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A handwritten sketch-leaf believed to be an early draft of one of the composer's greatest works is to be offered at auction.
| Sep 26
★★★★☆ Brett Weymark’s foam-flecked Vaughan Williams conquers the high seas.
| Sep 23
Company directors are still trading but refuse to liaise with creditors, while debt is estimated at over half a million dollars.
| Sep 23
Miriam Margoyles meets the Adelaide Symphony, The Secret River in a quarry and Cate Blanchett’s 'spiderwoman' top the bill.
| Sep 23
In an exclusive birthday interview, music's self-confessed “bulldozer” talks to Limelight's Editor about why he’s not done yet.
| Sep 23
★★★★½ The Brazilian pianist is a connoisseur's artist if ever there was one.
| Sep 23
Actor and playwright Kate Mulvany will play the bloodthirsty manipulator in Peter Evans’ intriguing new production.
| Sep 23
The Maoist Chinese propaganda ballet, famously performed for Richard Nixon, will come to Melbourne in 2017.
| Sep 22
Artist Nick Stathopoulos' portrait of Sudanese-born lawyer Deng Adut is this year's audience favourite.
| Sep 22
Vitaly Kryuchin hammers out a high-calibre performance of the Ode to Joy with the aid of a pair of handguns.
| Sep 22
Kept under the thumb of the Sun King’s tyrannical master of music, Marc-Antoine Charpentier is only now receiving his due.
| Sep 22
The actor and founder of Bell Shakespeare will be the voice of Beethoven in the Tinalley String Quartet’s new programme.
| Sep 21
★★★½☆ A genuine warmth and love of music from first note to last.
| Sep 21
With the English violinist’s new recording about to be released, she chats about the intellectual challenges of Bach.
| Sep 21
Popular violinist Stephen Phillips has been killed in a car crash in New Zealand.
| Sep 21
Music for Cats is written for felines themselves, but here are some of the greatest cat-inspired works to give you paws.
| Sep 20
★★★★☆ Israeli quartet offers up staple fare, but perfectly served.
| Sep 20
The Dodds family produced a bumper crop of violinists, reunited in the Australian World Orchestra.
| Sep 20
Violist Stefanie Farrands will use the $20,000 scholarship to commission new works for her instrument.
| Sep 20
★★★½☆ Snapshots from Beethoven's career, dispatched with refinement and sensitivity.
| Sep 19

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