Over 1,000 performers from America, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the United Kingdom will appear at this year's 59th Edinburgh Tattoo (1-23 August). The programme announced yesterday includes all the traditional ingredients of massed pipes & drums, massed bands, overseas contingents, and the Lone Piper on the floodlit Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle at the end.
Live Music in Edinburgh
The Edinburgh Jazz Festival is to receive £49,370 from the Scottish Government's Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund for an annual Scottish Jazz Expo.
Video interview with Dave Corbet, promoter of The Edge, which takes place during the Edinburgh Fringe 2008. Programme and ticket details
Note: this event was re-scheduled from 14 September
The World Ceilidh, is the smaller of two music fests, held at a remote West Coast spot on Knockengorroch farm each year (the other is the Wor
The SCO give predictably good performances and this Beethoven and Haydn concert, the last in their current series at the Queen's Hall, was no exception.
The National Museum of Scotland is marking the start of its 3-year, £46.4
Annual festival, organised by the Clarsach Society (Comunn na Clàrsaich), that has now been running for over a quarter century.