English Renaissance specialists illuminate Victoria's mood in Tenebrae Responsories.
The Orava Quartet's debut album on Deutsche Grammophon tops The Limelight Chart – our monthly list of Australia’s best-selling classical music albums.
Our next issue includes interviews with AWO guest maestro Riccardo Muti, Marin Alsop on conducting Lenny and Simon Russell Beale on The Death of Stalin.
The great Australian baritone is joined by two rising star guitarists in a personal evening of opera and song.
Women and groups including women make up 56% of successful applicants.
The mezzo-soprano talks about her daring new project, which takes audiences deep into the inner workings of the human voice.
No gnus is good news as Swann's way sees serious poetry settings.
Review: Rudi Stephan: Chamber Works and Songs (Hanno Müller-Brachmann, Tehila Nini Goldstein, Hinrich Alpers)
Fascinating glimpse of a forgotten young composer.
The cult of courtly love revisited in exquisite performances.
Music by a talented composer with a tragically short career.
Going for a song, part 2: Martineau's Odyssey takes us on past Schubert's glory years.
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.
Secular Suzuki Technique: More sparkling Bach as Masaaki Suzuki's latest journey approaches its conclusion.