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.
Brilliant showman Ray Chen is back with a new Strad for a spectacular double homecoming.
Three emerging violinists have won the chance to perform with Ray Chen and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House on 25 July.
Hugh Robertson, the Orchestra’s Editorial Manager and former Limelight Deputy Editor, reveals what he is most looking forward to next year.
New Chief Conductor Umberto Clerici reveals his first season, which is full of exciting connections and narrative themes, and includes the start of a Mahler cycle – with a twist.
Simone Young discusses the highlights of her second “theatrical” year as the SSO’s Chief Conductor, including several works she will conduct for the first time in her celebrated career.
After two years of disruption, the arts bounced back in 2022, with plenty of memorable performances. So, who would you like to see recognised?
Chief Conductor Jaime Martín discusses the season which includes 17 new works, including three by Composer in Residence Mary Finsterer, while soprano Siobhan Stagg is Artist in Residence.
Cool, charming and charismatic, Chen dazzles with his fourth Strad.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
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.
CEO Emma Dunch introduces the shorter than usual program, which features 19 in-demand Australian soloists and conductors, and 15 Australian world premieres from the 50 Fanfares project.