The finalists for the 2019 International Opera Awards have been revealed with London’s Royal Opera House leading this year’s shortlist.
Calling all opera fans: did a performer, ensemble or production impress you in 2018? Now's your chance to have your say, as nominations for the 2019 International Opera Awards are now open!
Isabelle Faust, London Symphony Orchestra and PRS Foundation are among the musicians, ensembles and organisations shortlisted for the 2018 awards.
The campaigning group has dubbed Arts Council England 'too posh for pop', following new figures which show that 62 percent of funding is awarded to opera, with just 8 percent going to pop.
The award offers £10,000 to an emerging British opera singer (aged between 23 and 28) for advanced training or career development.
'Opera is often a publicly subsidised catwalk for the one percent': progressive Welsh composer Tom Green tells it his way ahead of the opening of his new chamber opera The World's Wife...
Calling all composers, songwriters and music-makers from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds – apply for your free place on the 2017 Lyric Workshop Week.
British composer Thomas Adès has been honoured by the International Opera Awards 2017.
English conductor, pianist and music director Sir Antonio Pappano will feature across the BBC’s upcoming pan-platform season of opera programming.
Prolific creator Luke Styles started out as a teenage actor before falling under the spell of classical composition full time. We hear about his biggest musical influences and what's keeping him busy as we head into 2017...