Robert Carsen’s update has bed-hopping and bare bods to spare.
The Gabrieli's chief on the sublime King Arthur, the edgy string harmonies, even the smutty glees.
The minimalist icon has spent 30 years avoiding the potential pitfalls of orchestral performance, so why break the habit now? Clive Paget visits the composer in his rural retreat to get the lowdown.
Or how the Austrian composer perfected the death stare a century before Julie Bishop.
Savall trips the Gallic light fantastic with a little Telemann thrown in.
Review: Anna Thorvaldsdottir: AEQUA (Cory Smythe, International Contemporary Ensemble/Steven Schick)
Portrait album revels in Thorvaldsdottir’s brand of Icelandic magic.
Naxos gives Korngold’s masterpiece a second chance.
The Queen of British musical theatre talks belting, coaching Bette Middler on FaceTime and how to survive 50 years in the biz.
British director John Tiffany explains the genesis of a hit show and how Aussie actors are making it theirs.
The Iranian-American harpsichordist tells us about his new album, The Passinge Mesures, Limelight's Recording of the Month in January/February.
The largest composer box in history has something for everyone, reckons Clive Paget.
Halévy’s follow up to La Juive rises at last from the dead.
From In Dulci Jubilo to Handel’s Messiah and beyond, Clive Paget dons the gay apparel to unwrap the story of the Christmas musical canon, tracing it across two millennia and numerous countries.