Thomas Adès’s complex new works benefit from the master’s touch.
Love affair with Ludwig started with Mickey Mouse record player.
Karabits’ Weimar forces deliver more incendiary Liszt advocacy.
Birthday surprise: Bezuidenhout delivers vivid period performances.
The founder of The Harmonious Society of Tickle-Fiddle Gentlemen tells us about his new Finger album, Limelight's Recording of the Month in June.
Let’s hear it at last for “The Ingenious Mr Finger”.
The Canberra Symphony Orchestra's newly appointed Artistic Advisor shares her love of her hometown and her plans for its orchestra.
The British conductor talks about his latest release, which is Limelight’s Recording of the Month in May, a collection of moreish French lollipops but also much, much more.
From shimmering impressionism to picturesque musical postcards, a British maestro celebrates France.
As the Orchestra fights for survival, Managing Director Sophie Galaise outlines the next steps, while a petition calling for her and the MSO Board to be stood down is circulating online.
The young violinist spent three weeks in Vienna and Salzburg observing and playing with some of Europe’s best and brightest thanks to a scholarship win.
This week's highlights include brand new solo flute and guitar recitals, and a genre-defying orchestral concert from the archives.
A great orchestra does Bruckner with eight leading conductors.