Limelight April 2019: Australia’s Classical Music & Arts Magazine by Limelight,
ISBN 9781760641207 – – Black Inc 2019 Paperback 116 pp
Limelight is a unique publication dedicated to classical music and the arts, featuring informed, lively news, features and reviews, at home an abroad.For many years, Limelight has been the publication that Australian readers reach for when they want to know what?s happening in classical music and the arts. In an environment where arts media has been shrinking, Limelight has increased its coverage of classical music, opera, theatre, dance, visual art and related topics. Our journalists are knowledgeable about their subject and write in-depth, entertaining pieces about significant artists and events.With substantial features every month, a comprehensive reviews section of both recorded media and live events, and coverage of current affairs, Limelight continues to engage and consolidate Australia?s arts audience. Major artists we have interviewed in recent months include Anne-Sophie Mutter, Daniel Barenboim, Riccardo Muti and Nicole Car among numerous others. Passionate, enthusiastic, sometimes opinionated, but never dull, our mission is to inform, entertain and provoke debate. We invite you to join us in the Limelight.
Originally published as 24 hours by the ABC over 40 years ago, Limelight is well-established as Australia?s leading classical music magazine. With 11 editions per year containing news, reviews, features, interviews with leading artists, quizzes and competitions, Limelight provides unrivalled breadth, depth, liveliness and quality for discerning readers.
Cover story- The 10 Greatest Voices of all time, as chosen by 100 of today?s leading international and Australian opera stars. Article- From streaming to vinyl, we explore the changing face of classical music listening habits. Interview- Andreas Ottensamer, the in-demand Principal Clarinettist of the Berlin Philharmonic, discusses Mozart?s Clarinet Concerto, which he plays with the Adelaide and West Australian Symphony Orchestras, and growing up in a family of musicians; Bryn Terfel reflects on his extraordinary career, and taking to the high seas with Bravo Cruise of the Performing Arts 2019. Articles- A behind-the-scenes look at Malthouse Theatre?s monumental new stage production of Cloudstreet, based on Tim Winton?s award-winning novel. Reviews- Asher Fisch conducts the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in Bruch and Mendelssohn, Italian violinist Lorenza Borrani leads the Australian Chamber Orchestra in a program including Prokofiev?s Violin Sonata No 1, Lise Lindstrom is Salome for Opera Australia. What?s on- live performance and radio highlights for April 2019.