Highlights include Barrie Kosky's riotous Meistersinger, a bravura new Tannhaüser, and two complete Ring Cycles.
Clive was Editor of Limelight magazine from 2015 to 2017, when he moved to New York and became Editor at Large. Clive writes features and reviews on a wide range of musical topics, but is especially enthusiastic about all things to do with opera, early music and British classical music. From his New York base he is able to interview artists scheduled to tour in Australia and keep abreast of the latest developments internationally.
Articles by Clive Paget
A year in the life of a most interesting young man
Aaron Cohen discusses his life-changing deep dive into Mahler the man and the music.
ASQ Live + On Demand will include lifestyle elements to welcome viewers into the heart of their world.
Jacquelyn Wagner, and a first-rate musical reading all round, uncovers a masterpiece.
Behind every mediocre man there might be a fascinating woman.
Menotti's one-act comedy may not be a masterpiece but feels distinctly relevant right now.
Melbourne Digital Concert Hall helps a salvaged 2020 Festival move online.
Violins of Hope is an artistic and educational project composed of instruments owned by Jewish musicians before and during the Holocaust. Niv Ashkenazi is the first musician to record a solo album on one of them.
Piers Lane, whose new album is Limelight's Recording of the Month, explains why once recognised masterpieces can grow to be underestimated and neglected.
New initiatives from Ensemble Offspring, Pinchgut Opera and Strange Bedfellows are among the recipients.
How public and private music shaped life with the Virgin Queen.
Finding his feet in his newly adopted country, the Russian composer was game for anything.