The National Opera Review discussion paper is out and offers a comprehensive analysis of the serious challenges facing the industry. Opera Queensland will be responding in detail in the next four weeks but in the meantime please see our media release here…
Champagne, a harp, Rossini, a DJ, Donizetti and a waterfall…no, this is not an eclectic game of charades but OperaQ’s Cloud […]
As a part of Opera Queensland’s ongoing commitment to ensure opera is accessible for all Queenslanders we are delighted to announce the release of $25* tickets for Verdi’s Macbeth. Thanks to our friends and partners at Brisbane Festival a limited number of these tickets will be released, don’t miss this thought provoking and challenging new opera work.
On Saturday night we bid Candide bon voyage with a spine-tinglingly emotional, powerhouse performance. People cried, wolf-whistled and screamed for the artists and rockstar musicians of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra led by the phenomenal Paul Kildea.
Last weekend Opera Queensland joined forces with Childers Festival for the second year running to facilitate a series of school and community […]
Last Saturday 25 July, 7,500 people converged on the sunbathed grounds of historic Jimbour House to see Opera Queensland artists and the OperaQ Toowoomba Community Chorus perform a semi-staged production of Fledermaus with the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra and guest artists from Camerata of St Johns.
REVIEWS ARE IN FOR CANDIDE! With only 4 shows left – don’t miss this phenomenal production!