The November 2018 issue features Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Mandy Patinkin, Jan Vogler and Bill Murray, plus our 2019 Season Preview.
The soprano, who dropped the double bass for singing lessons as a teenager, talks about Puccini’s heroines, her multifaceted career, and her upcoming star turn as a mermaid.
The French cellist's Vivaldi disc is Limelight's Recording of the Month in November. He tells us why the Red Priest's sonatas are in his DNA.
Melissa Bubnic has set Ibsen’s classic in a monstrous Gold Coast mansion.
Queensland Ballet is challenging choreographers to take a risk with the art form.
Stockholm may be a long way from Darwin, but for the DSO's former Music Director it's home from home.
Musica Viva’s outgoing CEO reflects on almost two decades in a role she’d originally planned as a career stepping-stone.
Sydney University Graduate Choir celebrates the centenary of the Armistice at the Sydney Town Hall.
Ahead of its Australian premiere at the OzAsia Festival, we speak to director Kirsten Dehlholm about an opera drawing on Noh theatre and performed by the Latvian Radio Choir.
The Russian pianist tells us about his grandmother’s music, the magic of Prokofiev and what he’s been up to since the Sydney International Piano Competition.
Friends and colleagues reflect on the life of the artist manager and founder of Diva Management, who lost her two-year battle with breast cancer earlier this month.
A rising star internationally, American soprano Amanda Majeski is about to make her Australian debut in the Beethoven Nine for SSO.
An orchestra may not be able to bring peace but it can at least help foster understanding, believes Daniel Barenboim. The outspoken advocate for reconciliation in the Middle East, and committed music educator, talks to Clive Paget as he prepares to visit Australia for the first time since 1970.