Edinburgh News: music
As part of their fortieth anniversary celebrations, last night Robin Ticciati concluded his ambitious programme of performing Schumann’s symphonic cycle with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
Francois Sarhan’s Enough Already is a theatrical revolution. In this multi-arts/media revelation, each one of the many art forms employed, down to the last detail, matters decisively.
This week the Traverse is hosting its fifth dance festival, showcasing five dance companies, on five consecutive nights, from across Scotland and the UK.
In the early 1960s, it was an inspired idea to adapt the stage play, “I am a Camera” based on Goodbye to Berlin, the travel memoirs of Christopher Isherwood, into a musical.
The Lion King takes the theatrical experience to a higher level. It's visually stunning.
A sartorially splendid spectrum of sexuality greets as The Gates is entered. There is a real sense of being part of a 20th century version of the Bar at the Folies Bergères.
Dvorak’s Notturno for strings was the first piece on the programme at the Queen’s Hall concert. It began life as a string quartet and Dvorak gradually expanded it for string orchestra.
The UOGB has landed – and not a shiny space suit in sight, only their own singular brand of elegant musical subversion!
What a lovely programme to start a new season of Friday nights at the Usher Hall with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra, which marks its 40th Anniversary this 2013/14 season, has grown from strength to strength over the decades.
Strictly sensational ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ was a surprise hit at the Edinburgh Playhouse.
The Edinburgh International Festival comes to an end tonight with up to a quarter of a million people expected to watch the annual
The Pet Shop Boys will headline this year's Concert in the Gardens at the 2013/2014 Edinburgh's Hogmanay.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society was celebrating a record year at the box office as it drew to a close today.
Fireworks fans should look to the Edinburgh skyline tomorrow at 1pm.
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s education and outreach department, SCO Connect, has started a new initiative, SCO VIBE, an exciting fusion orchestra open to young musicians aged 11-18 years
The final two nights of Susan Boyle’s first concert tour around Scotland ended at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre on 12th and 13th July.
For the very first time, Scottish Opera’s ground-breaking interactive shows for babies and toddlers - BabyO and SensoryO - are coming to Edinburgh Fringe.
French-Canadian conductor Jean-Claude Picard, currently based in Switzerland, has been appointed as the Royal Scottish National Orchestra’s (RSNO) new Assistant Conductor, following a recruitment proc