Jenny Eriksson and her colleagues of The Marais Project at Sydney are re-imagining the works of French composer Marin Marais and others presenting magical music
Eugene Onegin a tale of love given freely, rejected with scorn and regretted when it’s all far too late, finally consigned to being a memory tinged with remorse
Opera Australia’s Rigoletto blurs the boundaries between ‘anarchy and respectability’ and above all reveals how we handle the two imperatives; power and revenge
In Opera Australia’s January 2014 production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute soprano Milica Ilic is Queen of the Night, a dangerous power only overcome by knowledge
The Helpmann Awards highlight and honour the Australian live performance industry, continuing a tradition of creative Australians giving pleasure to many people
World opera companies in 2013 are celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of the man who gave us beautiful accessible music about life & love Viva Verdi!
There are exciting prospects for opera in Australia says artistic director Lyndon Terracini who with his team are re-imagining opera performance for the new age
South Pacific is a magical musical, a true feast of tropical south seas delight featuring Lisa McCune as Nellie Forbush and Teddy Tahu Rhodes as Emile De Becque
Give Me An Excess of It, a Memoir by Richard Gill is an honest account of a musicians life, which despite challenges, successes and failures has been lived well
Brisbane based soprano Milica Ilic is a Principal Artist for Opera Australia and in 2012 has appeared as Queen of the Night in the Magic Flute and will later in the year cover the title role in Opera Australia’s new production of Lucia di Lamermoor. She is also completing a series…
Bless you Lyndon Terracini of Opera Australia, for standing up and leading the change needed to make opera far more accessible to those who want to enjoy the richness it will surely add to their lives.
In a progressive society change is constant and people need to embrace it, or the art forms they are seeking to keep close will not be conserved, but disappear.
Opera Australia presents a season of OPERA ON THE BIG SCREEN at Event Cinemas and Birch Carroll & Coyle Cinemas from this Saturday 28th May 2011. Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro will be presented first.