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.
Inspired by the big screen release of Chevalier, Limelight trawls the streamers and DVD shelves for the best cinematic explorations of the lives of classical music greats.
Osmo Vänskä’s Mahler cycle continues with a sublime Ninth, quirky programs from Zubin Kanga and Anna Prohaska, and a Rota rarity.
Review: Mozart: Requiem in D Minor (La Capella Nacional de Catalunya, Le Concert des Nations, Jordi Savall)
Elder statesman brings vigour and insights to Mozart’s masterpiece.
A glorious, golden night of music making from Jordi Savall and friends that lifted a full-house audience out of its seats and on to its feet.
The original scores tell you how early music should be played, says Jordi Savall.
Features include Cate Blanchett on TÁR, Cilea's opera Adriana Lecouvreur, the arts on offer in 2023, philanthropy in Australian arts and the relationship between Noongar artists and Perth Festival.
Savall’s homage to Haydn is only the sum of its often elegant parts.
With half the country in lockdown, this month’s focus is on music to soothe the spirit, from Mozart, Fauré and Pärt, to Jordi Savall’s Victorian Odyssey
Review: Passion: Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae (La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Hespèrion XXI, Jordi Savall)
Savall’s distinctive approach to Victoria’s Holy Week music brings fresh insights.
Early music wins the laurels this month, from Jordi Savall’s medieval fiddle to David Skinner’s William Byrd and a trifecta of Handelian delights.
Welcome reissue of medieval music-making by a master and his mate.