Passion and sparkle aplenty from Beethoven’s most apt piano pupil.
Ehnes adds his splendid account to the ranks of the great.
Sydney Symphony Orchestra CEO Emma Dunch responds to a report showing that of 3,524 works performed by 15 of the world’s major orchestras, only 82 were written by women.
The Queen of the Violin delivers warm, brilliant performances with plenty of personality.
The British pianist is touring Australia, has two CDs on release and has written his first novel. As well as discussing the priesthood, he talks to Limelight about dreams, Debussy, Rachmaninov and rentboys.
If the music is good, does it really matter if it’s not real?
Collins makes sparks fly in these early clarinet showpieces.
Ahead of his upcoming ACO tour, the great British cellist discusses the challenges and the ideas behind one of the cornerstones of the repertoire: Shostakovich’s cinematic First Cello Concerto.
The Polish pianist, whose latest Mozart disc is Limelight's Recording of the Month in June, explains how each concerto tells a story.
Piotr’s heart of Mozart: Polish pianist plumbs the depths in a couple of Classical masterpieces.
German violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter talks about her mentor Karajan, climbing new music mountains, and stalking Daniil Trifonov.
We talk to the Australian violinist, who won the ABC Young Performers Award at 16, about coming home for a string of concerts and debuts.
Debussy under a spotlight perhaps could use a few more shadows.