Gerstein offers food for thought served up through the medium of a tangy Austro-Hungarian goulash.
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
Review: Beethoven: The Late Quartets (Danish String Quartet, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center)
One of today's great string quartets delivers unique accounts of Beethoven's music of the future.
Reinhold’s fiddle drags the opera fantasia into the 20th century.
Jansen is glorious in Brahms, while León offers a rich new work and a compelling nightcap.
Review: Beethoven: The Early Quartets (Danish String Quartet, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center)
Three Danes and a Norwegian exhibit crystal clarity and an imaginative eye to the future in early Beethoven.
Gounod’s first thoughts crackle with maximum firepower.
A trio of sparkling modern works gives a Danish master his latest due.
Peter Mattei brings a Wozzeck-like intensity to Schubert's lost soul.
Sparks fly between Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale in Simon Stone's visceral modern Medea.
Alongside the golden oldies, not so old dogs deliver plenty of new tricks.
Venezuelan maestro and last-minute stand in raise the stakes in a memorable Das Lied von der Erde.
A diversity-embracing string quartet has something to say, and says it in style.
Four composers, four telling works. Iceland shares the latest fruits of its vast pool of talent.