We speak to curator Robert Gibson about administering a daily dose of music from the orchestra in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the shut down of live performances due to the COVID-19 pandemic stretches on, the ASO has launched a series of online recitals by its musicians.
Appointed Principal Conductor of the Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini at 27, the Birmingham-born conductor discusses leaving the cello behind, his mentor Andris Nelsons, and the lessons of Shostakovich.
Nézet-Séguin luxuriates in Mahler’s most grandiose conception.
The conductor talks to Clive Paget about his recording of Mahler's “Symphony of a Thousand” with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Limelight's Recording of the Month in April.
Things are impermanent, life is impermanent, but music and the arts are lasting joys.
We speak to MSO Managing Director Sophie Galaise about the success of the orchestra’s live streams, and how the organisation hopes to craft a model that might help other orchestras and small to medium ensembles ride out the COVID-19 crisis.
The young Shostakovich's incidental music for Mayakovsky's farcical play proves a delight.
In response to Stephen Hough's anecdote about ageing audiences, Elizabeth Quinn shares the story of her elderly friend meeting Sir Andrew Davis after his farewell MSO concert.
Vivid musical storytelling from Alexander Shelley and the SSO.
The Peruvian maestro with a diary full of Australian dates talks to Clive Paget about career choices, composers who float his boat, and how a zero-waste lifestyle has enabled him to turn garbage into art.
Exciting period performances of well-known classics alongside a 19th-century rarity.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra violinist tells us about the orchestra's upcoming Arvo Pärt & Shostakovich program.