On making silent operas and how Einstein on the Beach was supposed to be about Hitler.
Chinese opera stars head to Melbourne for the New Year - just don’t expect the Blue Danube.
The Sydney Symphony announce a 2013 three city Russian tour.
The dutchman has given Sydney Festival an injection of classical music. But can he still break even at the box office?
Take a seat for Lieven Bertels' five must-see gigs at his first Sydney Festival, until January 29.
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.
He brought Indian classical music to the world, collaborating with Yehudi Menuhin and The Beatles.
Ella Havelka leaves Bangarra to join the national company in its 50th year.
Didjeridu virtuoso William Barton and oud player Joe Tawadros among this year's big winners.
Representatives from around the world discuss the harmonising effects of culture and the arts.
From sultry Kate Bush to the gruff bellow of Tom Waits, Carpenter's record collection is as dazzling as his wardrobe.
The American wunderkind teams with Sufjan Stevens and Bryce Dessner for a song cycle with a difference.
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Britain's future king tried his hand at hip-hop on his official visit to Canada.
The festival teams the world’s hottest bands with orchestras and innovative composers.
Blind singer-songwriter Gurrumul Yunupingu will do Australia proud at Buckingham Palace.
Old rivalries flare up as the country's two cultural heavyweights battle for the prestigious title.
Is composer Eric Whitacre the Messiah of new music? Plus, the truth behind Mozart's Requiem.