A Remarkable Journey: From Canterbury to Oxbridge via Boston with Blue Heron.
Australians have done well at the Gisborne International Music Competition, taking out first, second and several other prizes in New Zealand.
Sydney Chamber Opera will premiere a new Australian opera based on Peter Carey’s novel Oscar and Lucinda as part of the Sydney venue’s 2019.
Ahead of her concerts in Australia, the Latvian accordionist charts her journey with the instrument, beginning in an attic in Russia.
With the year drawing to a close, we look back over the classical music concerts that wowed our critics in 2018.
Markus Stenz reunites with the MSO in a colourful and charismatic end to the season.
The party has announced a comprehensive new music policy that it will implement if elected next year.
In the December 2018 issue of Limelight Magazine we pay tribute to Richard Gill's extraordinary life and legacy, and our critics pick 2018's standout CDs.
In the December 2018 edition of Limelight Magazine we pay tribute to Richard Gill's extraordinary life and legacy. Plus, the standout CDs of 2018.
Strong music making, including a compelling performance by Vivica Genaux, is hampered by hands-off direction.
A new work and exciting collaborations on the menu for the Flinders Quartet's 2019.
When the Hong Kong Philharmonic asked Klaus Heymann if Naxos would record its Ring cycle he thought it was “a crazed idea” but agreed anyway. We discover how the orchestra, under Jaap van Zweden, struck (Rhine)gold with the ambitious project.
Voice and violin come together in Cathy Milliken's new solo piece for Véronique Serret, dedicated to women who speak out.