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Celebrating 20 years as Artistic and Music Director of Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, Brett Weymark explains why he equates his career with a bottle of wine.
by Christopher Lawrence
On the Record
The King’s Singers celebrate “Tom and Will”, Poles propel Weinberg string quartets to the top of the list, and it’s another great month for women composers.
by Clive Paget
Pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason reveals why she wanted to celebrate the magic of childhood in her new album for Decca.
by Jo Litson
Musicians Peter Knight and Daniel Wilfred discuss the vital act of sharing culture, and how we can help with a culture car.
by Maddy Briggs
Avant-garde multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Skepper talks about his desire to bring science and technology into his art practice.
by Benjamin Skepper
Cathy Marston discusses her new dance work, adapted from Miles Franklin’s classic novel.
by Jo Litson
Limelight looks back at the 70-year history of the Sydney Film Festival. We also pick this year’s highlights.
by Jason Blake
The LSO’s Australian tour begins brilliantly under Sir Simon Rattle.
by Paul Ballam-Cross
This important book is both surprising and captivating
by Diana Simmonds
In the Limelight
Guy Noble's Soapbox
Reeling from the noise and a death-defying road trip, Guy Noble was surprisingly touched by a performance of Rajasthani desert music in Jodhpur.
Rainer Saville, the QSO’s new Section Principal Trumpet, shares what he’s learned about this most mercurial of instruments.
Andrew Schultz discusses his new work for the WASO, which draws on Thelonious Monk and a folk song celebrating wild horses.
5 Questions For
The Hobart-based composer tells us about her new piano trio, Bitter Tears, commissioned by Musica Viva Australia for Round 2 of this year’s Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition.
The Artistic Director of Sydney Dance Company recalls his childhood dislike of flamenco, his discovery of classical music and his desire to use live musicians as often as he can.
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