The film director discusses his upbringing, career and the women who have influenced him.
- by Jane Rocca
Apart from a moody panther, the digital animations that dress this opera are remarkable. But the opera’s real success is the love triangle driving the plot.
- by Elizabeth Flux
Both Opera Australia and Melbourne Opera are about to present work by one of the most celebrated of composers.
- by Barney Zwartz
Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers was an ideal work to pick for Victorian Opera’s outdoor show, which featured superb singing.
- by Madeline Roycroft
After a hiatus of a year and a half, Opera Australia is back in Melbourne with a huge production of Verdi’s tragic opera showcasing cutting-edge digital wizardry
- by Patricia Maunder
Bruce Beresford is directing an opera that will be broadcast live in virtual reality. When he put on VR goggles for the first time, his reaction was sheer astonishment.
- by Nick Miller
Kathryn Radcliffe is about to take to the stage to debut in The Pearl Fishers, while six months pregnant with her second daughter.
- by Catherine Lambert
Skies that had rained havoc all week allowed a glow to silhouette the Opera House as a company that had lost a year’s revenue was given a chance to spread its wares.
- by Peter McCallum
Much-loved soprano Taryn Fiebig, “open-hearted, generous and wickedly funny”, has died after a long illness.
- by Nick Galvin
The financial crisis for Opera Australia is far from over, says CEO Rory Jeffes.
- by Linda Morris