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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.

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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, 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.

26th September 2014, Trossachs:

A group of people who either used to play a string instrument or have only recently started playing.

28th September 2014, Invereness:

The Glasgow Phoenix Choir, sponsored by The Co-operative Funeralcare, is delighted to be performing a charity concert in the Old High Church, Inverness as part of its Highland Tour 2014.

2nd October 2014, Aberdeen:

The Carl Verheyen Band returns to Europe for encore performances following the amazing reception of their tour late last year celebrating his new album Mustang Run.

3rd October 2014, Lanark:

Singalong Sounds of War Time is the perfect way to pay tribute to the heroes of World War 1 and World War 2.

9th October 2014, Ayr:

Classical Musicians Scotland present The Ivor Novello Story by John Cairney (by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd).

18th October 2014, Lanark:
Another sensational show from the producers of ’Memory Lane’, ‘Memories are Made of This’ and ‘All our Yesterdays’.

19th October 2014, Glasgow:

Direct from London’s West End “The Singers Of Soul” Choir and a full live band will fill the theatre with the sound of the Gospel hits from the smash-hit movie Sister Act.

22nd October 2014, Glasgow:

Il Divo - the record-breaking classical crossover group is bringing A Musical Affair: The greatest Songs of Broadway Live to Glasgow.

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