On sale March 1
The Stellar Career of our Down-to-Earth Diva
Australian soprano Nicole Car graces the cover of Limelight’s March issue. Now based in Paris, with a career that is heading into the stratosphere, she returns to Australia to tour in concert with the Australian Chamber Orchestra and to make her debut as Violetta in La Traviata for Opera Australia. With a new album in the offing and another exciting opera debut to be announced shortly, she tells Limelight about the excitement of her life and career right now, and her plans for the future.
Mahler’s Unfinished Symphony
At his death, a superstitious Mahler left behind three works he was afraid to call his Ninth Symphony. Donald Runnicles discusses what we now know as the Mahler Ten.
In 2018, Graeme Murphy celebrates 50 years with The Australian Ballet. We trace the career of the iconic dancemaker as the AB presents a programme of his works.
A Very Human Requiem
When renowned choral ensemble Rundfunkchor Berlin performs Brahms’ much-loved German Requiem at the Adelaide Festival, it won’t be a concert as we know it.
Other stories include Queensland Ballet’s brand-new production of La Bayadère plus interviews with Brazilian pianist Nelson Freire and Italian bass Ferruccio Furlanetto, and much more.