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Saimir Pirgu discusses the challenges and excitement of taking on the Shepherd in Szymanowski's operatic masterpiece.
As a contemporary of Strauss and Schoenberg, it was inevitable that Zemlinsky’s brilliance would be overshadowed.
This particularly rapid unintelligible patter isn’t generally heard and if it is it doesn’t matter, matter, matter, matter...
The Finnish composer shocked many in the establishment when he embraced a popular mysticism with his musical angels.
From science to surgery by way of a treatise on cheating, Mary Finsterer’s new opera runs one man’s extraordinary gamut.
The opera conductor has taken on the task of ensuring that these Aussie greats are not forgotten.
The French conductor discusses unearthing the Sun King's finest hour and how too many cooks didn't spoil this particular broth.
The country's favourite soprano chats to Limelight’s editor about repertoire, the state of the profession and the Opera Review.
It’s not over yet for the legendary singer, who is lapping up his final world tour, and excited at embarking on his first cruise.
The Australian mezzo is finishing off her year with Pinchgut Opera's latest show and SwanSongs Perth.

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