The Sydney-based chamber choir’s Musical Director Margaret Tesch-Muller explains why she felt it was so important to push ahead with the program in an otherwise disrupted year.
Violins of Hope is an artistic and educational project composed of instruments owned by Jewish musicians before and during the Holocaust. Niv Ashkenazi is the first musician to record a solo album on one of them.
Cleobury’s final Bach recording: a mixed blessing
Limelight has received a Small Business Grant from the City of Sydney through its COVID-19 Relief Grants for a three-part program to support performing arts companies as they gradually return to the stage.
Piers Lane, whose new album is Limelight's Recording of the Month, explains why once recognised masterpieces can grow to be underestimated and neglected.
This disinterred tale of Bluebeard is an absolute killer.
The new National Chamber Music Championship for high school students, launched by Musica Viva to mark its 75th anniversary, will now take place online.
Tributes are pouring in for the Italian composer, famed for his film scores, who has died in Rome at the age of 91.
Flinders Quartet is to premiere a piece for string quartet, female voice and narrator, inspired by letters written to asylum seekers, which were returned to sender.
British star brings clarity and artistry to two well-loved masterpieces.
Amy Dickson, Joseph Tawadros, Katie Noonan & the Australian String Quartet, Richard Tognetti & Erin Helyard, and WASO, Asher Fisch & Stuart Skelton are this year’s nominees.
Pinnock stands triumphant on one of the pinnacles of keyboard music.
Kathryn Selby and friends offer a delightful, intimate Beethoven celebration in an empty City Recital Hall.