On Saturday 31 January, OperaQ will hold a last chance costume sale offering a high quality range of dazzling piece from renaissance Italy to cutting edge fashion.
Kiandra Howarth wowed London audiences last night as Adina in L'elisir d'amore.
OperaQ is throwing open the doors to its incredible wardrobe for the time in the company’s 33 year history for a once-in-a-lifetime costume sale.
Opera Queensland has unveiled a 2015 season that will take the 400-year old art form into new venues and pop-up spaces, and create thousands of opportunities for people to see a performance for the first time or even become part of it.
Artistic Director Lindy Hume speaks at the 2014 Regional Arts Australia Summit about the pursuit of Excellence in Regional Arts. In a panel discussion with arts leaders from around the country Federal Arts minister Senator George Brandis named OperaQ's Project Puccini as a stand out experience for Regional Arts this year.
Artology Remix is a program that teams up teenagers and professionals to create a new genre of multi-artform performance works that reinterpret and reinvent masterpieces of the past.
Creative Director - Open Stage and Assistant Director of La boheme, Jason Barry-Smith recounts the life changing journey that was Project Puccini.
On the eve of its final performance, Artistic Director Lindy Hume shares her thoughts about what Project Puccini has meant to Opera Queensland and its 384 local chorus members around the state.
Final preparations for Project Puccini chorus members as they prepare to take to the stage around Queensland.
“There’s much to recommend – imaginative design and costuming by Penny Challen, an accomplished children’s chorus, capable acting and a stunning fluency… this La Boheme is a winner.” Gillian Wills, Courier Mail