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Artiste: John Rayment

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SydneyDuke Bluebeard's Castle

Bartók: Le Château de Barbe-Bleue
Andrea Molino; Andy Morton; Opera Australia; John Rayment; Priscilla Jackman; Carmen Topciu; Daniel Sumegi

SydneyLa traviata on Sydney Harbour

Verdi: La traviata
Brian Castles-Onion; Constantine Costi; Opera Australia; Brian Thomson; Tess Schofield; John Rayment; Francesca Zambello

BrisbaneThe Ring Cycle: Das Rheingold

Wagner: Or du Rhin, L' (Das Rheingold)
Philippe Auguin; Chen Shi-Zheng; Opera Australia; Anita Yavich; Vitalij Kowaljow; Warwick Fyfe
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Kang Wang makes a striking Opera Australia debut in La bohème

Karah Son (Mimì) and Kang Wang (Rodolfo) © Prudence Upton
Gale Edwards' popular revival, set in the 1930s Weimar Republic, brings visual delight and showcases Australian-Chinese tenor Kang Wang as Rodolfo.

Of art and genius: exceptional world premiere of Whiteley in Sydney

Leigh Melrose (Brett Whiteley) © Prudence Upton
Opera Australia delivers a sensational new Elena Kats-Chernin opera about the immensely gifted and troubled Australian painter, Brett Whiteley.

Tudor terrors in Opera Australia's new Anna Bolena

Ermonela Jaho (Anna Bolena) and Leonardo Cortellazzi (Percy) © Prudence Upton
Davide Livermore's new production of Donizetti's Anna Bolena offers moderate pleasures, with solid performances by Ermonela Jaho in the title role, and Carmen Topciu as Jane Seymour.

West Side Story: A Manhattan Juke-Box on Sydney Harbour

The Jets © Prudence Upton
For the first time, a musical comes to the outdoor stage of the annual Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour. 

Digitally Aida’d: A new production at Opera Australia

Elena Gabouri (Amneris) and Amber Wagner (Aida) © Prudence Upton
Davide Livermore's digital set for Opera Australia's new production of Aida ushers in a new type of staging to the Sydney Opera House, and backs up a stellar performance from Amber Wagner in the title role.