New York's premier summer festival may not be mostly Mozart these days, but it sure has plenty to offer.
Harteros heads a Tosca that perhaps should have offended more.
Flórez helps explore Hofesh Shechter’s seven stages of grief.
The composer, best known for his vocal music, tells us about his orchestral writing, which is showcased in Limelight's Recording of the Month in August.
A multi-maestro line-up features seven new works by Australian composers and a Beethoven project to address climate change.
The 2020 season also includes Handel's Rinaldo plus concerts of Charpentier, Purcell, Monteverdi and Gabrieli.
As a musical, Baz Luhrmann's classic looks a surefire hit. Grab a ticket while you can can can!
Caught between wife and mother, the composer’s danse became macabre indeed.
The Canberra rising star conductor will continue his musical journey at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore.
It may be 66 years since a British monarch has been crowned, but that’s not stopping Paul McCreesh. The Gabrieli Consort director discusses the last four coronations and how he’s recreated a fantasy version out of the best bits of each.
The Canadian pianist and composer tells us about his new recording with Chineke! which features his own compositions alongside Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue.
Ahead of its Musica Viva tour, the new King's College Choir director talks about filling sizeable shoes.
Benjamin’s anticipated Written on Skin follow-up proves no anti-climax.