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Edinburgh News: music


The Wizard of Oz, King's Theatre, Review

Dorothy and lion in Southern Light Opera's The Wizard Of Oz

Brimming with nostalgia and inducing an urgent need to tap your toes and click your heels, The Southern Light Opera Society have produced the perfect trip down the yellow-bricked memory lane to see wh

Hairspray (2016), Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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Hairspray lifts and holds a crowded Playhouse audience in a full-bodied production that is full of bounce.

RSNO Oundjian Conducts The Sea, Usher Hall, Review

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Peter Oundjian's opening remarks set the scene. Two works about the sea but very different from one another.

Next Stop: Broadway, St Brides Centre, Review

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A-Team Productions have bravely sculpted a revue show, where an energetic cast of 36 teens, aged 11 to 18 years, step-ball-change their way through intercepting musical hits, tackling some incredibly

Clarinet and Piano at Concerts at the University, City of Edinburgh Methodist Church, Review

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There was a large audience for Tuesday’s Concerts at the University series keen to hear some serious clarinet music.

RSNO Romantic Valentine's: Rachmaninov's Second Piano Concerto, Usher Hall, Review

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This year's Valentine's concert opened with trumpets resembling the bugle call Tchaikovsky had heard every evening from nearby barracks in Rome.

RSNO's The Music of John Williams, Usher Hall, Review

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The Usher Hall was full to hear a programme of high profile film scores written by John Williams.

Francesco Piemontesi Plays Mozart, Usher Hall, Review

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The concert began with Beethoven’s rousing Overture, Coriolan, which musically charts the raging emotions of Coriolanus, the fifth century Roman general, and his subsequent downfall.

The Glenn Miller Story, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Tommy Steele and cast in The Glen Miller Story

The oldest ‘swinger’ in town (Tommy Steele), with an orchestra, playing the music of legendary bandleader Glenn Miller adds up to a mellow show.

Nuala Kennedy Band, Traverse Theatre, Review

On a driech Monday night, with no invitation to a Burns Super in sight, what better than to head to the Traverse Theatre bar and enjoy the warm welcome afforded to the Nuala Kennedy Band?

Chamber Sundays, Queen's Hall, Review

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This chamber concert featured three instruments – the flute, harp and viola.