Classical

The Sunday Classics concert at the Usher Hall featured Academy of St Martin in the Fields orchestra, who are one of the most accomplished chamber o

The Edinburgh Contemporary Music Ensemble took a risk with the weather in having a celebratory concert in early January.

The final Friday evening concert of the year from the Royal Scottish National Orchestra began with the familiar and comfortable fanfare of Dmitri S

The short first half began with the short but lively oompah from Tchaikovsky's Dance of the Tumblers.

In a concert devoted to the work of celebrated American film score composer Danny Elfman, we heard four works.

A traditional carol service for all, held on Mound Place.

Two award winning brass bands perform a diverse programme of music including Tchaikovsky, Wagner and Disney movies.

After a few words from Music Director Thomas Søndergård, the concert opened with a fourteen minute orchestral interlude from Franz Schreker's first

St Cecilia’s Hall the oldest purpose-built concert hall in Scotland, and the second oldest (after Oxford’s Holywell Room) in the British Isles hold

Thirty five members of a choir from the Faroe Islands gave a very appropriate and commendable concert in St Vincent's as part of the choir's visit