back at the Sydney Opera House in the form of Handel's pungent tale of religious intolerance and sacrifice in a polarised society.