Posts from the ‘Obsessions’ category

A Menu of Distinction at Laneway Lunch with Wagner

Live it up a little in Melbourne’s laneway, experience some of the city’s best cuisine and enjoy some riotous entertainment from the clever Cocoloco.

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Picnic at Mazda Opera in the Bowl and win a gourmet lunch

Think you pack a mean picnic? We’ll be the judge of that! If you’re heading along to Mazda Opera in the Bowl on Saturday night [there…

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The Designer Difference: A Pop Up Shop for Melbourne’s Ring Cycle

Around the world, wherever Wagner’s tetraology is performed, the pilgrims gather.

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The Joy of Singing

If there’s one thing more powerful than a deep baritone or stunning soprano voice in full flight, it’s when dozens of voices combine to sing together…

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10 reasons to celebrate NYE inside the Sydney Opera House

On Sydney’s night of nights, there is no better place to celebrate than at the jewel in Sydney Harbour’s crown: the Sydney Opera House. It’s an…

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John Bell takes on Puccini’s masterpiece: Tosca

What could inspire Australia’s best-known theatre director to take on the world of opera?

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A feast for five senses at Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour 2014

Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour promises a glittering night out against an unbeatable backdrop, set to the spine-tingling soprano line of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly. But what’s…

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Best of the web: A reader’s guide to opera blogs

We’ve compiled a (not-quite) comprehensive list of opera blogs from around the world, sourced from our own favourites, along with suggestions from our readers and Opera…

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