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.
13th March 2014, West Lothian:
Graffiti Classics bursts the elitist boundaries of the traditional String Quartet with its hilarious all-singing, all-dancing musical comedy cabaret show.
16th March 2014, Aberdeen:
This wonderful musical journey will delight and entertain with captivating performances by an amazing array of local talent, including pupils from schools in the city and shire and the Culter Pipe Band.
17th March 2014, Glasgow:
In recent years the Conservatoire’s Guitar Department has established itself as a hotbed of new talent.
17th March 2014, Lanark:
Excerpts from many of the world’s top musicals, including The Lion King, Jesus Christ Superstar, Oliver and many, many more.
18th March 2014, Ayr:
From the producers of ‘We’ll Meet Again’, Duggie Chapman Associates bring a brand new Wartime Cavalcade, Bless ‘Em All.
19th March 2014, Inverness:
Adored by millions, Dame Julie Andrews is a genuine legend of showbiz around the globe.
1st April 2014, Inverclyde:
The aim of Inverclyde Voices has always been to offer the opportunity to sing together and bring simple but uplifting repertoire to people from all walks of life.
4th April 2014, Fife:
Since 1969 the Pasadena Roof Orchestra has been faithfully re-creating the glories of popular music from the 1920’s and 1930’s.
5th April 2014, Glasgow:
Worbey and Farrell are internationally acclaimed concert pianists with a wicked sense of humour.
5th April 2014, Shetland:
Multiple Sclerosis Society Shetland presents Strip MS: Helping to Strip Away the Problems of Living with MS.