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Music in Scotland

From contemporary to classical, traditional to Celtic rock, opera to folk - Scotland is music to your ears. Scotland’s music scene has never been so vibrant and exciting, with live gigs and music festivals happening in cities and villages all over the country, at venues large and small. Whatever you’re into, don’t miss out on the fantastic choice of great live performances and attractions on offer. Now’s your chance to try something new.

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Scottish Fiddle Orchestra

4th April 2015, Aberdeen:

35 years after their first ever concert in the Music Hall Aberdeen, the SFO return to the city of their birth for their annual visit.


4th April 2015, Inverness:

Originally born in Edinburgh, the nomadic Ruarri Joseph found his song-writing roots in the southwestern Pacific.

Afternoon Classical Concert

4th April 2015, East Lothian:

Alison Mitchell (flute) and Eleanor Johnston (harp) perform works by master musicians Bach and Mozart.


5th April 2015, Inverness:

Since bursting on to the scene in 2010 as award winners at Glasgow’s Celtic Connections festival, Rura have firmly established themselves as a major force.


7th April 2015, Glasgow:

Come and hear the best of Scotland’s young musical talent as they embark on what promises to be the orchestra’s most exciting journey so far.

Simple Minds

7th April 2015, Edinburgh:

The Scottish rock band Simple Minds are back with their brand-new tour.


7th April 2015, Skye:

The second of our two Easter holiday Tuesday traditional concerts, featuring Gabe McVarish, Mairearad Green and Anna Massie.

Lunchtime Classical Concert

7th April 2015, East Lothian:

The Maxwell String Quartet perform the A minor quartet, one of Schubert’s most striking works.


8th April 2015, Stirling:

Heritage Opera bring their critically acclaimed production of Puccini’s dramatic opera Tosca to the Macrobert Arts Centre, following a sell-out UK tour in 2014.

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