So many factual liberties are being taken in recent Hollywood biopics, one wonders whether it’s time the tables were turned.
Founder Inara Molinari and Artistic Director Sarah Penicka-Smith tell us about the brand new choir they hope will become the flagship choral organisation for Western Sydney.
Australian Dutch-based conductor and violist Simon Murphy explains his relationship with Zelter's Viola Concerto and recording it on the new album JET SET!
Opera Queensland’s Artist in Residence Natalie Murray Beale talks about working with John Adams as she prepares to make her company debut, conducting the composer’s chamber opera.
The Russian’s Tchaikovsky meets Marriner’s Fauré and Ansermet’s French fare.
Returning to Sydney to take on a more dedicated role as AD of Pinchgut Opera, Helyard talks the company’s first concert of the season, his wish-list operas, and what he’s been up to in the recording studio.
We speak to Colin Stephenson, who is celebrating three decades volunteering for the radio reading service at 2RPH.
April 1 marks the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus, arguably the most important school of art and design of the 20th century. Though not on its curriculum, music influenced the Bauhaus style, and vice versa.
Many are afraid of dying, but for these two composers, that was only the half of it.
The irrepressible mezzo tells us about her latest album, Antonio Vivaldi, Limelight's Recording of the Month in March.
Sam Allchurch talks about his debut concert as Music Director of Sydney Chamber Choir, and following his predecessors Richard Gill, Paul Stanhope and Nicholas Routley.
For the musical theatre star, who starred in the Australian productions of Wicked and Legally Blonde, it was Johnny Young Talent Time and passionate teachers who ignited the singing and dancing flame.
The Dutch violinist talks about moving countries to study at the Menuhin School age 11, her remarkably wide repertoire and the challenges of performing Beethoven’s and Sibelius’s concertos.