City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: music


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.

Bounce, Edinburgh International Children's Festival, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Bounce, from French company Acrosm, is a playful blend of music, dance and song aimed at young people aged 7-13years.

Falling Dreams, Edinburgh International Children's Festival, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Het Filiaal theatermakers from Utrecht present Falling Dreams, a performance that mixes narrative with music and exciting visual effects to open up a whole new world of creative, multi-facete

Made in Scotland 2017 Showcase Programme Revealed

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Today at Out of the Blue Drill Hall in Leith Made in Scotland announced its programme of music, theatre and dance for this year’s Fringe.

Royal Scottish National Orchestra appoints Thomas Søndergård as next Music Director

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The Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) appoints Danish conductor Thomas Søndergård as its next Music Director, fifty-eighth leader of the Orchestra’s Artistic Team, succeeding current Music Dire

Edinburgh Fringe Festival 70th year celebrated at Summerhall with international programme

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For this very special 2017 anniversary, Summerhall, Edinburgh’s acclaimed and award-winning multi-arts venue, has risen to the challenge of gathering a unique array of international creative responses

Beethoven Symphony No 7, Usher Hall, Review

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The final concert in this SCO season began with a composition by the German composer Jorg Widmann.

RSNO Tchaikovsky Pathétique, Usher Hall, Review

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Moscow-born Alexander Scriabin's four minute Rêverie was the musically simple but enticing opening to a concert from three Russian composers.

Beethoven Missi Solemnis, Usher Hall, Review

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Beethoven’s Grand Mass Missi Solemnis is considered to be one of the greatest pieces of music ever written. Although not overtly religious, the Mass mirrors Beethoven’s spiritual journey.