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.
Iconic neoclassical dark wave band follow up sellout Australian tour with a new double album.
The new issue reveals how Stravinsky’s controversial yet hugely influential masterpiece changed the world.
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.
On the eve of its Sydney opening, Limelight catches up with the show’s award winning composer, Grant Olding.
The bouffant-sporting virtuoso reveals the secrets of the one-finger method.
The new issue reveals how Beethoven poured his most intense emotions into music for his favourite instrument – the piano.
(Or how to appreciate Birtwistle in ten short sessions)
Devil’s in the detail of this slick yet gritty production of Weill and Brecht’s anti-masterpiece.
EMI Classics and Virgin Classics are part of the package.
How I learned to stop worrying and love classical music.
Music education does not just make children more musical; it unleashes their creative powers.
A bad Christmas may spell the end for the UK's last high-street music chain.
Australia’s iconic venue has signed an official partnership with the Internet broadcasting giant.
The cream of the classical music crop, as chosen by Limelight readers in 2012.
ABC Chairman James Spigelman AC QC addressed the 30th anniversary of Conversazione in Melbourne.
Didjeridu virtuoso William Barton and oud player Joe Tawadros among this year's big winners.
The Steinway artist, a self-confessed "diva", skirted the piano at his Radio National interview.