The new issue reveals how Beethoven poured his most intense emotions into music for his favourite instrument – the piano.
The German electronic music giants are set to headline this year’s festival of sound and light.
Chinese New Year celebrations kick off in style on Sydney Harbour.
The dutchman has given Sydney Festival an injection of classical music. But can he still break even at the box office?
Melbourne Recital Centre pays tribute to the classy Dame whose generosity in the arts is legendary.
A new CD celebrating the National Gallery's Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition sheds light on Satie, Ravel and the music of the Belle Epoque.
MONA's true colours shine through in a festival exploring this strange musical phenomenon.
The kooky violinist formerly known as Hahn-Bin on what to expect at the Melbourne Festival.
These young opera adventurers explore the art of song at the Biennale of Sydney.
Classical music’s most extreme hipster reinvents himself with a striking new stage name.
How the hell do you play a watercolour? Just one of many new music challenges faced by pianist Zubin Kanga
Brett Whiteley and Ken Done in a new exhibition of Australian works inspired by Utzon's masterpiece.
The next stage of Limelight online has more exciting content than ever before. It's all free, and it's easy for you to get involved.
A widow's grief writ large on canvas has won the public's heart in the 2012 Archibald Prize.
Old rivalries flare up as the country's two cultural heavyweights battle for the prestigious title.
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.
The eccentric self-portrait shows the artist with the tools of his trade, but without a face.
Nick Stathopoulos makes a political statement with his portrait of the ABC presenter.
Raelene Sharp's portrait of actor John Wood the favourite of Art Gallery NSW staff.