Master lutenist delivers Dowland's dolours, but with plenty of uplift and a tale or two to tell.
Many are afraid of dying, but for these two composers, that was only the half of it.
The National Association for the Visual Arts, Music NSW, the Arts Party and Regional Conservatoriums have weighed in on Saturday’s election.
Great expectations fulfilled in Andris Nelsons' Straussian music fest, despite the kerfuffle.
The irrepressible mezzo tells us about her latest album, Antonio Vivaldi, Limelight's Recording of the Month in March.
Bartoli’s back with a new tribute to the Red Priest.
Sam Allchurch talks about his debut concert as Music Director of Sydney Chamber Choir, and following his predecessors Richard Gill, Paul Stanhope and Nicholas Routley.
Soprano and cornetto mingle in this rarely glimpsed musical world.
Why limit the ‘Mozart effect’ to children when we could be using it on cheddar?
The Dutch violinist talks about moving countries to study at the Menuhin School age 11, her remarkably wide repertoire and the challenges of performing Beethoven’s and Sibelius’s concertos.
A quiet working environment seems to be best when it comes to creative problem solving.
The Grigoryan brothers get comfortable with JS Bach.
Endless inspiration from out of the Habsburg Boondocks.