Victorian Opera celebrates 10 years in 2015

Victorian Opera celebrates ten years in 2015 with two Wagnerian legends at the Palais Theatre, cabaret sensation Meow Meow, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street and more new works than ever before, with some of the greatest ...

Into the Woods

Ahead of its Hollywood treatment later this year, Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s acclaimed musical masterpiece and adult take on fairy tales will be presented by Victorian Opera for a limited season from 19 July. Ta...

La bohème

Opera Queensland will present a stunning new production of Giacomo Puccini’s classic La bohème at the Conservatorium Theatre from 12 July 2014. Known as the most romantic opera of all time, La bohème, which inspired the ...

La traviata

If you’ve never thought of going to the opera, think again. Critics call La traviata (The fallen woman) ‘an opera so famous that millions who’ve never seen a production can hum its tunes’. From Fo...

Carmen

As one of the world’s favourite operas, Carmen has all the elements for a fantastic night in the theatre – love, lust, glory, fame, passion, jealousy, betrayal, anguish and death. Carmen takes over the State Theatre at A...

Eugene Onegin

Fall under the spell of Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece of lost love in Opera Australia’s new production of Eugene Onegin. A young girl’s first love goes unrequited, charting a course from hope to regret with tragic cons...

Reflecting on an Australian First

For the first time in Australia, audiences can experience the artistry of Josef Svoboda, the 20th century’s most influential and prolific scenographer, and a legend in the world of design. This May, Victorian Opera prese...

Rigoletto

Australia baritone Warwick Fyfe received broad acclaim as Alberich in The Melbourne Ring Cycle in 2013. Now he takes on Verdi’s embittered court jester in a brand new production of Rigoletto at Arts Centre Melbourne for ...