A homophobic diva was cast out, boutique productions thrived, and the world’s top tenor visited Australia in the 2014 year of opera.
Superb singing and stunning designs showcase the depth of Opera Australia’s talent pool to full advantage in this very merry revival of Falstaff.
A world-class staging for Don Giovanni as the first instalment bodes well for the continuation of Sir David McVicar’s Mozart Trilogy for Opera Australia.
Opera Australia continues their goal of growing audiences with a year of popular favourites starring singers of note from around the globe.
****Read Man in Chair’s 2016 review of Siegfried.**** Arriving at the heroic action at the heart of Wagner’s epic Ring Cycle, the title character of tonight’s installment is the one destined to […]
Nominations were announced this evening for the 13th annual Helpmann Awards. The Awards will be presented at the Sydney Opera House on Monday 29 July, in a ceremony that will be telecast […]