Symbolism and metaphor abound in this complex, ambitious, exciting work by Liza Lim for soprano with ensemble.
Jansson J. Antmann talks to Neil Armfield and artist Abdul Abdullah about how religious, sexual and identity politics feature in many of the works in this year's Adelaide Festival.
A lifelong love affair with the French language meant that when asked to sing the devilish villain in Gounod’s radically different original version of Faust, the British bass-baritone didn’t think twice.
Australian composer Lisa Young tells us about her new work Sacred Stepping Stones which Gondwana Choirs will perform at the Festival of Summer Voices.
The founder and artistic director of Tenebrae talks about the choir's latest trip Down Under.
The English conductor on recording Handel's Brockes-Passion, Limelight's Recording of the Month in January/February.
Egarr’s Easter egg – move over Bach, there’s a new Passion in town.
Folk-inflected lieder get a distinctly artful treatment.
English duo throws some light on the bleak midwinter.
Schütz’s last hurrah – a magnificent end to a magnificent recording project.
Brett Weymark wrangles 600 singers to give this Christmas favourite power and nuance.
Australian choral music given committed performances by West Australian ensemble.
A fine, individual artist, but the programming needs some work.