Iestyn Davies and Mark Rylance make a compelling case for music therapy.
An unusual yuletide gift from one of Santa’s nimble-fingered helpers.
Mühlemann’s operatic barge is indeed made of burnished gold.
Pianist Steven Osborne discusses his Debussy disc on Hyperion, Limelight's Recording of the Month in December.
Engaging political shenanigans, but not a patch on Francis and Claire.
The maestro, and WASO Principal Conductor, celebrates the joys of French and putting sex on stage.
The cellist, whose recording is Limelight's Orchestral Recording of the Year, explains why he returned to the concertos after 27 years.
John Adams’ new opera proves there’s gold in them thar girls.
From the sublime to the ridiculous, the British pianist describes the challenges of Haydn, Beethoven and Brahms.
The opera may be 375 years old, but with its sex, murder and lust for power it feels as contemporary as the latest HBO hit.
The Heath Quartet's double CD of Bartók’s complete string quartets has won Limelight's Recording of the Year 2017.
Asher Fisch's German band tells a saucy tale with a Frenchman's opera set in Spain.
Jordi Savall conjures joy out of misery in an ambitiously conceived evening.