Soprano Franziska Heinzen and pianist Benjamin Mead tell us about their second duo album Women Composers, featuring 24 art songs by 24 women composers written across close to 200 years.
In this month's column, Lynden Barber recommends two police series and the ABC's drama on the 2019–2020 Australian bush fire emergency.
After doing a double degree, Alexander Rodrigues had to choose between astrophysics and music. He settled on music and is now the Robert and Elizabeth Albert Conducting Fellow at The Australian Ballet.
October’s playlist digs into the unique repertoire of the guitar, showcasing Australia's outsized contribution the repertoire with releases from 1996 all the way to this year.
Our recording of the month for October comes to us from Giovanni Antonini, Artistic Director of Haydn 2032, a mammoth project that aims to record Haydn's complete symphonies in time for the 300th anniversary of his birth.
A collector's box to beat them all, and not a conductor in sight.
From comedy to dark tragedy, the extraordinarily prolific Donizetti proved himself to be the master of all operatic forms.
In her latest composition Sally Greenaway explores the parallels between sport and music, inspired by the 2016 Rio Olympics and the allure of Latin American music.
Music lessons have had to pivot to Zoom during lockdown, but while there are major drawbacks to this it has also offered new intimacies.
This month, Greg Eldridge recalls the invaluable lessons he learned from Australian opera director Andrew Sinclair, who died in September. His career included many years working at Covent Garden.
The pandemic has exposed rifts between arts organisations and freelance musicians. We need to recast the relationship for everyone to thrive.
A composer of film and game music, Penkin talks to Limelight ahead of his appearance at the 2021 High Score conference, celebrating composition and sound art for gaming.
Meet Sunleif Rasmussen, the first composer from the Faroe Islands to achieve an international profile, whose distinctive music blends traditional folk tunes with spectralism and jazz.