Norwegian maestro Eivind Aadland will commence a three-year engagement with the TSO from 2020.
Next year’s season includes guests from violinist Andrew Haveron to oboist Diana Doherty, plus the orchestra’s first ever choral collaboration.
The Chinese composer talks about Bach and the Buddha ahead of the Australian premiere of his new large-scale choral work, Buddha Passion.
Evocative music from saxophonist Nick Russoniello and the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.
Gun-Brit Barkmin returns, Siobhan Stagg is the orchestra’s first ever Artist-in-Association, and a raft of stellar soloists and conductors make this a jam-packed season.
From hallucinations to the awakening brain, Australian composer Carl Vine tells us how images from neuroscience have become interwoven with his music ahead of the premiere of his new symphony.
Scenes from a life x3: A trio of British composers are reborn in masterly, moving documentaries.
QSO Music Director Alondra de la Parra talks to Limelight about a 2019 full of contrasts.
Two titans, poles apart, provide a satisfying way to celebrate Spoleto's end of the affair.
Get your copy of Limelight Magazine's June 2018 edition featuring Anne-Sophie Mutter, Scott Rankin, Jessica Pratt and some of Australia's finest chamber ensembles.
Stuart Skelton heads a distinguished field as Rattle uncovers Mahler the Modernist.
The May 2018 issue of Limelight Magazine reveals what really motivated the original, hard-working, hard-living, musical genius – Leonard Bernstein.
The Ukranian conductor explains Prokofiev's homage to Communism and how it feels spouting Lenin through a megaphone.