The pianist tells us about his recording of the composer’s Bagatelles, Limelight’s Recording of the Month in August, and why these works are perfect for the present moment.
Following the success of his Winterreise recording with Erin Helyard, David Greco tells us about giving Schubert's younger, more optimistic song cycle the HIP treatment.
Married musicians Slava and Sharon Grigoryan have been playing together for five years now and knew they wanted to record together. They discuss their first duo album and why it’s so special.
As the Darwin Symphony Orchestra prepares to perform her new work, the Darwin composer explains how she was inspired by a surreal painting by local artist Kate Eagle.
The “king of instruments” has come a long way from its lowly birth as a wooden box with strings. We chart the landmarks in the evolution of the piano.
Aaron Cohen discusses his life-changing deep dive into Mahler the man and the music.
West Australian Ballet and Queensland Ballet both planned to stage Dracula this year, but while WAB is going ahead QB has postponed it until next year due to concerns around COVID-19.
The company has adapted an opera it staged for babies and toddlers earlier this year into an interactive digital book called Baby Bilby Sings.
The Australian composer explains how the COVID-19 lockdown gave he and his violinist wife, Akiko Miyazawa, time to develop ideas for their Perth-based chamber collective Cygnus Arioso.
Arts advocate Esther Anatolitis reflects on her three years as Executive Director of the National Association for the Visual Arts and the challenges still to come.
Behind every mediocre man there might be a fascinating woman.
With the Sydney International Piano Competition postponed until next year, a three-day digital marathon will take place on what was to have been the finals weekend.
The conductor and AD of the Central Coast Conservatorium of Music talks publicly for the first time about his rehabilitation after almost severing his left hand in a garden accident.