It's business as usual for Australia's classical music and arts magazine.
The ACO's Richard Tognetti's in the Limelight hot-seat for a special December issue.
Dame Edna may be hanging up her purple rinse but there's plenty of life in the old dog yet.
From the iconoclastic John Zorn to a 'drone metal' trio head, here is a program not for the faint-hearted.
Enjoy a cruise down the French Riviera with Roger Hodgman's award-winning production.
It's Wagner month with a cover on the Ring Cycle and feature on Melbourne's new production. Plus we preview Australia's 2014 arts seasons.
South Pacific leads set to reprise their onstage chemistry in Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic.
Inside the brilliant but often misunderstood Jacqueline du Pré; plus pianists Willems, Hough and Hewitt and our Aussie Festivals Guide.
Ten maestros discuss the music they are passionate about, Isserlis on his newest recording, Ibragimova on hers and the stories behind the most famous musical portraits.
The Idea of North's Sally Cameron shares her thoughts on the Noosa Jazz Festival, 20th birthdays and policing in SA.
A look at opera singers old and new, from Callas to Kaufmann, with more than a side glance at Shostakovich and Salieri.
The June issue focuses on the glorious musical tradition that is British music.
Aussie heldentenor Stuart Skelton joins Plácido Domingo, Danielle de Niese, Thomas Hampson and more.
Wunderbar! Feather boas and onstate orgasms in this tribute to the German jazz age.
Participate in our "Best of British" classical music survey for your chance to win Limelight's crown jewels.
Marin Alsop will conduct The Last Night of The Proms while Daniel Barenboim presents a complete cycle of Wagner’s epic.
The new issue reveals how Stravinsky’s controversial yet hugely influential masterpiece changed the world.
Mark Bebbington discusses his new recording of piano music by Reginald King, a forgotten master of light music.
Influential and much loved award winning arranger of Advance Australia Fair passes away at the age of 84.
When it comes to the history of Australian sheet music, it seems no-one knows the score like the National Library.