Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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15 Sep 2014 - KUNAL DUTTA - Independent [ news ]
Hospitals and railway stations should play classical music to calm the public and reduce attacks on staff, a report says.
15 Sep 2014 - KEN WALTON - Scotsman [ news ]
Celebrations for Sir Peter Maxwell Davies’s 80th birthday appear to have gone on all year.
14 Sep 2014 - Herald [ news ]
Bobby Wellins' Culloden Moor Suite was in danger of being forgotten when, in 2011, SNJO director Tommy Smith commissioned German pianist-composer Florian Ross to provide a new arrangement of the work that Glasgow-born Wellins had been inspired to write in 1961 after reading John Prebble's account of the last battle to be fought on British soil and its chilling aftermath.
14 Sep 2014 - Tim Ashley - Guardian [ news ]
Royal Albert Hall, London
4 out of 5.
12 Sep 2014 - STV [ news ]
Glasgow’s Wild Cabaret and Wicked Lounge is launching a new live music event, aimed to showcase the talents of local bands and musicians.
12 Sep 2014 - Keith Bruce - Herald [ news ]
There is nothing new about the "boutique" festival, as some of our newer bijou classical events are sometimes termed.
12 Sep 2014 - Herald [ news ]
Guitarist Lulo Reinhardt brings his Latin Swing Project to Scotland in October.
11 Sep 2014 - Derick Mackinnon - Scottish Music Centre [ news ]
Born To Be Wide returns to Edinburgh’s Electric Circus on Thursday 2 October with a modified format, which sees the evening begin with a live interview followed by a discussion panel in the second half.
11 Sep 2014 - Herald [ news ]
Composer and multi-instrumentalist Mike Vass is touring a new suite of music produced following a voyage he undertook in May around locations described in Neil Gunn's 1938 book Off In A Boat.
11 Sep 2014 - Katriona Holmes - Scottish Music Centre [ news ]
This August three cows, a filmmaker, a photographer, a sound artist, a musician and a writer walked along an ancient drovers’ track across the regional border from Galloway to Bellsbank town in East Ayrshire.