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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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RSNO: Sondergard conducts the New World

3rd May 2014, Glasgow:

There’s a wonderful reason why Dvorák’s New World Symphony is so popular – and it’s not just the Hovis ad.


3rd May 2014, Edinburgh:

Clemens Schuldt’s Strauss and Mozart is a deeply enjoyable pairing.

Afton Strings: Simply Schubert

3rd May 2014, Dumfries & Galloway:

A programme including some all-time favourites and some lesser known pieces by the musical genius Franz Schubert.


3rd May 2014, Fife:

Irish-born flautist Nuala Kennedy has developed a distinctive blend of folk and pop with artfully adventurous arrangements, showcased most recently on her highly-praised 2012 album Noble Stranger.

We Love The 90's Show

3rd May 2014, Aberdeen:

We Love The 90’s are back by popular demand.


4th May 2014, Edinburgh:

A varied programme of music for orchestra, concert band, choir and big band, including solos from final year pupils.

Joe Brown

4th May 2014, Glasgow:

Premier Rock ‘n’ Roll legend Joe Brown goes from strength to strength as his contemporary achievements continue to gather momentum.


4th May 2014, Glasgow:

If you’ve never seen Elvis Presley live in concert - this is the closest you’ll ever get.

The Old Dance School

4th May 2014, Dundee:

Duelling fiddles, soaring brass crescendos and irresistible grooves from a seven-piece contemporary folk band.


4th May 2014, Dundee:

Peter will be singing this 1970’s iconic Harry Nilsson album of 20th Century standards.

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