Rolando Villazón and Ildar Abdrazakov team up for a rare series of duets in a Europe-wide tour.
Ireland's Wexford Festival Opera opens its 66th edition with an operatic gem: Luigi Cherubini's 'Medea'.
Jonas Kaufmann and Sonya Yoncheva open the season at Paris' Opéra Bastille with Verdi's 'Don Carlos', in French!
A three act tragedy sprinkled with comedy, Verdi’s Un Ballo in Maschera – or masked ball – is one of the Italian composer’s most acclaimed masterpieces.
Fans of opera will be delighted to learn Moscow's Bolshoi theatre and New York's Metropolitan Opera are teaming up for the first time to stage three shows to be shown in both cities.
Berlin’s Staatsoper on the historic Unter den Linden boulevard has reopened.
Belgian composer Philippe Boesmans and French playwright Joël Pommerat offer a captivating and dark adaptation of Carlo Collodi's legendary tale.
The renowned tenor takes on the part of Gennaro in Donizetti's tale of revenge.
In 25 years, Plácido Domingo has made Operalia the world's premier opera competiton, which this year was held in Kazakhstan.
This year opera program of the Salzburg Festival starts with Mozart’s last opera La Clemenza di Tito, sung in Italian.
A contemporary take on the Mozart operatic masterpiece is a star attraction at the annual summer festival
Jordan hosts first Arab opera festival
Outstanding staging of Bizet's 'Carmen'
Cecilia Bartoli takes on the eponymous male role in Handel's opera.
For the first time in thirty years London's Covent Garden opera house is putting on Verdi's Otello - and he's still white.
A magical new production of Benjamin Britten's masterpiece 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' opens the Aldeburgh Festival, celebrating the Golden Jubilee of his visionary Snape Maltings concert hall.
The Metropolitan Opera House recently celebrated its 50th season since moving to Lincoln Center in New York with a grand evening of performances.
For the first time in nearly 250 years, Alcione, Marin Marais' operatic masterpiece, makes a dazzling comeback in Paris at the Opéra Comique.
Forbidden love, wrongdoings and despair: Zurich Opera House ventures into late 19th-century French romanticism with Werther, by Jules Massenet.
The Return of Ulysses to His Homeland is one of the founding works of lyric art.
Not everyone is aware that “Tannhäuser”, one of Wagner’s masterpieces, characterized by eternal themes such as ‘redemption’ and carnal love versus spiritual love, also had a French…
A work thought lost by Offenbach, "Fantasio" has been lovingly restored and performed for the first time onstage in Paris.
Moscow’s famous Bolshoi Ballet is staging ‘The Idiot’ which is based on Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s novel.
Under the baton of Christophe Rousset the Talens Lyriques delight the Theater an der Wien.
Beatrice Rana and Plácido Domingo speak with Musica from the Royal Opera House Muscat
Light, hope, joy: thus, on the notes of Nicolò Jommelli, an 18th century Neapolitan composer, ends the extraordinary musical trip Joyce DiDonato invites us to embark on: from the horrors of war to the