Saturday morning's EIF chamber concert at the Queen’s Hall featured players from the Nash Ensemble – Alasdair Beatson (piano); Adrian Brendel (cello); Richard Hosford (clarinet) and Marianne Thorsen (violin). They chose to perform a varied programme in keeping with the ethos of the ensemble since their inception in 1964 in which they are committed to performing contemporary composer’s works alongside the more traditional chamber music.
Our monthly "Agustitos Night" is a unique night of Bossa Nova, Flamenco, Rumba & Fiesta Session brought to you by the Sergio Prazeres and the Bossa Trio, Cheekyrrikis Flamenko Power and some special
Ear Candy Festival is a grassroots music festival for Edinburgh’s up and coming bands in the Traverse Bar Café.
The pipes, the pipes are calling! Renowned piper Steven Blake and City of Edinburgh organist John Kitchen join 450 singers of all ages as they breathe life into iconic classical and pop, upturn ancient folk music and celebrate the legendary Scottish musical absurdist Ivor Cutler.
Professional jazz duo Ian Millar (saxophone) and Dominic Spencer (piano) are based in Edinburgh and have performed together for many years, playing high quality, sophisticated, melodic jazz standards,
Join the award winning Edinburgh Singers for the first concert of their 2018-19 season.
To illustrate the universality of music, the ensemble playing at this morning’s Queen’s Hall recital came from all parts of the globe.
As if Backstreet Boys fronted for Glenn Miller, The FlyBoys, are a boy band, ehhem, “man collective”, swinging new tunes way back to the 30s and 40s.
As we trudge through our muggy, too-hot-for-the-Scots-but-can’t-complain summer Morna Pearson’s new comedy with songs, Let’s Inherit the Earth could not be more timely.
This morning’s concert at the Queen’s Hall was a piano recital given by the accomplished Dutch pianist Ronald Brautigam.