Christine invites you to enjoy JS Bach’s expressive, contemplative Cello Suite No.
ChorAlchemy combines two choirs, the small female vocal ensemble, Voices of Derby, and the larger friends singing group, Derby City Singers.
The Robin Chapel, built in 1950 at the centre of a unique Edinburgh housing complex, The Thistle Foundation, is a memorial to Robin Tudsbury and well known for its excellent choir.
The Art of Ecclesiastical Heraldry.
This virtuoso is returning for her fifth year with the Enharmonic Collective.
Basia Mindewicz, Director of the Edinburgh School of Icon Painting, explains the artistic techniques and spiritual inspiration behind one of the most venerated forms of sacred art.
The Art of the Icon.
The Desert in the Heart of the World is a filmic study of the impact of the Carthusian monastic movement on the French landscape.
Modern Studies frontwoman Emily Scott performs new melancholy folk-tinged solo record Leave No Shadow with lush string chamber orchestra and band.
The Mysteries – Reimagined.
Glee Club UK are taking you on a musical journey all the way from the swinging 60s, right up to the present day.
Edinburgh-born pianist and composer Ben Shankland is, despite his young age, already gaining recognition on the UK jazz scene.
Dvorak’s 1878 D-minor Serenade can be seen as the pinnacle of the tradition of Harmonie Musik or wind band music that flourished in the palaces of the Hapsburg Empire from about th…
Alasdair Hutton, the narrator of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo for 30 years, and Brian Taylor, former Political Editor of BBC Scotland, give readings from Scott’s works on th…
Members of The Howe Street Band return to St Vincent’s after last year’s successful concert.
Scottish Jazz Awards 2022 Best Vocalist nominee Louise Dodds and Elchin Shirinov (All About Jazz Top 200 living jazz pianists) will be performing an exclusive set from their critic…
The internationally renowned classical pianist Marc Corbett-Weaver makes a welcome return to Edinburgh for a dazzling piano recital of great pianistic masterpieces, including the g…
This virtuoso is returning for her fourth year with the Enharmonic Collective.
Two Truth and a Lie.
Les Shankland directs the Chapter House Singers in Choral Evensong.
The Art of Illumination.
Love of Creation: Poetry’s power for the present.
Henry Purcell’s Sacred and Secular.
Exhibition: The Art of Illumination.
From wild dance tunes to solemn laments, frenzied improvisations to lush Baroque compositions, Highland strathspeys to Lowland ballads, join US National Champion fiddler Tim Macdon…
A recital of virtuosic piano music given by the popular London-based classical pianist Marc Corbett-Weaver.
The 2021 Festival of the Sacred Arts concludes with a service of Choral Evensong.
Lunchtime lecture: Scottish Religious Art in Paint and Glass: Robert Scott Lauder’s Christ Teacheth Humility.
Lunchtime lecture: Theology in Stone – Faith and Art in Edinburgh’s Church Architecture.
One-day exhibition: Faith in Fabrics Church Vestments and Ecclesiastical.
Lunchtime talk: Ms Zoe van Zwanenberg, embroiderer, discusses the art of embroidery. Tickets can be purchased at the door or from the Fringe Box Office.
Lunchtime lecture: The Art of Hymns.
Lunchtime recital: Olivier Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time.
Mass setting: Lassus’ Missa Bell ‘Amfitrit’ altera.
Evening concert: one of Scotland’s most renowned string ensembles, The Edinburgh Quartet, plays Haydn’s Seven Last Words from the Cross, with the movements interspersed by poet…
Join Richard Montgomery and Anna Michels for a programme of two colourful and contrasting French works for violin and piano.
From the Book of Exodus to the nuclear age, two subjects have regularly inspired poets: love and war.
Award-winning PipaRimba is an innovative and masterful pipa/marimba duo.
Directed by Les Shankland, Director of Music, St Vincent’s Chapel, composed in 1680, this rarely performed work is regarded as the very first Lutheran oratorio, and was intended …
Flower arranging is a superb but neglected art.
Gerald Osborne spent three years memorising the Gospel of St Mark.
For centuries, the art of stained glass has embellished places of worship.
Gioachino Rossini’s last work, the Petite Messe Solennelle (Little Solemn Mass), was composed in 1863.
Back for a second year, Augusta Maclean, a young, contemporary Scottish artist, is holding a solo exhibition of original paintings and photography.
A popular and traditional service of Choral Evensong from the 1929 Scottish Prayer Book with guest choir, congregational hymn singing and organ voluntary.
This virtuoso duo, returning for their third year, are exploring the rich and mellow sounds of hang drums accompanied by acoustic and bass guitar.
‘An interpretive artist fully immersed in the subtleties and considerable technical demands of each composer’s writing.
A striking result of the Anglican Church’s break with Rome in 1536 was its impact on English literature, not only Cranmer’s masterly Book of Common Prayer and the King James Bi…
Heinrich Schütz, perhaps the most highly regarded composer in 17th century Germany, wrote The Resurrection History on returning to Germany in 1623, following a period of study in …
Flower arranging is a superb, but neglected art.
The Edinburgh School of Icon Painting, under its Director Basia Mindewicz was established in 2013.
The Edinburgh Quartet, founded in 1960, is one of Britain’s foremost chamber ensembles.
A solo exhibition of original paintings and sketches by Augusta Maclean, an up-and-coming Scottish artist who splits her time between Edinburgh and the Highlands.
A rare visit to the UK for this deeply expressive Brazilian singer-songwriter and her band.
International award-winning concert pianist Santa Ignace began her studies with her father, a jazz pianist and conductor.
Fellswater Celtic music ensemble from Boston, Massachusetts, USA will perform tunes and songs from all the Celtic nations and beyond.
A journey through chamber music gems with the Edinburgh Quartet – featuring works by Mozart, Bruckner, Beethoven, Schubert, Dvorak and Gesualdo over three performances.
Following last year’s debut, the internationally acclaimed, London-based pianist Marc Corbett-Weaver makes an eagerly anticipated return to the festival.
We welcome back Coro Vincenzo, directed by Les Shankland, who are to perform J.
Tess Said So perform their new and original live film score to F.
A lunchtime recital featuring music drawn from Henry Purcell’s Harmonia Sacra, and folk song settings by Benjamin Britten.
Traditional service of Choral Evensong from the 1929 Scottish Prayer Book with guest choir, congregational hymn singing and organ voluntary.
The internationally acclaimed pianist Marc Corbett-Weaver gives his Edinburgh debut recital with a spectacular programme of Bach/Busoni Chaconne, Beethoven’s dazzling Waldstein S…
Two piano students from Edinburgh Napier University perform a 45 minute recital of lesser known masterpieces by Franz Schubert, Alban Berg and Claude Debussy.
Vocal and instrumental music by Schubert performed at lunchtime in St Vincent’s Church. Featuring the Shepherd on the Rock, the Fantasia in F minor, D.940.
Yorkshire-based Sundown Swing return to the Fringe for the third time following two years of near capacity audiences.
A programme of spoken word and song deeply rooted in the Scottish folk tradition.
Prélude de la Porte Héroïque du Ciel, 6 Gnossiennes, 3 Sarabandes, Dances Gothiques.
A traditional service of Choral Evensong, using the 1929 Scottish Episcopal Church liturgy, with a guest choir and congregational hymn singing.
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