The elite performers of Bach Akademie Australia gave voice to music which resonated with some of our most human and intensely held hopes, fears and joys.
Two performances from different genres worked individually, but lacked a thread tying them together.
Grigorian compels in a recital of bleeding, heart-on-sleeve Rachmaninov.
This sublime concert of music by Monteverdi is a substantial program, expertly curated and performed.
Plenty to relish and think about amid the sounds of Silence.
Review: Lalande: Grands Motets, Dies Irae, Miserere & Veni Creator (Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastian Daucé )
Verve and panache abound in sumptuous, elegant celebration of French baroque.
This performance was a truly moving experience, which refreshed a work so many of us know well.
American mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato invites you to take five.
We're asking our readers for their thoughts on the subjects that get their goat.
The Choir's Music Director talks about their latest album, Limelight's Recording of the Month for April.
Two Renaissance masterpieces are bookended with two contemporary Australian compositions.
Elizabeth Anderson of the Australian Chamber Choir gives voice to an orphan girl taught by Vivaldi.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.