From breaking industry news to cute animals and orchestras, here are the most-read classical music stories on Limelight in 2017.
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Peggy Polias, Bree van Reyk, Georgia Scott and Josephine Macken will work with a bevy of Australia's best and brightest as part of the programme.
Opera Australia is forecasting snow at La Bohème on Sydney Harbour – but director Andy Morton is flaky on details.
Tributes are flowing for Managing Editors Virginia Baxter and Keith Gallasch as they bring to a close 25 years covering innovative Australian art.
Ai Weiwei headlines the contemporary art festival, bringing with him a new feature film, a 60 metre boat, and a crystal sphere.
A new prosthetic arm allows a pianist control over each of his fingers, enabling him to play the piano for the first time in five years.
Harrison's Lewis Carroll-inspired chamber work has been recognised by the Sydney Con after its premiere by Eighth Blackbird earlier this year.
The Perth-based composer has been awarded the prize for Spiritus, premiered by the West Australian Symphony Orchestra this year.
What are the greatest pieces of classical music for Christmas? Cast your vote for the works that say Noel best.
Never mind “saxophone lung”, it’s the dark horse clarinet that tends to harbour the most bacteria and fungi.
The actor has launched defamation proceedings against The Daily Telegraph, accusing the paper of making “false, pejorative and demeaning claims”.
A rainbow will appear on the Sydney Opera House sails tonight to mark the historic moment.