Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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24 Apr 2015 - BRIAN FERGUSON - Scotsman [ news ]
Scotlandís national tourism agency has intervened in the row over the staging of the nationís biggest music festival arguing that it must be allowed to go ahead this year.
24 Apr 2015 - Guardian [ news ]
Independent festivals have contributed more than £1bn to the UK economy over the last five years, according to the Association of Independent Festivals.
24 Apr 2015 - Rob Adams - Herald [ news ]
Promoters in Dundee, Renfrewshire and Lochaber are the first three winners in an initiative to encourage young people to form a regular music club in their area.
24 Apr 2015 - XpoNorth [ news ]
MORE than sixty of the most exciting new music acts have been selected to unleash their talent in Inverness before a high-powered audience of creative industry insiders and high-profile music fans.
23 Apr 2015 - Martin Kettle - Guardian [ news ]
Iím afraid I give up.
23 Apr 2015 - Nicola Meighan - Herald [ news ]
Well, we can surmise that the Scottish music landscape is gorgeous, kaleidoscopic and thriving.
22 Apr 2015 - Tom Service - Guardian [ news ]
Sometimes the internet makes you realise the world can be a place of a nearly infinite musical possibilities.
21 Apr 2015 - BRIAN FERGUSON - Scotsman [ news ]
SCOTLANDíS national opera company has heralded the start of a new era after finally appointing a new figurehead - 18 months after the dramatic departure of the previous incumbent.
20 Apr 2015 - Keith Bruce - Herald [ news ]
Glasgow's West End Festival is planning a spectacular finale on Sunday June 7 when up to a dozen street bands, samba groups and carnival music troupes from across the UK will join over 500 costumed performers for West End Festival's Mardi Gras Parade.
El Sistema 40th anniversary: Conductor Gustavo Dudamel says Venezuela project is "the most important thing apart from my family"
17 Apr 2015 - DAVID USBORNE IN CARACAS - Independent [ news ]
Loud explosions after dark tend to make residents of Caracas nervous, but not if they come from behind the house of Frank Di Polo, who apparently can't resist a firework display whenever he has the excuse.