Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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20 Nov 2014 - Peter Sellars - Guardian [ news ]
Their voices are almost completely missing from the Bible, yet it was women who were closest to Jesus in his final days.
20 Nov 2014 - Herald [ news ]
THE seventh annual GIOFest, programmed by the Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra, takes place at Glasgow's CCA from November 27 to November 29, and involves film screenings, visual art and performances.
19 Nov 2014 - Ann Fotheringham - Evening Times [ news ]
The Cosmonaut Arkestra - a six-piece instrumental jazz funk outfit - have released their first EP after a successful gig as part of the Merchant City Festival put them firmly in the spotlight.
18 Nov 2014 - HOLLY BAXTER - Independent [ news ]
"When I was a kid, I wanted to be famous.
18 Nov 2014 - Tom Service - Guardian [ news ]
As the London jazz festival gets into full swing, this week’s 10 picks are devoted to that much denigrated, occasionally inspired, sometimes insipid, but also genuinely fruitful interzone between jazz and classical.
17 Nov 2014 - Herald [ news ]
Celebrations begin on December 30 with a torchlight procession, and end with a dip in the River Forth in the annual Loony Dook on New Year's Day.
17 Nov 2014 - BRIAN FERGUSON - Scotsman [ news ]
A HOST of Scotland’s leading musical acts will be staging free shows across Edinburgh on New Year’s Day, organises of the capital’s Hogmanay festivities have confirmed.
17 Nov 2014 - Teddy Jamieson - Herald [ feature ]
Gareth Malone might want to look away for a moment.
16 Nov 2014 - KEN WALTON - Scotsman [ news ]
PROVING doubters wrong, Paul Baxter’s Delphian Records has been named Label of the Year.
16 Nov 2014 - STEPHEN MCGINTY - Scotsman [ news ]
A HOST of musical stars including One Direction, Bono and the Scots singer, Emeli Sandé yesterday recorded a new version of the Band Aid song Do They Know It’s Christmas? with new lyrics to address the Ebola crisis.