Kathryn Stott unveils her final program as Artistic Director, postponed after the cancellation of the 2020 festival.
Angus McPherson joined the Limelight team in 2016 and has written for music and arts publications including Realtime Arts, Music and Literature (US) and CutCommon as well as the Journal of Music Research Online. As a flute player he has performed and taught in the USA, the UK and Canada and his articles on flute playing have appeared in specialist publications including Flute Focus, Flute Tutor Australia, the British Flute Society’s journal Pan, and the Dutch flute magazine FLUIT.
Articles by Angus McPherson
The saxophonist and composer draws on the life of his great grandfather Heini Portnoj, who escaped the Nazis and came to Australia in 1940, in the first live performances of his suite Vienna Dreaming.
The media executive and composer reveals the myriad threads weaving through his program for Adelaide Festival's Chamber Landscapes at UKARIA.
Carmen Giannattasio makes an impressive Opera Australia debut in John Bell’s dramatic production.
Simone Young breathes plenty of life into familiar repertoire in this belated birthday celebration.
The company has set aside 2,000 tickets to John Bell’s monumental Tosca for people who have not previously purchased tickets for an Opera Australia performance.
With live music operating at under four percent of pre-COVID levels, more than 3,500 music industry artists, workers, venues and businesses have signed an Open Letter to the Australian Government calling for JobKeeper to be extended.
The period instrument ensemble will be livestreaming each tour thanks to Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, as well as launching a new series of concert films.
Flautist Geoffrey Collins named Emeritus Artist while violinist Dene Olding clocks up 40 years with the Australia ensemble in a season that will celebrate the group's core members.
Simon Gleeson, Natalie O’Donnell and Callum Francis are heading to Launceston for this year’s festival.
The ACO rescues a beautifully constructed program of Soviet music from the ashes of 2020.
The composer, conductor and founder of Gondwana Choirs has been named as the 2021 recipient of the award presented by the University of Melbourne and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
Great friends and musical collaborators flautist Sally Walker and composer Elena Kats-Chernin discuss a new chamber arrangement of Kats-Chernin’s flute concerto.