Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s 1787 opera was based on the legendary figure Don Juan, a rake and a seducer of women, but Mozart makes him a real villain. Set at a wedding, in Tuscany, the lead’s character is quickly shown to be charming, controlling and without conscience. Seducing anything in a skirt and finally killing the father of one of his conquests.
Set at a sumptuous Florentine wedding, the story of the Dion Giovanni’s crimes and seductions of wealth, and the havoc he wreaks on the people around him.
In Mozart and Da Ponte's scientific investigation of love, a cynical old philosopher prompts two young idealists to put their lovers’ delity to the test.
A filmed staging of Teatro alla Scala's production of Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), captured live from La Scals in Milan, Italy in November 2016
Adelaide Youth Orchestra are teaming up with some of S A's best young opera singers to present the first staged opera concert in the orchestra's history.
The Magic Flute is the tale of two friends, Pamino and Papageno who undertake a quest from The Queen of the Night.
Ali McGregor, Antoinette Halloran and Dimity Shepherd present Opera with a distinctly fun difference.
Mistaken identity, good-natured deception, and tongue in cheek humour abound when friends decide to test their fiancés’ fidelities.
Don Giovanni can tip the opera agnostics over into being believers. This version is certainly capable of doing just that.