For an entirely different audience than a normal Friday evening at the Usher Hall, this was their annual musical and secular celebration of Christmas.
Live Music in Edinburgh
Prokofiev's Winter Bonfire is a rarely heard work written with children in mind and first performed in Moscow in 1950.
Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning (Friday, 7th December) for a new six-day Edinburgh festival celebrating Scotland’s national bard Robert Burns.
Audiences follow a culture trail around eight events in secret locations around the city.
The Culture Trail is part of Edinburgh's 6-day festival of Robert Burns called Burns&Beyond.
This was an interesting concert because of the contrast between the two works played.
Acclaimed interpreter of 20th century repertoire, British pianist James Willshire marks the 100th anniversary of Claude Debussy’s death with the curation of a two-day Debussy Festival.
Microphone in hand, Thomas Søndergård introduced an extraordinary successful concert to celebrate Scotland's Year of Young People.
The Edinburgh Singers present a celebration of festive music, featuring beloved works by Grieg, Rutter and Whitacre.
A two hour concert in which a live 20 piece orchestra fuses with high tempo beats from renowned club DJ Andy Joyce, for a selection of Ibiza dance classics from over the last 20 years.