29 March - 2 April 2022
Performance The Sopranos
The Sopranos Interview Series with Rebecca McIntosh and Sarah Holland-Batt
Rebecca McIntosh speaks to Sarah Holland-Batt, writer and co-concept creator of 'The Sopranos'.
Go behind the scenes with Opera Queensland as we prepare to present 'The Sopranos'.
Who are The Sopranos?
Audiences will meet both well-known heroines like Carmen, Tosca, Dido and Turandot as well as being introduced to new characters from lesser-known works like 'Biographica' and 'Written on Skin'.
Meet opera’s bold and rebellious women
How well do we really know Carmen and Tosca?
The Sopranos invites us to go deeper with opera’s most unforgettable women.
Get ready to meet your favourite characters anew—and feel the power of nine of Australia’s most brilliant sopranos up close.
The music of The Sopranos
Rebecca McIntosh speaks to Sarah Holland-Batt, writer of 'The Sopranos' about selecting the repertoire for 'The Sopranos'.
'The Sopranos' draws on repertoire from across the full history of opera, spanning from classics such as Monteverdi through to contemporary Australian works.
The humanity and history of The Sopranos
"To truly understand someone's interior world, you need to understand their wound."
Rebecca McIntosh speaks to Sarah Holland-Batt, writer of The Sopranos, about how this applies to the new production.
The power of The Sopranos
We think we know opera’s women like Carmen and Tosca well, but 'The Sopranos' takes us deeper as we are drawn into their worlds and we get to know characters like Tosca, Carmen, Dalila, and The Queen of the Night.