A filmed staging of Teatro alla Scala’s production of Mozart's opera about a man attempting to free his kidnapped lover and her servants, filmed live in June this year.
Mozart proving classical music will never die after smashing record sales of major pop artists combined
An exceptional line-up of opera and ballet productions from London’s Royal Opera House, Paris’ Opéra National & Milan’s La Scala commence from 28 October 2016.
Mozart’s popular Magic Flute has been given a light, modern re-imagining by director and designer, David Lampard, as part of State Opera’s 2016 Evolved season.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra has released its 2016 season schedule, and with it comes the love of Beethoven, and an fantastic line-up of international guests.
Making opera more accessible, the State Opera is presenting two double-bills this year: evenings of two, one-act operas.
At 25, Ray Chen is one of the most compelling young violinists in the world and will perform only one Adelaide concert as part of the Feast Festival.
SOSA has launched their 2015 season, featuring much-loved classics like Don Giovanni, Faust and the Verdi Requiem, and a number of smaller works.
Ten operas, including four new productions will feature in The Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series of opera in cinema. The new season kicks off on 26 October but tickets are on sale now.
Co-Opera has been touring this production of Mozart's opera buffa, The Marriage of Figaro, since the beginning of March, and they have polished it to perfection over that time. Add their cabaret style seating and you have all the ingredients for an unbeatable night out.
Multi-award winning guitarist, Aleksandr Tsiboulski, joined forces with popular Soprano, Jane Edwards, to present a wonderful concert of music spanning four centuries.