NSW pianist joins illustrious list of past National Jazz Award winners, including Barney McAll, Michelle Nicolle, Kristin Berardi, Sam Anning and Zac Hurren.
Hugh Robertson is Limelight’s new Deputy Editor. He joins us for our next issue after working as Marketing Manager for the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra. Previous roles include label manager for ABC Classic and ABC Jazz, and manager of Sydney’s classical record store Fish Fine Music.
Articles by Hugh Robertson
The HIP ensemble continue to expand their footprint, with mainstage performances in Queensland and South Australia planned alongside an enlarged education program.
With the theme of 'Pole to Pole', the festival celebrates the journeys and travels humans have undertaken for millennia, and what we have learned and discovered along the way.
In a streamlined, livestreamed ceremony, some of Limelight's favourite artists took home trophies.
The pianist, conductor and educator died in Brisbane last week at the age of 92.
The Australian Haydn Ensemble has announced its 2022 concert program, celebrating its tenth anniversary with its biggest-ever season.
198 recipients will share in $9.37 million in funding, which the NSW government claims will "deliver record arts and cultural activity across NSW".
Melbourne Digital Concert Hall proved a lifesaver during the pandemic, raising money for artists and keeping audiences connected with the music they loved. It shows how deep the connections they established that they have been voted the Peoples' Choice in the 2021 Limelight Artist of the Year awards.
After a hiatus in 2020, we once again asked our reviewers and readers to vote for the Australian and International Artists of the Year. We are thrilled to announce our 2021 winners.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
Curated by Joseph Nolan, next year's program sees two of Handel's great works performed alongside a Chopin recital and an organ recital.
The touring chamber ensemble will revive much of its cancelled 2021 season, and has a new Victorian home at the Primrose Potter Salon at Melbourne Recital Centre.