Many are afraid of dying, but for these two composers, that was only the half of it.
The irrepressible mezzo tells us about her latest album, Antonio Vivaldi, Limelight's Recording of the Month in March.
Sam Allchurch talks about his debut concert as Music Director of Sydney Chamber Choir, and following his predecessors Richard Gill, Paul Stanhope and Nicholas Routley.
For the musical theatre star, who starred in the Australian productions of Wicked and Legally Blonde, it was Johnny Young Talent Time and passionate teachers who ignited the singing and dancing flame.
The Dutch violinist talks about moving countries to study at the Menuhin School age 11, her remarkably wide repertoire and the challenges of performing Beethoven’s and Sibelius’s concertos.
The 13-year-old winner of Melbourne radio station 3MBS’s The Talent Season 2 2018 tells us about how she deals with nerves before a performance, her favourite music and her dreams for the future.
Award-winning Chinese baritone and President of the Shanghai Conservatory Changyong Liao tells us about the 'Shakespeare of the East' ahead of performances in Sydney and Melbourne.
Liam Scarlett is adapting the famous French novel Les Liasions Dangereuses.
In his new book, retired British surgeon Jonathan Noble investigates the myths and misdiagnoses that plague the great composers. He tells us about the historians and critics who got it wrong, and why some “kindly quacks” deserve to be let off the hook.
With its tragic story involving distrust of migrants, West Side Story seems more relevant than ever, says Jo Litson, as Opera Australia prepares to stage not one but two productions. There’s also a new Broadway version and a Spielberg movie on the way.
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Founding conductor Harry Christophers discusses the concert, spanning 500 years of British choral music, which the celebrated choir is about to perform in Australia.
The Kiwi Heldentenor, one of the leading Wagnerians of his generation, talks about his new album of German lieder, his idol Fritz Wunderlich, his new opera role, and “commuting” from New Zealand.