Daniel Assetta, Ayla Beaufils, Tim Draxl, Albert Mwangi and Sean Sinclair discuss performing in empty theatres during COVID-19 and how it's made them value live audiences more than ever.
Choirs perform an essential role in many of our rituals – in fact the Requiem was a response to medieval plagues. So how do choirs fare during pandemics?
The Sydney ensemble has taken out the top prize in Musica Viva’s inaugural National Chamber Music Championship for secondary school ensembles.
An ingeniously devised, eloquent and timeless drama, brought to magnificent life by WAB.
This weekend the world gets its first look at an opera commissioned during the COVID-19 lockdown. Jansson J. Antmann talks to the librettist and director David Pountney.
The world premiere of David Megarrity’s play The Holidays will have a month-long season in the Bille Brown Theatre.
Locked-down in London, the Aussie tenor stepped up for the NHS before heading to Scotland for a major role debut.
As the choir celebrates its centenary, Ria Andriani takes a look at its origins and a new work that Elena Kats-Chernin and Tamara-Anna Cislowska have created for the occasion.
The ACO's first live concert since March drew thunderous applause, and held the audience spellbound.
Before Limelight returns to print, we reveal some of the stories that will feature in our refreshed, redesigned magazine, and what to look out for online.
The Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance has accused the company of “acting unconscionably”, but Opera Australia claims that there are inaccuracies in the union's public statement.
The concerts feature 100 artists and star performers Sonya Yoncheva, Juan Diego Flórez, Renaud Capuçon and Rolando Villazón, who discusses how COVID-19 has affected him personally and why the Rolex initiative is so worthwhile.
Ahead of the release of her performance for Brandenburg One, the cellist talks about Bach, psychology and how a horse-riding accident forced her to make a difficult decision about her career in music.