Next year’s season includes guests from violinist Andrew Haveron to oboist Diana Doherty, plus the orchestra’s first ever choral collaboration.
The National Gallery of Australia will showcase 80 Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces this December.
Congratulations are in order for violinist Daniel Hope on the birth of his son – who arrived a little ahead of schedule.
Gun-Brit Barkmin returns, Siobhan Stagg is the orchestra’s first ever Artist-in-Association, and a raft of stellar soloists and conductors make this a jam-packed season.
Miriam Margolyes, Shakespeare in Love and Kiss of the Spider Woman make up Melbourne Theatre Company’s 2019
An exciting new season that balances international plays with new and classic Australian works.
Garry McQuinn, the lead producer of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, has announced a partnership with NIDA and Destination NSW to develop the show.
This year’s finalists are Courtenay Cleary, Thea Rossen and Oliver Shermacher.
The Voice of Music channel broke a long-standing ban on the anti-Semitic composer’s works.
Cloudstreet is the centrepiece in a 2019 season steeped in horror, Malthouse AD Matthew Lutton explains.
Highlights include an epic in Sydney Town Hall, a new play about the Packer Dynasty, and Colin Friels in Life of Galileo.
Now in its sixth year, the period instrument band looks to its origins in a season that offers fresh takes on old favourites.
New Zealand baritone Benson Wilson has won the 2018 Bel Canto Award, while the Elizabeth Connell Prize went to French soprano Claire de Monteil.
The September 2018 issue of Limelight Magazine is now on sale featuring Jørn Utzon's mighty building, Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe as Composer of the Month, and much more.