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.
17th April 2014, Ayr:
A spectacular holiday show for all the family to enjoy in the lead up to Easter.
18th April 2014, Aberdeen:
An Evening of Movies and Musicals has become a sensation since it debuted in early 2012.
20th April 2014, Aberdeen:
A roller coaster journey through Robeson’s remarkable and eventful life highlights how his radical activism caused him to be disowned and disremembered, even by the leaders and descendants of the civil rights movement.
23rd April 2014, Edinburgh:
As one of Britain’s most innovative and celebrated composers, Michael Nyman’s work encompasses operas and string quartets, film soundtracks and orchestral concertos.
25th April 2014, Perthshire:
Frit Lang’s iconic 1927 film Metropolis is regarded as a pioneer work of science fiction movies.
26th April 2014, Scottish Borders:
For the last concert of the Hawick Music Live season, we welcome the Gala Clef Club - arguably the oldest amateur society in Galashiels.
30th April 2014, Inverclyde:
Nostalgia just doesn’t come any better than this.
1st May 2014, Skye:
In The Sojourners’ universe, echoes of doo wop, R&B, country and blues weave together to create a unique sound that has all but vanished from today’s world.
1st May 2014, Fife:
Don’t miss the second heat of the 2014 Fife Primary Schools Glee Show Choir Competition.
4th May 2014, Edinburgh:
A varied programme of music for orchestra, concert band, choir and big band, including solos from final year pupils.