Celebrating their 30th anniversary this year, The Rolling Hills Chorus under the direction of Rosalind Johnson return again to the Edinburgh Fringe as Scotland’s Premier Barbersh…
Alastair is an award-winning Scots fiddle player who has performed folk and classical music throughout the world to critical acclaim.
The Really Terrible Orchestra has survived covid and reappears like a butterfly from the chrysalis.
Scotland’s professional touring opera company returns with Mozart’s sublime comedy.
The Mystic Chorale have interactively brought their audiences into the singing experience, creating living communities of world song for more than 30 years.
Craig Herbertson, Edinburgh singer and songwriter, presents Edinburgh Folk, a celebration in song and story of the folk who shaped Edinburgh, from Scotland’s national poet, Robert …
They should have been ridiculous.
Returning to the Fringe after sell-out shows in 2016, 2017 and 2018, Pitchcraft are the Edinburgh choir with a difference.
SCOTTISH SINFONIA, Leader Michael Rigg, Conductor Neil Mantle.
Elspeth McVeigh’s an accomplished singer of baroque and early Scottish music with performances described as having a haunting, ‘entrancing voice.
With 21 convictions for 76 offenses, beginning at the age of 13, including arrests for stabbings, shootings and murder; losing an eye and being told he would never walk again, Marv…
Performed outdoors in a cemetery, Lisa Nelson brings her unique story together with that of Lyda Conley: the first indigenous woman attorney in the US.
Alastair’s only two Fringe performances this year are events not to be missed.
The accomplished German-born but London-based cellist Anne-Isabel Meyer returns to the Fringe to perform the complete set of Bach’s Suites for Unaccompanied Cello over three days i…
Ciara Harvie is a classical crossover singer from Edinburgh.
The programme features Vocalise, Piano Concerto No 4 in G (soloist Adam Davies) and Symphony No 2 in E minor.
The Mystic Chorale is an interactive 50-voice chorus from Boston, Massachusetts which has been bringing their audiences into the singing experience for 30 years, creating living co…
Cold Turkey Blues – singer/songwriter Chris Ray King with a one-off, solo acoustic set. Storytelling, dark humour, romance and a surprisingly high body count.
Alastair has performed throughout the world as a traditional and classical performer.
The performance Boys in Sync presents three young men with different archives exploring the concept of masculinity.
In equal parts, a piano recital, a one-man play and a surrealist film, amalgamated into a unique theatrical experience.
The RTO will once again endeavour to transcend all the expected orchestral clichés.
Scotland’s professional touring company celebrates 10 years with one of the world’s best-loved operettas.
This acclaimed London-based cellist makes her annual visit to the Fringe to perform all Bach’s glorious solo cello suites in three consecutive performances.
Join this talented duo as they play a selection of much-loved pieces from the duo’s repertoire. An afternoon of enjoyment.
Join us for a magical, marvellous hour of songs from your favourite movie musicals including Les Misérables, The Greatest Showman and some Disney classics.
Scotland’s LGBT choir Loud and Proud is back at the Fringe in support of Waverley Care, Scotland’s HIV and Hepatitis C charity.
Mahler Symphony No 4 in G major.
Scotland’s professional touring company returns with Verdi’s comic masterpiece.
The Symphony No.
Alastair Savage is one of Scotland’s most versatile fiddle performers.
Scotland’s LGBT choir, Loud and Proud, is back in support of Waverley Care, Scotland’s HIV and Hepatitis C charity.
Edinburgh’s stunning and versatile choir has sold out every concert and show they’ve done since they began at the end of 2015.
Alan Bennett is an institution in Britain – he can encapsulate a world of voices within a single monologue.
Join multi award-winning Amersham A Cappella as they celebrate their Fringe debut.
International award-winning concert pianist Santa Ignace began her studies with her father, a jazz pianist and conductor.
Experience the wonders of magical mysteries and classic sleight of hand in an interactive freestyle performance with master close-up magician Dr Taliesin at his first Edinburgh Fri…
Russian Spectacular! Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture, Nutcracker Suite, Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No 3 in D minor (Soloist Jill Morton) and Borodin Symphony No 3.
Scotland’s professional touring company returns with Bizet’s moving tale, featuring one of opera’s favourite duets.
An exciting collaboration featuring two of the country’s most versatile instrumentalists.
Scotland’s LGBT a capella singing sensation is back at the Fringe! Loud and Proud, Scotland’s LGBT choir, performs its annual Fringe concert in support of Scotland’s HIV and Hepati…
Join the Bohemians on a whistle stop tour of all your favourite musicals from stage and screen! Featuring songs from shows ranging from Mamma Mia to Kiss Me Kate and Calamity Jane …
The RTO has had another successful international tour to add to New York, London, Utrecht and Glasgow.
Experience the thrill of hearing Saint-Saens’ exciting Organ Symphony live.
Scotland’s Opera Bohemia returns to the Fringe for its seventh year with one of the world’s most loved operas, La Traviata.
The Fringe debut of new Edinburgh-based father and son French horn duo James and David Goodenough.
A two-part programme, sung by acclaimed local choir and directed by Stephen Doughty in the fine setting of St Cuthbert’s Church.
Come and experience Anne-Isabel Meyer, the London-based cellist who returns again to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to perform all the Bach Cello Suites over three days.
An exciting collaboration between one of Scotland’s most versatile fiddle exponents and virtuoso English cellist Tom Rathbone.
Best of the Bohemians have everything you’d expect from a concert of musical theatre.
Valentine Singers travel from London bringing a cornucopia of a cappella choral delights from around the world: spirituals, part-songs, classical, folk songs and popular standards.
Strauss Don Juan; Faure Pavane; Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending (Danny Miller violin); Elgar Symphony No 1 in Ab major, Opus 55.
Dunfermline’s Kingdom Singers return to the Festival in this their 21st anniversary year.
Following their hugely successful Scottish amateur premiere production of Sister Act, The Bohemians celebrate 10 years on the Fringe with fabulous showbiz hits from stage and scree…
Behind every person misusing substances is a family.
Loud and Proud, Scotland’s LGBT choir, performs its annual Fringe concert in support of Scottish HIV and Hepatitis C charity, Waverley Care.
Mrs Tobit Tells All – Blazing Grannies return with a classic quest to claim the treasure, defeat the monster, marry the girl, and achieve health and happiness for all, aided by a…
Come and experience once again Anne-Isabel Meyer’s performances of the six Cello Suites over three days in St Cuthbert’s Parish Church.
We celebrate our 20th Birthday this year.
Alasdair Cameron, former student of Louis Kentner and Joyce Hatto, debuted in London’s Royal Festival Hall’s Purcell Room.
A series of six lunchtime recitals on the renowned Walker organ.
David Corkhill conducts the Edinburgh Festival Ensemble and singers Stuart Murray Mitchell and Hugh Hillyard-Parker in his adaptation of a song cycle of the Wilfred Owen war poems …
The New Liszt Ferenc Chamber Choir was established on 1 February 2010 from the members of the Liszt Academy’s Alma Mater Choir and from the freshly graduated students of the Lisz…
With singers from throughout the UK, 200 young musicians from the National Children’s Choir of Great Britain will perform a wide variety of repertoire on their first visit to the…
Juxtaposing poetry of political repression against religious texts, MacMillan’s Cantos Sagrados protests against the disappearances of the politically inconvenient.
Wagner’s Flying Dutchman Overture.
Come and hear accomplished music scholars from Fettes College, Edinburgh give a lunchtime recital of vocal and instrumental music in the magnificent surroundings of St Cuthbert’s P…
Loud & Proud, Scotland’s LGBT choir, performs its annual Fringe concert in support of Scottish HIV and Hepatitis C charity, Waverley Care.
The Chamber Choir of Kimbolton School, Cambridgeshire, presents a varied programme of sacred and secular music ranging from the English Renaissance through to the present day, incl…
Entering their 106th year on the Edinburgh amateur musical theatre scene and fresh from their sell-out run of Grease in March, The Bohemians present an evening of songs and music f…
Opera Bohemia, Scotland’s dynamic professional company, returns to the Fringe with Puccini’s one act comedy gem! A stellar cast including BBC Kiri Prize winner Shuna Sendall, Scott…
The choir was founded by Arthur Sutton in 1994 and has performed in Scotland and Germany and we are proud to perform in Edinburgh as a testimony to his vision of two decades ago.
Following their huge success in last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, Fettes College Consort and Players return to this year’s festival with another of Mozart’s brilliant Mass settin…
The Old Testament story of King David is quite a romp.
This accomplished London-based cellist returns once again to the Fringe to perform the six cello suites over three days. Come and enjoy a rarely heard, not to be missed experience.
Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits does pretty much what it says on the tin: runs through some of the Bard’s best-known monologues and soliloquies, from Jaques’ “All the world’s…
Shakespeare in Song attempts to bring the works of Shakespeare to life using songs from through the centuries and chosen complimentary verses.
A series of six lunchtime recitals on the renowned Walker Organ.
The Edinburgh Festival Ensemble is joined by conductor David Corkhill to perform Walton’s witty, jazz influenced Facade.
The Edinburgh Incidental Orchestra returns to the Fringe with a popular programme of English and French Music.
The Edinburgh Festival Ensemble, under its founder Ian J Munro, performs an evening of music including Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll and Copland’s Appalachian Spring.
Voices of Lions is an outstanding male voice choir of 30 young singers based in south-west London.
Vide sopra! Alasdair returned to Scotland after 14 years in Europe to be hailed as ‘a master’ (EdinburghGuide.
This songwriter/composer from the Netherlands will perform live music created on different instruments and played and arranged with effects.
Ian Munro and Gilmour Macleod return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with another programme of exciting xylophone music.
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