Finsterer, Dean, Hindson and Ford head the 2014 APRA AMCOS nominations.
UK Orchestra's residency promises to fuse classical and contemporary.
A delightful show full of surprises despite some inconsistencies.
A formidable team to tackle Schubert’s Everest of the lieder genre.
Chan’s musical Memoir is as powerful as anything he did 20 years ago.
Mozart reminds us that nothing in life should be taken too seriously.
String quartet strikes chords with Romero, Pujol, Grigoryan and co.
Kaufmann, four Strauss operas, 12 unknown operatic gems and Philip Glass’s minimalist answer to the Ring Cycle. This article is available to Limelight subscribers. Log in to continue reading. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now
Eclectic line-up gives 2014 Festival a dazzling opening night.
The Australian Haydn Ensemble’s program of lesser-known, and even slightly odd works are no laughing matter.
Discovering free classical music concerts in Melbourne.
Lyle Chan celebrates 90s life-saving HIV activism in 90-minutes of music.
Contemporary music’s equivalent of a Heston Blumenthal tasting plate.