From flygskam to hazardous air quality, the changing climate is increasingly having an impact on classical music and the arts. Angus McPherson considers how artists and organisations are rising to meet these challenges, and asks what role the arts can play in the face of a climate crisis.
Discover our readers' and critics' favourite artists of 2019, learn about Beethoven's final tempestuous year, and celebrate Musica Viva as it turns 75.
This issue includes features on streaming classical music, the life of Tchaikovsky, English actor Maxine Peake, Kronos Quartet, Tom Stoppard and more.
Explore your classical streaming options, learn more about Tchaikovsky through his symphonies, and meet Maxine Peake as she makes her Australian debut.
New York's premier summer festival may not be mostly Mozart these days, but it sure has plenty to offer.
The director of the Australian Festival of Chamber Music discusses the exciting musical connections in her second program.
David Berthold announces his fifth and final program – and he promises it's his biggest, most adventurous yet.
Hannah Fox and Gideon Obarzanek will lead the yet-to-be-named new festival, which will merge White Night and the Melbourne International Arts Festival.
The two Melbourne festivals will become one in 2020.
Inside this issue: 2018 Artists of the Year, The Magic Flute, Meryl Tankard's Two Feet, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra at 30, Leonardo Da Vinci 500.
In the December 2018 edition of Limelight Magazine we pay tribute to Richard Gill's extraordinary life and legacy. Plus, the standout CDs of 2018.
The November 2018 issue features Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Mandy Patinkin, Jan Vogler and Bill Murray, plus our 2019 Season Preview.
With two days to go, the Festival has announced it’s already achieved its biggest box office takings in its history, while the Fringe has also announced a bumper year.