Virginia Gay and Richard Carroll discuss the joys and oddities of pantomime and staging a new play that celebrates panto traditions.
Nat Bartch's new work The Glasshouse, the 2021 Merlyn Myer Commission, is inspired by portraits taken by Victorian-era photographer Julia Margaret Cameron.
Jessie Tu talks with Tessie Overmyer and Hannah James about playing Charles Mingus's music as part of a nine-piece band at the Sydney International Women's Jazz Festival.
Roger Dean's austraLYSIS has released five new performance recordings, demonstrating the breakdown of barriers between familiar music, and the unfamiliar.
After a winter spent locked down in Sydney, guitarist Hilary Geddes is itching to get back to playing gigs again – starting with the Sydney International Women's Jazz Festival this weekend.
Keyna Wilkins' new album features a collaboration with Ahwazi Arabic poet and artist Jalal Mahamede, who has been in detention for nine years and is currently held in Brisbane. She tells us how it came about.
The conductor runs us through performing the entirety of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, little-known despite its iconic opening.
November’s playlist us brings up to date with the slew of new releases (and digital re-releases) over the past couple of months. There’s an exciting range from contemporary classical, jazz and sound art from composers who have featured before and some new faces.
The Little Red Company managed to thrive during COVID and has now landed multiyear funding. Poised to revive two of its popular shows, it has a new production planned for its tenth anniversary in 2022.
Shane Lestideau, Artistic Director and violinist of Evergreen Ensemble, tells Limelight about the group's collaboration with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for its digital platform MSO.LIVE.
The newly appointed Director of Chamber Music Adelaide talks about their upcoming mini-festival, On the Terrace, and how the music community in South Australia connects with its audiences and amongst itself.
Sydney Opera House has launched a digital season of five of Sir Matthew Bourne's most popular dance works, available on its streaming platform, Stream, throughout November.
The distinguished Australian composer sits down with Alexander Voltz to discuss his contribution to a new, COVID-themed cantata ahead of its German premiere.