Berlioz’s fantastic dreams brought to life by conductor’s personal touch.
Ahead of his tour with the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra, the US-based Australian pianist tells us about ditching medicine for music, fight-or-flight on stage, and why he went skydiving after the Rubinstein Competition finals.
It's #AussieAussieAussie as Tognetti flies his musical flag in the Big Apple.
A feast for clarinet-lovers, but not without some spice on the menu.
The all-Russian program showcased the range of WASO's musicianship beautifully.
A superlative performance from Simone Lamsma, Alexander Shelley and the SSO.
The American conductor tells us about swapping guitar for baton, what recording can do for an orchestra, and her new Respighi disc, which is Limelight's Recording of the Month in April.
Before unleashing his new concerto with the MSO, clarinettist-composer Paul Dean talks about the musicians that inspired it.
A detailed, virtuosic concert under conductor Nicholas Carter, with a transporting performance by violinist Simone Lamsma.
An ambitious concert exploring the relationship between music and the environment.
Barry Douglas gives a masterful performance, more than equal to the demands of Brahms’ ‘long terror’.
Fascinating issue reveals Rattle’s first and latest thoughts on Mahler.
The Russian’s Tchaikovsky meets Marriner’s Fauré and Ansermet’s French fare.