Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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26 Aug 2015 - Kate Molleson - Herald [ news ]
Berlin’s Komische Oper is run by Barrie Kosky, maverick Australian director whose immensely loveable 2012 staging of Mozart’s The Magic Flute comes to Edinburgh this week.
26 Aug 2015 - Rob Adams - Herald [ news ]
Fèis Rois is hosting three events during this year’s Blas festival of traditional music, which takes place across the Highlands from September 4 to 12.
25 Aug 2015 - KEN WALTON - Scotsman [ news ]
THE violin virtuoso and the jazz great are trading tips, as two worlds collide in a genre-crossing collaboration.
24 Aug 2015 - CAROLINE CRIADO-PEREZ - Independent [ news ]
"I once thought that I possessed creative talent, but I have given up this idea; a woman must not desire to compose – not one has been able to do it, and why should I expect to?".
22 Aug 2015 - Tim Wilcock - Fringe Review [ review ]
Venue: Broughton High School
Festival: Edinburgh Fringe.
19 Aug 2015 - Scotsman [ news ]
THE composer John De Simone is Scottish, but he often wonders what it is that entitles him to be called that.
18 Aug 2015 - BBC News [ news ]
Online music videos will now get age ratings in the same way films do, following a government pilot.
17 Aug 2015 - Keith Bruce - Herald [ news ]
Highlands-based traditional music group Session A9 have announced an eight-date Scottish tour to take place during September.
16 Aug 2015 - KATRINA TWEEDIE - Scotland Now [ news ]
OUTLANDER composer Bear McCreary says writing the music for harrowing scenes takes him to a ‘very dark place’.
Nicola Benedetti: "The only female composers I play are living today, so why is that? Were there no genius women composers in the last 300 years?
16 Aug 2015 - Teddy Jamieson - Herald [ news ]
TODAY, unlike every other day, Nicola Benedetti has not played the violin.