Posts tagged ‘Critic in Training’

Critic in training: Paul Selar reviews The King and I

Paul Selar is reviewing Opera Australia’s Melbourne Autumn season with guidance from professional critics, Opera Australia’s own music staff and writing professionals.  Exotic, mesmerising and full of rich memories Review…

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Critic-in-training Eleanor Wood reviews Otello

Eleanor Wood is reviewing Opera Australia’s Sydney Winter season with guidance from professional critics, Opera Australia’s own music staff and writing professionals. 

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Critic-in-training: Eleanor Wood reviews Rigoletto

Eleanor Wood is reviewing Opera Australia’s Sydney Winter season with guidance from professional critics, Opera Australia’s own music staff and writing professionals. 

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Critic in training Paul Selar heads abroad

If you’ve been following our Critic-in-Training program, you might like to keep up with Paul Selar as he leaves us for a month on exciting opera travels to…

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Critic-in-training: Paul Selar reviews Carmen

Georges Bizet never lived to see the worldwide success Carmen achieved after its 1875 Paris premiere. He also never visited Spain where its story is set…

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Critic-in-training: The Turk in Italy Review

The Melbourne International Comedy Festival ends in April but O|A keeps the fun alive with this outrageous, long awaited national premiere of The Turk in Italy. This…

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Critic in training: Eugene Onegin Review

Eugene Onegin, Tchaikovsky’s opera based on a novel in verse by the eminent Russian poet, Alexander Pushkin, is essentially about reflections on growing up, the impetuousness…

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Critic in Training: Rigoletto Review

Paul Selar, newly appointed Critic In Training, shares his first impressions of Rigoletto Last Saturday night, at approximately 10pm, a brutal murder was witnessed at the Arts…

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