Hannah French explores the life, music and mysteries of a remarkable Venetian whose exquisite vocal works are without parallel.
Old mates Teddy Tahu Rhodes and Guy Noble tell us about their upcoming recital at City Recital Hall and why live performance should be considered an essential service.
Jane Sheldon gives a gripping performance in a work that resonates powerfully with the climate crisis.
Scholars deliver the crowning glory of a Herculean labour of love.
The tenor tells Clive Paget about recording his new series with pianist Nathan Williamson, the first volume of which is Limelight’s Recording of the Month for January–February 2021.
A must for readers with a special interest in English singers and repertoire of the 18th century.
Sébastien Daucé and Ensemble Correspondances advocate when in Rome...
A haunting and heartfelt homage to Italian poet Cesare Pavese.
Baroque music of unearthly beauty unearthed by this fine young ensemble.
Bach Collegium Japan celebrates 30th anniversary year with moving, majestic Bach.
A penetrating, frequently revelatory start to a promising new series.
Gillian Cosgriff explains how a creative collective formed during COVID has launched a podcast. In the first series, Bert LaBonté tells the story of the still birth of his daughter Meg.
We talk to composer Luke Styles and Kurdish-Iranian journalist, writer and film-maker Behrouz Boochani about the new symphonic song-cycle based on his book, to be premiered by the Zelman Symphony Orchestra.