Ehnes is eloquent in Prokofiev, plus a Swedish rarity.
Sons may have been taken away for eunuchs, but audience had a ball.
Accessible and thoughtfully selected program delivered with warmth and gusto.
Italian maestro Daniele Gatti will succeed Mariss Jansons in 2016, but not everyone’s happy.
How well do you know your baton wavers? Can you tell a Karajan from a Klemperer? Take the Limelight Maestro challenge.
America’s classical bad boys, Time for Three, bring their unique brand of jazz-fusion down under.
Two ‘Cinderella’ pieces, but which deserves to wear the glass slipper?
Here’s a preview of this month’s Limelight Magazine cover feature. Which works of today will be the classics of tomorrow?
Sir Neville Marriner and Sir James Galway also among the winners.
Which works of today will be the classics of tomorrow? Available to buy now online and in shops.
International guests join Melbourne’s recently returned orchestral heroes.
How do classical music’s most murderous characters compare to Jack the Ripper?
Holland’s world-renowned orchestra announces possible closure in light of money woes.