Our reviewers and readers have voted for the Australian and international artists who particularly thrilled them over the past year. We are delighted to announce the winners ...
There's one week left to vote for your favourite Artist of the Year – and the race is neck and neck.
It’s time to vote for the Australian and international artists you’d most like to see honoured in this year’s Limelight Awards.
Our reviewers and readers have voted for the Australian and international artists who raised their heart rates in 2022. Their votes have been tallied, and we are thrilled to announce our winners.
This month features a striking operatic debut, the latest pianistic fireworks from Aussie-born barrister Paul Wee, plus outstanding new releases from Krystian Zimerman and Hilary Hahn.
Fire and finesse in equal measure grace Hahn’s return from darkness to light.
After two years of disruption, the arts bounced back in 2022, with plenty of memorable performances. So, who would you like to see recognised?
Simone Young leads the SSO and three-time Grammy Award-winning violinist Hilary Hahn in a triumphant program of Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky and a world premiere by Cathy Milliken.
Features include a tour around the revitalised Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, interviews with Maestro Zubin Mehta, and Sheku and Isata Kanneh-Mason, and a look at the state-of-play of Australian musicals.
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As celebrated American violinist Hilary Hahn makes her long-awaited return to Australia, she tells us about the instruments she owns and the connective power of music.
Features include a tour around the SOH's revitalised Concert Hall, interviews with Maestro Zubin Mehta, and Sheku and Isata Kanneh-Mason, and a look at the state-of-play of Australian musicals.
Simone Young's first official program includes Fidelio in concert and Mahler Two, which celebrates a return to the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall in July.