The beleaguered telecommunications company has written the final two movements of the composer’s Eighth using a Mate 20 Pro smartphone.
Philippe Jordan offers more lean, agile Beethoven in the latest instalment of his symphony cycle with the Wiener Symphoniker.
Savall trips the Gallic light fantastic with a little Telemann thrown in.
Percy Grainger's wildly colourful The Warriors is the only long-form work by a composer best known for his miniatures. Conductor David Robertson and musicologist Malcolm Gillies help us get to the bottom of the Australian composer's attempt to 'do a Stravinsky'.
The Australian violist, who returns home to perform with the Australian World Orchestra this year, talks about her instrument, inspirations and starting a music series in an underground fortress-turned-dance club.
Fresh from performing as soloist with the Australian World Orchestra on tour last year, the violinist tells us about the pleasures of good food and good company, as well as performing and teaching in India.
The winner of Limelight’s International Artist of the Year: People’s Choice reflects on her collaboration with Penderecki, quokka selfies and her plans to return to Australia with a new project.
The winner of Limelight’s Australian Artist of the Year: People’s Choice, conductor Benjamin Northey reflects on a busy year, the potential of film music concerts, and issues a call to arms on arts funding.
The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's annual tradition kicks off the Christmas season.
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra has cancelled the Australian leg of its global farewell tour with the renowned maestro.
Markus Stenz reunites with the MSO in a colourful and charismatic end to the season.
Barenboim caps off his Australian performances with a revelatory Eroica.
Ormandy’s Bluebeard rides again, plus Edo, Martin and Maurane on Eloquence.