What could be better, on the eve of the opening day of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, than to hear Mendelssohn’s magnificent oratorio Elijah.
Not made from girders, just from terrific talent, this year’s exciting Made In Scotland programme has been revealed.
A slow hand clap is usually reserved for disapproval but the reverse was the case at the Mavericks’ concert when Zorba the Greek, like a climactic Bolero, set the anticipatory tone for the re
From the outset the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra captured the attention of a near capacity Usher Hall audience with a lively opening performance of Dvořák's Slavonic Dance No.
In 1839 Richard Wagner and his wife tried to evade their creditors in Riga by sailing away and eventually planning to reach Paris.
A&R&A&R presents.....JAAP BLONK.
Má vlast is Bedřich Smetana’s take on the history of the Czech Republic. We heard the complete Má vlast - all six movements.
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) has announced its second Season with Music Director Peter Oundjian, following a critically-acclaimed start to the British-Canadian’s tenure at the helm.
Scottish composer Ailie Robertson has been awarded 2nd Prize in the prestigious 17th International Edvard Grieg Competition for Composers, for her piece 'Eternal Recurrence'.
Playing the 'Gabriel' Stradivarius violin (1717), courtesy of Jonathan Moulds, Nicola Benedetti captivated a capacity Usher Hall audience with truly mesmerising renditions of melodies from the silv