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.
Buy Tchaikovsky and be dazzled by a new concerto by Kernis composed for violinist James Ehnes.
Conductor Dan Ettinger and pianist Ingrid Fliter deliver a conservative program full of surprises.
The young Australian conductor, now based in Colorado, returns to Perth to conduct a symphonic tribute to Comic-Con – and there may be a costume involved.
The Orava Quartet's debut album on Deutsche Grammophon tops The Limelight Chart – our monthly list of Australia’s best-selling classical music albums.
It didn’t take much to persuade legendary pianist Emanuel Ax to come and play Mozart with the SSO. But the fact that his preparatory period would coincide with the Australian Open didn’t hurt.
A special summer holiday bumper edition, the January/February 2018 issue of Limelight Magazine features Barrie Kosky on his daring production of The Nose. Plus, we reveal our 2017 Artists of the Year and chat with the Orava Quartet.
With the MEAA conducting a survey into sexual harassment in Australian theatre, Limelight asked the orchestras about the issue.
Old school Russian Brahms laced with the art that conceals art.
Manfred's makeover: Byron's gilt-tripper carries a little extra weight.
The November 2017 issue of Limelight Magazine is your ultimate 2018 Season Preview. Use our comprehensive guide of orchestral, chamber, opera & vocal, dance, theatre, musicals, galleries and festival events to plan your 2018 cultural calendar.