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.
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.
5th September 2014, Perth:
Friends of Perth Cathedral Music present Jambouree Choir & Cabaret Singers performing a variety of songs and songs from the shows, etc.
4th - 6th September 2014, Glasgow:
Jock ’N’ Roll is a brand-new musical comedy following on the footsteps from the now famous Jukebox Memories.
9th September 2014, Perth:
Following the success of their first visit to the Museum, we are thrilled to announce the return of the B Sharps.
12th September 2014, Inverness:
Back To Broadway is the all-singing, all-dancing, theatrical sensation that invites you to take a breathtaking journey through the magical world of musicals.
13th September 2014, Ayr:
14th September 2014, Stirling:
21st September 2014, Perth:
Friends of Perth Cathedral Music present the Perthshire Brass Band entertaining us with a wide variety of popular tunes and songs.
26th September 2014, Trossachs:
A group of people who either used to play a string instrument or have only recently started playing.
26th September 2014, Northern Highlands:
The great Glasgow Phoenix, Scotland’s best-known mixed voice choir, rose from the ashes of the legendary Glasgow Orpheus and has proved a very worthy successor.