Palace Cinemas in Australia will present a feast of opera and ballet, exclusively on screen 30 Oct 2015 until 3 August 2016 – direct from Europe’s finest stages
From Broadway to La Scala audiences will be captivated by the world’s most beloved music sung by Lisa McCune, Greta Bradman, David Hobson and Teddy Tahu Rhodes
Join Scholars of the Melba Opera Trust at Mandeville Hall, Toorak, Saturday 5 September 2015 at 6.00pm for some wonderful singing and fine musical entertainment
Presented by Pinchgut Opera Vivaldi’s Bajazet has exotic characters, recitatives of extraordinary power and glorious arias filled with feeling and imagination
What more could any girl want than to find a gorgeous fellow at her front door with a glass slipper in his hand… after all we all want to be a Pretty Woman!
Passion and power, love conquering hate are defining themes for the tragic opera Bajazet, presented by Pinchgut Opera at City Recital Hall July 4 – July 8, 2015
At Brisbane Baroque 2015 Max Emanuel Cencic and Camerata of St John’s in a unique collaboration of amazing virtuosity, ensured that the audience were gobsmacked
Sometimes two forces come together, great beauty and passion in music inspires innovative design in costume. For the Pinchgut Opera, Sydney, the acclaimed Artistic Director Lindy Hume has done just that. This year she has joined forces with Set Designer Tony Assness (lauded for his party scenes in the ‘Great…
National Trust of Australia (Victoria), is offering a pre-Christmas experience of the much loved Puccini opera La Bohème on the lawn. Rippon Lea, 3 – 7 December
Opera Australia, John Bell and Puccini’s production Tosca at the Arts Centre, Melbourne showcases sublime singing and visual virtuosity with breathtaking beauty
Great news for Hobart Baroque, Opera Australia and those nominated for the 2014 Helpmann Awards to be presented on August 18th, 2014 at Capitol Theatre, Sydney
Bee Gees to Boomtown, opera to pop, gypsy to jazz, rock to pop and swing to a symphony get in tune from 12-28 July to the sound of the Queensland Music Festival
The Marais Project’s first concert of 2013 entitled “Six of the Best’ will feature 17th century music for the viola da gamba and a modern work by Rosalind Page
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
The rise of humanism in Europe and England from the 15th to the 17th centuries meant that humankind abstained from the medieval longing for what may lay beyond and set about reinstating a love of life in the here and now, one formerly cherished by the ancients. Marvellous music united…