Live Music

It was while the highly respected Walter Hussey was Dean of Chichester Cathedral that he and John Birch, the…
We are shown into a large square room where we join other guests already seated on comfortable sofas and…
‘Made in Hong Kong, assembled in Fife’ is how musician Andy Chung describes his background. James Connolly,…
‘Every light casts a shadow; every fire ends in dust’. So reads the programme note to Anything That Gives Off…
Every year the Edinburgh Fringe is full of improvisation.
It was a joy to watch Daniil Trifonov at the piano again. A few years ago his lurching towards the keyboard…
Every morning during the Edinburgh International Festival the Queen’s Hall is the focal point for chamber…
Dubbed as Shakespeare meets American serial drama Empire, TWIST theatre company transport 1600s Kings and…
Was there ever a more unlikely star than Alan Cumming? The Dundee lad became the toast of Broadway, a Bond…
Anne-Isabel Meyer, the cellist, was lucky enough to come into possession a rare edition from 1871 of Schumann…
Matthew Dames thrilled his audience at St Vincent's last night in his hour-long concert of twelve carefully…
We were left in no doubt that the eight guys around the twenty age mark were thoroughly enjoying themselves…