The composer of the Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon film score has his sights set on Oz.
Musica Viva and Limelight editor Francis Merson host an afternoon of intimate chamber music and conversation.
The erotic novel everyone is talking about has spawned a classical music compilation.
There was much more to composer Arthur Seymour Sullivan than the topsy-turvydom of The Mikado.
In the first of Limelight’s Musical Journeys, Christopher Lawrence basks in the applause around Poland.
The venue in which you hear a piece of music can be just as important as the notes the musicians are playing.
The most famous of musical forms also happens to be one of the most difficult to fathom.
A pilgrimage to the composer’s Austrian birthplace should be on the travel wish-list of any lover of Mozart (or, ahem, The Sound of Music).
Orchestral musicians provide all the sounds, so why do conductors bear all the responsibility – and get all the glory?
The composer’s Fourth has been the subject of years of misunderstandings with regard to it’s creation, and inspiration. Graham dispels some of the myths.
With the advent of the formal cadenza, the soloist suddenly took centre stage. But can these flashy displays of bravura be taken too far?
A visit to the thriving Chilean capital of Santiago may shed some light on Australian attitudes to music.
Will relentless multitasking be the death of us? Just look at Mozart…