The Iranian-American harpsichordist tells us about his new album, The Passinge Mesures, Limelight's Recording of the Month in January/February.
Violinist Simone Slattery talks about her avian collaboration with cellist Anthony Albrecht, which tours Tasmania in January.
Director Imara Savage talks about the challenges of staging the Australian premiere of Kaija Saariaho’s strange, contradictory oratorio about the life of French philosopher and mystic Simone Weil.
Raised on Charlie Pride and the music of the 60s, the Artistic Director of Sydney Festival recalls how a student production of The Marriage of Figaro made him change his mind about classical music.
Inside this issue: 2018 Artists of the Year, The Magic Flute, Meryl Tankard's Two Feet, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra at 30, Leonardo Da Vinci 500.
Once again, we asked our reviewers and readers to vote for the Australian and International Artists of the Year. But this time, we have chosen critics’ and people’s choice awards.
Limelight's 2018 Australian Artist of the Year: Critics' Choice talks about her artistic principles, the luxury of choice and taking on America in the seasons to come.
Limelight's International Artist of the Year: Critics' Choice, Jordi Savall talks about his connection to Australian audiences, the musical legacy he wants to leave behind, and his upcoming Beethoven Project.
The winner of Limelight’s International Artist of the Year: People’s Choice reflects on her collaboration with Penderecki, quokka selfies and her plans to return to Australia with a new project.
The winner of Limelight’s Australian Artist of the Year: People’s Choice, conductor Benjamin Northey reflects on a busy year, the potential of film music concerts, and issues a call to arms on arts funding.
S. Shakthidharan and Eamon Flack discuss a sweeping new drama that tells a different kind of Australian story on stage.
The Lebanese-Canadian soprano tells us about her musical friendship with Lorin Maazel, singing Mimì and Musetta, and bringing to life rarely performed works.
Concert pianist Chris Lloyd says thanks for everything – but enough with the "when are you going to get a real job?" question.