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.
Clive Paget is a former Limelight Editor, now Editor-at-Large. Based in New York for three years, and now in the UK, he writes and reviews as a freelancer for Musical America, Opera News and Steinway Magazine. Prior to his move to Australia he directed and developed new musical theatre for London’s National Theatre.
Articles by Clive Paget
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.
With Ólafsson and Mozart, pianists and their programs are rarely as engrossing.
Simone Young's first official program includes Fidelio in concert and Mahler Two, which celebrates a return to the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall in July.
Gerhaher shines in a revelatory, thinking-man’s Boccanegra for the ages.
Charpentier’s greatest hit and a rarity by Cesti head an eclectic program for Pinchgut Opera in 2022.
Simon Stone's sexting Tristan may be baffling but Skelton, Stemme and Rattle demand to be heard.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
How the English composer helped prop up the shaky Stuart dynasty.
Magisterial and illuminating, Zuk shines a light on one man and his musical world.
With half the country in lockdown, this month’s focus is on music to soothe the spirit, from Mozart, Fauré and Pärt, to Jordi Savall’s Victorian Odyssey
This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
Charm meets passion in visually sumptuous staging of Gounod’s greatest non-hit.