The latest arts appointments and departures.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
Ahead of Opera Australia's upcoming Brisbane Ring Cycle, Warwick Fyfe looks back at his one-eyed love of Wagner.
Seven steps to heaven? A new work by Lior and Ade Vincent makes a musical diary of the creative process, "the positive and the negative".
Stanley Dodds, the Sydney Youth Orchestra's new Chief Conductor, talks to Limelight about the "buzz" he gets on the podium and being a "slow cooker".
The French violinist admits "playing the genius of Mozart with another genius, it helps".
Composer and trumpeter Louisa Trewartha talks about her new CSO world premiere, which reflects upon the 'haunting beauty' of Sibelius.
Buckle up and turn everything up to 11 for Limelight’s picks of the best (or sometimes just the bravest) rock-meets-classical experiences.
Australian World Orchestra Assistant Conductor Louis Sharpe talks music, leadership and a job that doesn't feel like one.
Cameron Lam recaps new releases from the second half of 2023 across Classical, Jazz and Sound Art in this month’s playlist.
The 2MBS Young Virtuoso Award winner Teresa Yang talks Korngold's Violin Concerto, her musical milestones, and her ambitions for the future.
With two world premieres in the pipeline – including one by Carl Vine – Nexas Quartet's Michael Duke sees the limited classical sax repertoire as an opportunity.
Celebrating 20 years as a conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra this year, Benjamin Northey shares some thoughts on work, life and music.