The stars align, literally and figuratively, as Simone Young’s four-year Ring Cycle lifts off to a rapturous ovation.
Ahead of Opera Australia's upcoming Brisbane Ring Cycle, Warwick Fyfe looks back at his one-eyed love of Wagner.
State Opera South Australia's Figaro pulsates with life and joie de vivre but lacks a genuinely subversive edge.
Review: Jules Massenet: Ariane (Munich Radio Orchestra, Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Laurent Campellone)
Late Massenet shines in a recording that makes a strong case for a staging.
OA misses out for its Hoffman but Barrie Kosky awarded Best Director at the ceremony hosted in Warsaw.
In 2024 West Australian Opera presents a year reflecting on love, loss, and longing with ancient stories, myths, and legends.
An unforgettable display of technique, artistry and talent from the Peruvian star – and stage personality to seal the deal.
Beginning as a tribute to sculptor Alexander Calder, this Olivier Award-winning opera becomes a brilliant meditation on human folly.
Review: Offenbach: La Princesse de Trébizonde (London Philharmonic Orchestra, Opera Rara Chorus, Paul Daniel)
Waxworks and bottom-whacking among the delights in Offenbach’s forgotten gem.
Singing arias by Mozart, Cilea, Puccini and Massenet, Melbourne soprano Rebecca Gulinello wins the prestigious award and a $30,000 prize.
The independent dance production Petrushka, Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA and WA Opera take home the gongs.
"Risk is a part of the DNA of art," says Opera Queensland’s Artistic Director Patrick Nolan. His 2024 season embraces it.
When three Australians appear on the same bill at one of the world’s most prestigious opera houses, it’s an occasion worthy of celebration.