The winner of our 2020 Recording of the Year discusses Rameau, Debussy and Australia.
Dudamel follows Ives’ journey from minor master to maverick.
Cho’s road journey spares no luxuries and defies all clichés.
A life’s work with some variations both new and old.
Deutsche Grammophon and Z2 Comics have teamed up to produce a new graphic novel, which will be accompanied by a compilation album of the composer’s works.
Pinnock stands triumphant on one of the pinnacles of keyboard music.
In this week's column, Angus McPherson checks out concerts by violinist Lisa Batiashvili in Berlin, the Australian World Orchestra and Zubin Mehta in Melbourne, and takes Concert Roulette for a spin.
The yellow label’s new initiative, DG Premium, will focus on concert-length productions, from archive recordings to ticketed live-streamed concert events – including a virtual Bayreuth Festival.
As she ticks off another decade, the great German mezzo Brigitte Fassbaender talks to Clive Paget about her continuing legacy.
The Australian is among 11 living composers elaborating on the theme at the heart of Beethoven’s famous Variations.
A young Yuja Wang, Budapest’s first Beethoven, and Liszt tops the list.
The critics have spoken and the results are in. Here are Limelight’s top recordings from 2018.
The Latvian conductor talks to Limelight about his latest Shostakovich disc with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Limelight's Recording of the Year for 2018.