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, Oct 15, 2013
He's played a French planter in the South Pacific and now he'll play the King of Siam in another Rodgers and Hammerstein hit. But is the "colour-blind casting" of Kiwi baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes OK?
, Aug 12, 2013
Sydney Chamber Opera is a diamond in a world of largely unimproved cultural carbon. Its Owen Wingrave, Benjamin Britten's made-for-TV work, is a rare treat.
, Aug 08, 2013
Opera Australia's timeless vision of Verdi's classic, with a superb cast led by Emma Matthews, brings a finesse that defies the opera's grand scale and sumptuousness.
, Jul 05, 2013
John Bell has a daunting task: reinventing a much-loved Puccini classic after a disastrous earlier production turned off Opera Australia subscribers. He talks to Curtain Call about the challenge.
, Apr 02, 2013
It's as good as Carmen can be, indoors or out. Opera Australia's Sydney Harbour spectacle might not be pure, but it's a visual feast and the performers are world-class.
, Jan 07, 2013
Gale Edwards' lavish production of the Puccini classic gets another run at the stuffy Sydney Opera House, with two impressive new leads to thrill fans of the work.
, Sep 28, 2012
It's indisputably one of the world's favourite operas, and Opera Australia's Moffat Oxenbould-directed production still has plenty of romance and relevance.