After 150 years, Paavo Järvi brings Brahms' German Requiem back to St Peter’s Cathedral in Bremen.
Review: Prokofiev: Cantata on the 20th Anniversary of the October Revolution (Staatskapelle Weimar, Ernst Seff Choir, Karabits)
Prokofiev’s vivid anniversary gift, which was sent back.
Chamber recital from Scholl and friends brings out best in both.
Stunning strings on the Sacconi Quartet’s new recording.
Suzuki and the SSO deliver enthralling performances of under-appreciated works.
English Renaissance specialists illuminate Victoria's mood in Tenebrae Responsories.
Ahead of its season opener, Bel a cappella's Anthony Pasquill discusses giving the Australian premiere of a work by Caroline Shaw.
A touching tribute to an absent artist and a superb account of Mahler Ten makes this evening a gift.
The Australian soprano spoke to Limelight ahead of her performance with the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs.
The mezzo-soprano has withdrawn from her upcoming SSO performances after her husband died at the weekend.
Back to the future sees a postmodern take on polychoral.
A dynamic, intimate and moving reinterpretation of Brahms’ Requiem.
Elgar's Dream is vividly brought to life.