The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
Composer and trumpeter Louisa Trewartha talks about her new CSO world premiere, which reflects upon the 'haunting beauty' of Sibelius.
Dong Ma is a virtuoso on the two-string erhu. Now based in Melbourne, he performs JS Bach’s Goldberg Variations with the Flinders Quartet.
The inner Sydney venue to host an encore performance from Omega Ensemble, a new work by choreographer Melanie Lane and much more besides.
Winter in Canberra seems more memory than dream these days but this was an imaginative and satisfying experience.
CSO 2024 delves into the human connection with the surrounding world while platforming a major Mahler work and five world premieres.
Sally Greenaway responds to our collective experience of navigating the pandemic in a poignant new work for four double basses.
Though more research is needed, there is evidence that music is beneficial for people living with dementia. We find out what's on offer.
The Noongar composer, conductor and violinist discusses his upcoming world premiere with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.
Portraits of significant music figures, including conductor Jessica Cottis, are among the 57 paintings selected for the 2023 Archibald Prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Canberra Symphony Orchestra unpacks all shades of blue in a concert bursting with musical colour and intensity.
The composer describes the beautiful relationships behind the commissioning of his new work that draws upon the sense of awe at natural beauty.
Ahead of its premiere with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra, the composer discusses her new work, Kinds of Blue, and the inspiration that helped shade it.