Adelaide Festival announces the triumphant return of Australia’s most celebrated international opera director Barrie Kosky with his latest masterpiece, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s The Golden Cockerel
Composer Graeme Koehne, well known for his ballets and orchestral work, combined with talented writer Louis Nowra to write this chamber opera for the Adelaide Festival of Arts 1992.
On Tuesday evening Cohen performed in recital with internationally acclaimed pianist Konstantin Shamray.
This production of Britten’s operatic adaptation of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is like no other.
Musical material ranges from opera to pop, via country and music theatre, with a pinch of rock thrown in for good measure.
Madama Butterfly started its life in New Zealand, went for a sabbatical in Seattle, and has landed in Adelaide with a stellar cast that brings to life Kate Cherry’s emotionally truthful and heart-rending production.
The State Opera’s production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s popular operetta is a sparkling version that verges on anime.
An exquisite new production of Puccini’s legendary opera Madama Butterfly lands in Australia at Adelaide’s Festival Theatre from 14 November until 23 November 2019.
From Broadway to La Scala began life as one series of concerts with David Hobson and Teddy Tahu Rhodes. It has since morphed into a brand. It’s a simple and incredibly successful format: a group of (mostly) classical singers, put on a concert of works from both opera and musicals.
Beloved Australian tenor David Hobson is returning to Adelaide in the new production of From Broadway to La Scala. Hobson caught up with Glam for a chat about the show, and all things musical theatre.
A representation of the musings and recollections of a man who wrote nonsense has to venture into the absurd. Although a reflection on the life of Rev C L Dodgson, better known as Lewis Carroll, the tale is not factual
Leoš Janáček wrote Cunning Little Vixen in1924; it is a work of incredible beauty in the true minimalist form that was his unique signature.
The theme of love and jealousy is familiar in operas; but Puccini does it so well and with beautiful music, well worth a visit by music lovers.
As I’m sure you’re well aware, Christmas is only a week away. Still going with your Christmas shopping? Instead of buying something that could just be relegated to the back of the cupboard, why not gift an experience?
War Sum Up is a 21st century electronic opera spectacular that musically brings to life the three stories of the archetypal war characters drawn from classic Noh dramas, a form of traditional Japanese theatre and one of the oldest in the world.
Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, based on the Greek legend, is a short, challenging piece, with an incomplete score. Composed in the 17th century, it is regarded as the oldest opera in English.
The new venue will offer audiences a completely new opera experience.
An autobiography of Nicholas Braithwaite’s formative years before intricately tracing almost three-decades of his professional career, from 1963 until 1991.
The Pearl Fishers is a remarkable opera. Written by Georges Bizet when he was 24 years old, it has freshness and a feel of other worldliness.