Ahead of its Musica Viva tour, the new King's College Choir director talks about filling sizeable shoes.
The German violist talks about Bartók’s Viola Concerto, written in the final weeks of the composer’s life, inspired by the destruction of Hungary during WWII, and a fearsome challenge for musicians.
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The Principal Conductor of the Yale Schola Cantorum tells us about the pleasures and challenges of conducting Bach's oratorio ahead of church music festival Sydney inSpires.
How Lee Hall has adapted Tom Stoppard’s love letter to the theatre for the stage.
Becker’s complete survey of the piano works is a bargain.
The Australian Youth Orchestra's CEO and Concertmaster speaks to Limelight about the orchestra's upcoming international tour.
Zindzi Okenyo, who plays Beatrice, and director James Evans talk about gender dynamics and Elizabethan slang ahead of Bell Shakespeare's new production of the comedy.
An addiction to spas and a quest for a good bowel movement nearly proved his undoing.
Jiří Kylián allows the company to perform his 1983 work inspired by a corroboree.
Headlining at the Sydney Cabaret Festival, the Tony Award-winning star tells us about originating Effie in Dreamgirls, learning from Barbra Streisand, and speaking out about depression.
After the September 11 terrorist attacks, 38 US-bound planes were redirected to Newfoundland. In 2011, Irene Sankoff and David Hein visited “The Rock” for the 10th anniversary reunion of passengers and locals. They tell Jo Litson about the uplifting musical they wrote from the interviews they did there.
When Natalie Abbott was told she’d been cast as Muriel Heslop in the musical, she couldn’t believe it. She tells us about making her professional debut in her dream role.