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Performer: Opera Australia

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SydneyMetamorphosis

Levinas: Metamorphosis
Paul Fitzsimon; Tama Matheson; Opera Australia; Mark Thompson; Julie Lea Goodwin; Taryn Fiebig

MelbourneMetamorphosis

Levinas: Metamorphosis
Paul Fitzsimon; Tama Matheson; Opera Australia; Mark Thompson; Julie Lea Goodwin; Taryn Fiebig

MelbourneLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Pietro Rizzo; Gale Edwards; Opera Australia; Brian Thomson; Julie Lynch; Maija Kovalevska; Yosep Kang

MelbourneDie Meistersinger von NürnbergNew Production

Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
Pietari Inkinen; Kasper Holten; Opera Australia; Mia Stensgaard; Anja Vang Kragh; Natalie Aroyan; Stefan Vinke

SydneyLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Benjamin Northey; Gale Edwards; Opera Australia; Nicholas Milton; Dane Lam; Brian Thomson; Julie Lynch
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A giggle a minute: Il turco in Italia in Sydney

Stacey Alleaume (Fiorilla) and Paolo Bordogna (Selim) © Keith Saunders
Turco inspired many a great opera director in the past; understandably, as it offers plenty of splendid comic situations. Simon Phillips' hilarious 2014 production is revived by Opera Australia.
****1
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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.
****1
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Mad scenes in Sydney for Jessica Pratt’s Lucia

Jessica Pratt (Lucia) and ensemble © Prudence Upton
With her signature role’s coloratura fireworks and dramatic nuance, Jessica Pratt’s Sydney Opera House debut is one to remember.
*****
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Opera Australia’s Tosca highlights the tyranny of evil Scarpia

Marco Vratogna (Scarpia) © Jeff Busby
Remarkable singers and magnificent sets successfully transpose Puccini’s Tosca to Nazi-occupied Rome, bringing home the horror of tyranny and how possible it is to occur.
****1
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Opera Australia's beautiful La traviata returns to Melbourne

Corinne Winters (Violetta) © Jeff Busby
The quality cast purred, but glorious roars are required to jolt audiences from placid enjoyment of Opera Australia’s gorgeous 24-year-old production of this Verdi classic.
***11
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