The Russian mezzo who founded one of the great vocal competitions has passed at the age of 75.
The British actor has played a TV vet, the fifth Dr Who and in his spare time, the Clarinet.
One the country’s most versatile performers, Teddy Tahu Rhodes gets back to his roots.
Frédéric Chaslin refuses to conduct in light of unsympathetic management response.
Organ and imagery shed mutual light on two very different worlds.
Melbourne Gay and Lesbian Chorus will present the biopic of the American gay activist at Melbourne’s Midsumma Festival.
Limelight’s Editors offer their top picks from this year’s feast of culture.
TunED-Up will provide primary level teachers with better skills for the teaching of music.
The new concert series, aimed at school children, hopes to stimulate better learning.
American academic and pianist John Bloomfield shares his insights on the Taubman Approach.
Limelight Magazine asked 100 of the world's greatest pianists to reveal who their piano idols are. These are the results.
Sunday Live is the latest program to be axed as part of the station’s significant ongoing reductions.
Lyndon Terracini refuses press tickets for two senior critics in response to negative articles.