The pandemic has accelerated the move online, but is it financially viable?
From dawn to dusk: Haydn’s journey through the hours vividly realised.
The bumper October 2021 issue contains features exploring the Alice Springs World Chamber Orchestra, arts and the digital world, Max Richter's new album, Circa's classical collaborations, Henry Purcell's early years as a composer, and Australian dramatic soprano Marjorie Lawrence.
Born in Sweden and now based in Sydney, Tommie Andersson explains how he moved from the guitar to the lute and the theorbo, and why his theorbo is nicknamed the Thredbo.
New kids on the block make a debut for the ages.
WASO's performance of Shostakovich's Symphony No 5 was met with rapturous cheers, as was the cheeky farewell to retiring double bassist Andrew Tait.
“No excuse to continue this discrimination” – what does Australia’s orchestral repertoire say about us?
Limelight has been looking at whether the music our orchestras play genuinely reflects our society, and to what extent it ought to. Our readers have responded passionately and eloquently.
Anne Cawrse, Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, Sydney Chamber Opera and Speak Percussion among those honoured at this year's Art Music Awards.
A good performance if low on imaginative invention.
The West Australian Symphony Orchestra double bassist concludes a 32-year career with the orchestra at this Saturday's concert.
The new Health and Wellbeing program will share music throughout Queensland communities, including child-care centres, mental health units, residential aged care and detention centres.
The QSO’s Queensland’s Finest program featured three of Queensland’s brightest young classical artists – a composer, a conductor and a pianist – in a high quality and joyous program.
Deborah Cheetham, Celia Craig, Elena Kats-Chernin, Genevieve Lacey and Katie Noonan are among the finalists announced for the Australian Women in Music Awards.