Edinburgh News: music
Live Act of the Year 2015 Nominees, Nae Plans – top Scottish folk musicians Adam Sutherland and Hamish Napier – join forces once again to release ano
It took Paul Fegan three years to make ‘Where You’re Meant to Be’.
It's fair to say that geologist James Hutton (1726-1797) was a rock star of the Edinburgh Enlightenment.
In the midst of uncertainty, something to look forward to and celebrate is as much a necessity as a cause for joy.
The soprano, Catriona Clark, and trumpeter, Mark O'Keeffe, were the undoubted stars of an intriguing programme of religious music devised for a concert performance.
New Zealand conductor Holly Mathieson, currently based in the UK, has been appointed as the Royal Scottish National Orchestra’s new Assistant Conductor, following a recruitment process which attracted
Peter Oundjian's sparkly introduction told us that the Orchestra was half way through its 125th anniversary, this was the final concert of the season but also significantly the time to say farewell to
The very beautiful space that is Edinburgh’s Dovecote Gallery today played host to this year’s launch of Made in Scotland Programme for the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
LeithLate returns to the Walk this summer with a jam-packed programme of mostly free exhibitions and events involving over 50 artists.
The concert at the Usher Hall began with a composition by the Russian composer Mussorgsky.