City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Edinburgh News: music


RSNO Tchaikovsky Four, Usher Hall, Review

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The abiding memory of the concert will be twofold. It gave us a very small opportunity in our applause to say goodbye to Martin Gibson, the RSNO's Principal Tympanist since 1980.

RSNO The Lark Ascending, Usher Hall, Review

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This was the night that the Royal Scottish National Orchestra's Principal Flute of many years, Katherine Bryan, was front of stage - not just for one work but two.

Tickets Go On Sale For 70th Edinburgh Fringe

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The first tickets for the 70th Edinburgh Festival Fringe (4 – 28 August) went on sale today.

Simon & Garfunkel Through the Years (2017), Festival Theatre, Review

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It’s 50 years since Simon and Garfunkel’s ‘Sound of Silence’ hit the British charts. The duo’s delirious blend of folk rock and profound pop has never been equalled.

Home Grown Theatre Returns with Beatles Bio

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This year is the 50th anniversary of the release of the ground-breaking Sgt.

New Festival Will Celebrate Robert Burns in Words and Music

Free music, spoken word and comedy, inspired by Robert Burns, is coming to one of Edinburgh’s best known New Town streets with the inaugural "Red, Red Rose Street Festival".

Sold Out Edinburgh's Hogmanay Festival Welcomes In 2017

Unique Events, who have produced Edinburgh’s Hogmanay for 24 years for the City of Edinburgh Council, said early this morning that the event had been a “major

Multiple Versions of Auld Lang Syne

To get you in the mood for tonight's Hogmanay festivities, wherever you are, here are twenty versions of Auld

RSNO Christmas Concert 2016, Usher Hall, Review

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The RSNO Christmas Concert contains all the old favourites, but family-friendly, flamboyant conductor Christopher Bell starts a new Christmas tradition, that turns an ordinary bit of 21st Cen

Strauss: Wind Concertos, Queen's Hall, Review

Richard Strauss’ Duet-Concertino for Clarinet and Bassoon and string orchestra (in three movements) was the last orchestral piece he wrote at the age of eighty-six.