A very limited number of “rush” (returned) tickets for individual Ring Cycle operas will be on sale from 9am on the first day of each Cycle. These are expected to go quickly and will be available until sold out.
Gale Edwards’ lavish production inhabits 1930s Berlin, a hub for young impoverished creatives contending with the high cost of round-the-clock hedonism in a city seething with glitzy excess.
When you enter the magical harbour-edge setting and look at one of the world's most beautiful cities across the astonishing stage you'll understand why this has become one of the most talked about events in Sydney.Learn More
There’s nowhere closer to the action than Sydney Opera House. Make this your most memorable New Year ever, and celebrate at Opera Australia’s famous New Year’s Eve event.
Whisk the one you love off their feet with this whirlwind of passion, drama, romance and wit. There'll be plenty of memorable tunes to hum all the way home.
Classic tales of love and loss, performed with a depth of emotion that conveys more than a story. You'll love these operas to death.
This package is made up of entirely new productions. And if you're new to opera, you'll get a kick out of these extraordinary performances.
Tylesova’s larger-than-life designs provide a brilliant canvas for director Simon Phillips in a fast-moving farce set in an Italian seaside town. Our 2014 production of Rossini's The Turk in Italy opens on a beach and Gabriela is planning 50s style swimmers, beach balls, goggles and flippers as accessories for the sunbathers that open the show.
When Nicole Car stepped onto stage in Germany wearing a strapless sage green ball gown layered with glittering tulle, the director of the Neue Stimmen Vocal Competition raised one eyebrow and said: “So, this is the dress for a nun, huh?”.
Opera Australia fondly remembers baritone Robert Allman, plenty of good reads from around the web this week and some fun clips to get you through to the weekend.
The 3rd and final cycle of Opera Australia's Der Ring des Nibelungen begins on Friday 6 December. ABC Classic FM will do a live broadcast of this landmark event in Australian arts.
Join us for 15 hours over four evenings, starting on Friday 6 December at 6.30pm.