Jazz and blues

Some of the pieces in this year’s Edinburgh International Festival create a mirror-like effect, with each other.

Timing, in improvised music, is all-important.

The Hub – home of the Edinburgh International Festival – is hosting a variety of eclectic Café Concerts in celebration of the founding of the Yehudi Menuhin School of Music 50 ye

“It’s a kind of furtiveness, a weariness with all the conventions of the world so I guess you might say we’re a beat generation.” - Jack Kerouac

Frank Sinatra reigns supreme in this new musical from Kingdom Theatre.

A heavily pregnant Ali McGregor is wowing the kids every weekend in the Famous Spiegeltent.

Cheeky chappies Steven Worbey and Kevin Farrell whisked us on a rapid rollercoaster-ride of pianistic wizardry, spiced with kaleidoscopic colours and whirlwinds of sounds and enticed by cheery chat

Statuesque and splendidly coiffed, clad in elegant ball gown and dazzling killer heels, the nightclub diva approaches the microphone through the melancholy blue haze lighting while her tight three-

This is New York based The TEAM's (the acronym stands for "Theatre of Emerging American Moment") fourth visit to the Fringe, but it's the first time that I have seen them perform.

Now in their twelfth year and recently signed to ECM Records, this groundbreaking group has toured and recorded internationally creating thought provoking improvised music of great depth and b