Voted by our readers and nationwide team of critics, Limelight’s Artists of the Year are announced.
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.
Handel’s tree-hugging despot enjoys a lively new outing, the Philly aces Rachmaninov, Christian Li explores Mendelssohn, and Offenbach’s Peruvian soufflé fizzes with fun.
Review: Rachmaninov: Symphonies Nos. 2, 3 & Isle of the Dead (Philadelphia Orchestra, Yannick Nézet-Séguin)
Nézet-Séguin and his Philadelphians uphold their Rachmaninov tradition, brilliantly.
Review: Price, Bruch: Violin Concertos (Randall Goosby, Philadelphia Orchestra, Yannick Nézet-Séguin)
Three exciting discoveries: Florence Price’s concertos and Randall Goosby’s violin.
Winners in the classical music, opera, music theatre, jazz and visual media/film categories have been announced in a ceremony taking place in Los Angeles.
As The Hours arrives in cinemas, its co-star Renée Fleming speaks to Limelight about the making of the opera and why it is "crucial" to stage new work.
After two years of disruption, the arts bounced back in 2022, with plenty of memorable performances. So, who would you like to see recognised?
Few surprises here in Yannick Nézet-Séguin’s frankly bland interpretations.
The Philadelphia Orchestra Music Director discusses Limelight's game-changing Recording of the Year.
The judges listened, the votes are in, and the verdict is…