Chorus Awards 2016 winners The Edinburgh Singers present a programme of a cappella music celebrating the wealth of British choral music, featuring works by MacMillan, Tavener, Holst, Purcell and Howel
Darya Dadvar is an Iranian soprano soloist and composer who incorporates jazz, blues, folk and world music into her classical opera.
Join Octavoce for an hour of Christmas entertainment. The Edinburgh based octet bring you some of your favourite carols, Christmas crooner songs and choral classics from their favourite time of year.
Chorus Awards 2016 winners The Edinburgh Singers present a choral celebration of Christmas in the historic Greyfriars Kirk.
The Gewandhausorchester of Leipzig is one of the most established orchestras in Germany (it was the first orchestra in the world to play the complete cycle of Beethoven symphonies in 1825-26) and Herb
For half an hour Sarah Connolly CBE entranced us as she sung six of Alma Mahler's lieder, German romantic songs.
Michael Harris has been Organist and Master of the Music of St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh since 1996 whilst his wife, Brigitte, is Director of Music at St Andrew’s and St George’s West.
With the renovation of their hall well under way, The Friends of St Cecilia’s Hall brought a harpsichord to St Andrew’s and St George’s West for two recitals, each of an hour and a half.
Without a doubt the star of the concert was violin soloist, Pekka Kuusisto. I have never seen a soloist so relaxed and in command of his performance of the Sibelius Violin Concerto.
It was while the highly respected Walter Hussey was Dean of Chichester Cathedral that he and John Birch, the cathedral’s organist, commissioned Leonard Bernstein to write the Chichester Psalms.