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Richard Tognetti is the cover star with a no-holds-barred interview.
Is composer Eric Whitacre the Messiah of new music? Plus, the truth behind Mozart's Requiem.
Why the Italian icon of film music hears the term Spaghetti Western as an "insult".
Silent film finds its voice in the modern age. Plus, see the complete list of Academy Award winners.
Ludovic Bource's acclaimed score for The Artist draws as much from Brahms as from Hitchcock.
The crossover sensation says The Devil's Violinist was “the first rock star”.
Bernstein's masterpiece screens at the Sydney Opera House with live orchestral backing.
Leonard Bernstein's friends, family and fellow musicians discuss the man and the legend.
For Melbourne Symphony's sci-fi extravaganza, conductor Ben Foster uses a baton, not a sonic screwdriver.
Sigur Rós's former string section has come into its own, bringing bucketloads of instruments, quirky tunes and charm to the Sydney Festival.
The brilliant performers who brought the house down in 2011, as chosen by Limelight readers.
Rocker-turned-composer Trent Reznor unveils music for David Fincher's much-hyped film.
Insightful, shocking, lurid, masterful: eight examples of Russell's composer portraits on film.
The experimental director brought the “creative genius” of classical composers to life on screen.
The magazine pays tribute to Joan Sutherland a year after her death.
Metropolis: The complete film with original score
Sydney Symphony/Frank Strobel
Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House, October 29
The November magazine celebrates the milestone with 100 classical CDs and the chance to win them all!