Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, 24 June—28 August
As the moon rises, a death cry wails through imperial Peking. Torture and death mean nothing. Freedom from possession means everything. Will the Princess win again?
Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, 14 July—15 August
While marriage brings peace between France and Spain, it sparks war between father and son. And as secrets are revealed, passion and politics run riot on a grand scale in the 16th-century royal court of Spain.
Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, 5 September—31 October
Lyric Theatre, QPAC, 25 July—16 August
All aboard for this saucy and splendid production of Anything Goes!
Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, 6—29 August
Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre, 12—28 November
Upstairs, downstairs, inside, outside, dressups and dressing downs, all in a day's work. The Countess loves the Count, but the Count is keen on Susanna, who's engaged to Figaro, who finds himself in a whirl of longing, comeuppance, and total, utter madness.
Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, 9—9 August
Come and explore the wonderful world of opera, at a day of demonstrations and displays at the Sydney Opera House.
Arts Centre Melbourne, Playhouse, 9—13 October
John Marsden and Shaun Tan's haunting picture book tells a story we all know: a story of colonisation, civilisation and progress — a story about displacement, destruction and culture clash. And in that landscape, it tells a story of hope taking root.
St James King Street, 22—23 October
The Opera Australia Chorus will sing a program of the greatest choral music by a range of composers, including Verdi, Puccini, Brahms, Rossini, Bernstein, Poulenc and Wagner.
Arts Centre Melbourne, ANZ Pavilion, 17 November
Join us for drinks and canapés on Tuesday 17 November 2015 and hear from our panel of high profile speakers, including Chief Executive Officer of Qantas Airways, Alan Joyce.
Plus a stunning performance from Opera Australia.
Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre, 21—28 November
Italian opera meets the Australian outback when Donizetti's tongue-in-cheek, heart-on-sleeve tale of a shy boy and a bold girl returns in this cheeky production directed by Simon Phillips.
Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, 26 December—24 January
Stroll down to the Sydney Opera House and join the stars of Opera Australia for a concert of the greatest hits of opera.
Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, 30 December—16 January
Julie Taymor's (The Lion King) fantabulous production of The Magic Flute returns for the summer holidays. Shortened and sung in English, full of dancing puppets, colourful costumes and enchanting music, this production is a marvellous way to introduce children to the magical world of opera.
Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House, 31 December
Step into the the Sydney Opera House's magnificent Concert Hall to watch the Opera Gala concert of popular arias by Verdi, Puccini, and Rossini, with fireworks and champagne at interval.
Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, 31 December
Leave the crowds behind as you enter the Sydney Opera House, then settle back for an evening with Rodolfo, Mimi, Marcello and Musetta in Puccini's La bohème.
Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, 2—30 January
A painter, a musician, a philosopher and a poet are having a night on the town. Café Momus is too pricey for them — they've nothing to weigh down those moth-eaten pockets. But why worry? The landlord is sorted, the bar tab can wait. They're young and their lofty ideals will keep body and soul together.