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Edinburgh News: music


Sinatra and Me (Again), Frankenstein Pub, Review

Richard Shelton in Sinatra and Me (Again)

In this finely crafted, cool and charismatic Cabaret show, do not expect a typical Tribute act.

Ingrid Lucia Sings Billie Holiday, Spiegeltent, Review

Opening her tribute to singer Billie Holiday with the popular standard Summertime Ingrid Lucia emulated the jazz legend's low key warm and warbling tones.

Mike Whellans, George Square Piccolo, Review

Mike Whellans is a one man orchestra who, with three guitars, a drum kit, harmonica and castanets delivered a performance of electric and acoustic blues, jazz and folk music all seamlessly strung toge

World Fringe Day: Fringe Thanks Edinburgh With Thousands of Freebies

Today is the inaugural World Fringe Day, a 24-hour celebration of the global fringe movement that was spawned when a group of upstart thespians launched a festival

Edinburgh Quartet: Dance!, Summerhall, Review

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The Edinburgh Quartet were centre stage for a special work by Shostakovich.

Join an Alliance of Defiance with the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 70th Anniversary Programme

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The official 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme, which launched today, will bring shows from around the world catering for all ages and appetites to celebra

Hans Gál’s Opera Song of the Night, The Queen's Hall, Review

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This, the third of Hans Gál's four opera was given its first performance in Breslau in 1926; several performances followed.

RSNO Season Finale: Mahler Three, Usher Hall, Review

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The final concert of the 2016/17 had just one work. Mahler's Symphony No 3 is considered the longest symphony of all.

RSNO’s transport partner host musicians’ performances on Scotland’s main railway lines

Musicians from Scotland’s national orchestra will take the train to various destinations across Scotland to perform concerts for the very young to the more mature this week and will provide fellow pas

Scottish Opera La Bohème, Festival Theatre, Review

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This production of Bohemian life is centred on a flea market in Paris in the 1920s, the Roaring Twenties.