In 2022, Perth Festival celebrates the theme of Wardan (Ocean) across music, dance, theatre, visual arts, film and writing events.
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
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.
With a wary eye on borders closures, the TSO has programmed six months of concerts starring their own principal musicians as featured soloists.
Sydney’s musical mavericks launch a season filled with commissions, collaborations, and concerts all over the country and – literally – in their own backyards.
Returning for its third year, the festival gathers a superb roster of Australia’s finest musicians for five days of music making in Bendigo.
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.
After two long and agonising years, it's time to play the music and light the lights in Melbourne tonight.
Fiona Hulton will take the reins of Sydney Philharmonia Choirs from 29 November in time to announce the 2022 season.
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.
The celebrated Brazilian pianist, whose career spanned more than 50 years, has died at his home in Rio de Janeiro, aged 77.
The Perth musician was a participant in WASO’s Emerging Conductors program, and will assist Principal Conductor Asher Fisch and other WASO guest conductors in 2022.
Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts proposes post-COVID roadmap while reports reveal enormous impact of the pandemic.
The chamber ensemble is looking for new wind quintets from young Australian composers, aged 18-35.