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Pitchcraft

Pitchcraft

Humour, versatility and originality weave through a polished and spellbinding performance from a choir that's a bit different from any you've heard before. This show covers uniquely crafted arrangements of popular contemporary songs and some beautiful classics, each given its own twist and soaked with humour, passion and surprise. Pitchcraft is also known as ‘The Edinburgh Choir’ because of its rapidly swelling popularity as the choir that always entertains. You'll hear and see why. Continue Reading

Riversong

Riversong

Rivers have always inspired artists, poets and composers. Enjoy City Chorus performing beautiful music on a riparian theme, from classical works to show tunes, jazz standards to folk songs, spirituals to new compositions. Guest soloists join this London-based choir, performing favourites like Moon River, The Water of Tyne, The Volga Boat Song, and Cry Me a River. The programme reaches back to Palestrina (Super Flumina Babylonis) and Handel (De torrente in via), and forward to new arrangements by Continue Reading

Shades of Dave Pell

Shades of Dave Pell

An afternoon of great jazz music with this local octet who recreate the spirit of the legendary Dave Pell Octet – whose soloists included Dave Pell, Jack Shelldon, Art Pepper, Ray Sims (Zoot's brother) Pepper Adams and Marty Paich. Shades of the Dave Pell Octet swing into Edinburgh for a one-off appearance in the fringe. This talented collective play many Dave Pell favourites including Mountain Greenery, Love Me Or Leave Me and Walkin' My Baby. Superb arrangements established the group's Continue Reading

Sound of Seventeen

Sound of Seventeen

Welcome to the big-band era and beyond! Sound of Seventeen is a jazz orchestra line-up of saxophones, trumpets, trombones and a four-piece rhythm section bringing you swing, jazz and Latin tunes. You may recognise tunes from Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Jools Holland and our guest vocalists bring you numbers made famous by the likes of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Michael Bublé. We have exciting arrangements by Sammy Nestico and Don Schamber as well as the odd movie theme tune. From Continue Reading

Rachmaninov and Schumann Cello

Rachmaninov and Schumann Cello

Rachmaninov's Sonata for Cello and Piano in G minor was first performed in 1901 soon after the amazing success of his second piano concerto. It is delightful to hear many of the attractive features of the piano concerto again in the cello sonata: warm rich harmonies, sweeping melodies, virtuosity from both instruments, and an unforgettable slow movement. The interplay between the cellist and pianist is very engaging. After a beautifully intense opening there follows an amazing variety of Continue Reading

Scotland’s Harp – A Celebration: One

Scotland’s Harp – A Celebration: One

Superb duo: Catriona McKay (Clarsach) and Chris Stout (Shetland fiddle/viola). After spending time in successful collaborative work with musicians and composers all over the world, these two consummate, vibrant and innovative musicians return to present an acoustic programme of their incomparable music including tracks from their new CD. 'A divine concoction of tradition and bold imagination – sensual, throaty fiddle lines – harp is deliciously angular and haughty – unimpeachable' Continue Reading

Piano Music of Erik Satie

Piano Music of Erik Satie

Songerie vers Jack. Le Fils des Étoiles – 3 préludes. Descriptions automatiques. Sarabandes. ‘An accomplished pianist, Bream… plays with the gentle zen-like calm one would hope for in a performance of Satie’s fascinating works… takes us to another world through his playing. It was a soothing balm of music for festival-weary travellers and an entrancing way to spend an hour’ **** (BroadwayBaby.com). Continue Reading

Big Band Swing

Big Band Swing

That Swing Sensation, Scotland's record-breaking big swing band, with another night of toe-tapping music from the era when swing was king. Classic instrumentals and laid-back vocals that will have you dancing in the aisles. If swing’s your thing, don’t miss it! ‘That Swing Sensation are first and foremost a nostalgia trip and it’s an act they play well’ (ThreeWeeks). Continue Reading

Sax Appeal 2017

Sax Appeal 2017

Enjoy a relaxing hour away from the Fringe frenzy with a programme of light jazz, classics, ragtime and easy listening music from Scotland's popular Hume Saxophone Quartet. With a repertoire that covers music from Mozart to Mancini and Bach to the Beatles, there’s bound to be something for everyone. Continue Reading

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