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.
26th October 2014, Perth:
Don’t miss the Glasgow Phoenix Choir, one of the foremost and longest established choral groups in Scotland and the UK.
30th October 2014, Inverclyde:
Another sensational show from the producers of ’Memory Lane’, Memories are made of This’ and ‘All our Yesterdays’.
31st October 2014, Skye:
Join us for a truly creepy Halloween night of awesome classic horror at Duisdale Hall.
31st October 2014, Inverness:
Camille O’Sullivan is a singer/actress who enjoys a formidable international reputation for her dramatic interpretations of the narrative songs of Nick Cave, Brel, Waits, Bowie, Radiohead and more.
4th November 2014, Edinburgh:
Somewhere between a 1930s Cuban dance orchestra, a classical chamber music ensemble, a Brazilian marching street band and Japanese film noir is the 12-piece Pink Martini.
6th November 2014, Shetland:
Shetland Arts presents Tommy Emmanuel CGP live as part of the Shetland International Guitar Festival 2014, curated by Martin Taylor.
7th November 2014, Shetland:
Shetland Arts presents Martin Taylor live as part of the Shetland International Guitar Festival 2014, which is also curated by Martin Taylor.
7th November 2014, Clydebank:
Annual concert to raise for the work at Erskine Hospital.
8th November 2014, Shetland:
Shetland Guitar Heroes in concert forms part of the Shetland International Guitar Festival 2014, curated by Martin Taylor.
8th November 2014, Dundee:
The Onion Club re-imagine the songs of Bowie, Brel, Waits and Weill alongside original works from their kitchen collaboration.