Twenty-five years ago, The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert burst into our cinemas.
Live Music in Edinburgh
Leith Theatre will host a month-long “Resonancy” of events with upcycled piano amphitheatre Pianodrome, starting tomorrow and running til Sunday 8 December.
Listeners of classical music on radio cannot help associate Neeme Järvi with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra for although Principal Conductor for only
A new festival starts the year with events centred around Scotland's national bard Robert Burns.
Andy White & Zoee in the Wee Red Bar.
Belfast singer-songwriter Andy White’s first single Religious Persuasion and 1986 debut album Rave on Andy White kick-started a career which includes twenty albums, two books of poetry and a novel.
Writing with Peter Gabriel, forming ALT with Tim Finn and Liam O Maonlai, touring the world many times over with his acoustic guitar and winning Ireland’s top music awards, Andy has lived in Belfast, Dublin, Switzerland and, currently, Melbourne.
The ‘Sunday Classics’ concert at the Usher Hall was with the Flanders Symphony Orchestra from Ghent.
From soaring indie rock anthems to burlesque-inspired cabaret numbers, The Firrenes (it rhymes with "beans") are a melodic, song-based rock band from Edinburgh who know how to put on a show. This concert introduces a new band lineup and will feature brand new songs, plus old favourites from the album Door Too Wide. One or two classic numbers from the British and American songbook will be thrown in for good measure. A varied and fun-packed evening of music, not to be missed.
Love Music choirs’ distinctive brand of joyous community singing is back with some very special guests: 2018 BBC Radio 2 folk singer of the year Karine Polwart and rising classical mezzo soprano Beth Taylor. This concert features iconic grunge, pop and folk, and a reinvention of Bach with newly commissioned lyrics from Alexander McCall Smith.
Kalevi Aho's Concerto for Percussion and Orchestra is properly titled Sieddi - a hill, or what they would call a mountain in Finland, with all sorts of mysti
A new addition to Edinburgh's Christmas in 2019, Community Christmas takes place in twelve locations over twelve nights around Edinburgh, with a building being brought to life in each locality by winter projections.
The visuals will be accompanied by local choirs and singing groups performing festive tunes.
Details about choirs and times are still be released, but the venues are: