Other music events in Scotland - what’s on
Music is probably the most diverse all art forms – and we’ve covered the most popular genres elsewhere. This is where find you’ll find Scotland’s more unusual, but equally enjoyable, musical events.
2nd August 2014, Perth:
A musical feast from Scotland’s finest young brass players, led by esteemed conductors Russell Gray, John Boax and Gordon Evans.
2nd August 2014, West Lothian:
Irreverent songwriters, expert instrumentalists and consummate showmen, The Two Man Gentlemen Band are a must-see live act.
2nd August 2014, Trossachs:
Callander Chimes and Dunkeld Handbell Ringers join forces to show how handbells can sound like a solo voice, a choir or even an orchestra.
8th August 2014, East Lothian:
Experience the war years with those who lived through them.
9th August 2014, Perthshire:
Perthshire based Pinkie Maclure, chanteuse extraordinaire, and John Wills (ex member of psych group Loop) present Song Noir.
18th August 2014, Edinburgh:
A response in music and film to the conflict that launched a century of war, and a celebration of the power of art to keep us sane and offer us comfort.
27th August 2014, Trossachs:
A 16-strong female voice choir present a varied programme of music - madrigals, folk songs, sacred songs, show songs - in an endeavour to include ’something for everyone’.
26th & 30th August 2014, Edinburgh:
Harry Partch is one of the most original artists and musicians of the 20th century.
4th September 2014, Fife:
This seven-piece Maasai group from southern Kenya perform authentic and exciting tribal song and invite the audience to join them in their celebrated Maasai jumping.
4th - 6th September 2014, Glasgow:
Jock ’N’ Roll is a brand-new musical comedy following on the footsteps from the now famous Jukebox Memories.