On demand, Cinema & Radio

OA | TV: Opera Australia on Demand

Experience some of our grandest productions from the comfort of your own home, thanks to our on demand streaming service, OA | TV. Watch performances from our back catalogue, including the world’s most comprehensive collection of Dame Joan Sutherland performances on video and Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour.

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Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour

World-class singers and musicians bring great operas to life on an enormous outdoor stage, with Sydney Harbour as a stunning backdrop.

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Opera at Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is one of the world's most beautiful buildings. Watch fabulous full operas filmed inside this international icon.

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In Conversation with Lyndon Terracini

Take a deep dive into the lives and work of some of opera's most fascinating figures with former Opera Australia Artistic Director Lyndon Terracini.

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In Conversation with Lyndon Terracini is our podcast interview series featuring the extraordinary talents of Opera Australia — both onstage and off. Each episode features a special guest talking about how they came to work in the world of opera, and telling fabulous behind-the-scenes stories. Our guests include singers, conductors, musicians, composers, directors, designers, technical experts and more.

In Cinemas

Experience some of Opera Australia’s grandest productions in your local cinema. CinemaLive and Opera Australia are now bringing the very best of Australian opera performances to cinemas around the world. For session times, visit CinemaLive. Session times will be updated as they become available. You can keep up to date with our cinema schedule by signing up to receive our e-newsletter.

On the Radio

ABC Classic FM and Opera Australia regularly bring operas to the airwaves with both live and pre-recorded broadcasts. Find out how to listen to ABC Classic FM here.

Upcoming broadcast: The performance of Tannhäuser in Concert at Hamer Hall will be broadcast on Sunday Opera with Mairi Nicholson on Sunday 25 June at 7pm.