A fun, interactive and educational show for babies and toddlers that can be enjoyed by all the family.
This 1920s pantomime farce takes place at a weekend country house party.
Scotland’s LGBT choir returns to the Fringe in support of Waverley Care, Scotland’s HIV and Hepatitis C charity.
Thomas Cameron is a Classic Brit Award-nominated tenor, whose vibrant voice has been described as having velvet-like qualities.
Marion Lees McPherson, organist of Stockbridge Parish, presents a programme of German and French music.
1955 has been slow at sleepy Dunroamin Hotel.
Come and join Bessy and friends in their new lunchtime chamber music concerts for children! Bring along your own picnic and munch your lunch as Bessy and friends serenade you in ou…
Described as Scotland’s ‘very own Tori Amos’ (Sunday Herald) and ‘a heady cocktail of Carole King and Regina Spektor’ (SpiralEarth.
Come and hear a lunchtime recital with music written by strong women as well as arias about the power of women.
Dorian Ford, internationally acclaimed jazz pianist, performs Keith Jarrett’s brilliant 1975 iconic improvisation.
Why is it when we think of the piano it is always men at the forefront? ‘Sing us a song, you’re the piano man.
Contemporary Artists Competitive Week (CACW) is an international platform for all kinds of art for young artists to show and express freely.
Join us for a magical, marvellous hour of songs from your favourite movie musicals including Les Misérables, The Greatest Showman and some Disney classics.
A fun, interactive and educational classical violin and cello concert for babies and toddlers where wriggling is allowed! A programme of water-themed music and the story of The Luc…
Sell-out show returns! A fun, interactive and educational classical violin and cello concert for babies and toddlers where wriggling is allowed! The programme includes music from a…
Follow us down the rabbit hole to discover heroes and villains, witches and more in The Bohemians’ take on a classic theme.
Back at the Fringe again after a gap of a few years for another trip down memory lane.
Left-handed international pianist Christopher Seed performs Beethoven’s Sonata Op 109 and Schubert’s Drei Klavierstücke D 946 on his unique backwards fortepiano (high notes to the…
The concert includes music with Middle Eastern, Latin American, European and African flavours.
Bambino Beats are back to take you on a Summertime Boogie.
After successes at the Edinburgh Fringe with the Soft Shoe Skiffle Band, here’s another trip down memory lane with some fun and pop and folk songs like – Wild Mountain Thyme, S…
Join The Bohemians as they twist your all time favourite musical numbers, taking a fresh perspective on classic anthems.
Marion Lees McPherson will spend an afternoon in Stockbridge Church with her annual organ recital of music by Bach, Schumann and Brahms.
Bessy Bass Ltd and Jo May have joined forces to bring you Mad Hatter Mayhem! A brand-new spoon-playing workshop inspired by Alice in Wonderland.
After receiving her sell-out garland in 2017, Bessy returns to the Fringe with a brand-new show.
The last word in Celtic Gypsy Klezmer.
Thomas Cameron is an English tenor whose voice has been described as having velvet-like qualities and performs classics such as Bring Him Home.
There Was a Soldier.
Nancy Crook will be returning to the Fringe with her annual afternoon organ recital of music by Bach, de Grigny and Jackson at Stockbridge Church.
Guitar music journey featuring Middle Eastern, Spanish, Latin American and classical flavours.
International award-winning concert pianist Santa Ignace began her studies with her father, a jazz pianist and conductor.
Aria Alba – Opera for All are delighted to bring their new and exciting abridged production of Mozart’s Idomeneo to Fringe 2018.
Explore how the Wars of the Roses still has relevance today.
Renowned Scottish pianist Christopher Guild offers listeners the chance to become acquainted with a burgeoning force in Scotland’s culture: its classical music.
Fringe sell-out show! A fun, interactive and educational violin and cello concert for babies and toddlers where wriggling is allowed!
Akbayan is a beautiful folk legend that is performed by the spectacular Kazakh Theatre of Drama and Music Kyzylorda and directed by the esteemed Hussein Amir Temir.
A fun, interactive and educational classical concert for babies and toddlers where wriggling is allowed!
‘One of the best music shows … in week one of the festival’ (List).
Amy and Clare are joining Old Macdonald and all his friends for a boogie down on the Farm.
Two of Scotland’s most critically acclaimed new acts present their unique brand of pastoral and lyrical pop, enhanced by intricate arrangements for the renowned Pumpkinseeds stri…
A unique tribute to the people of West Lothian and beyond, and Bangour War Hospital, during WW1.
An educational, interactive and light-hearted classical music experience for all the family.
Classical music close up where wriggling is allowed.
Nicholas Parsons, Radio 4 legend, narrates the children’s classic tale Peter and the Wolf, arranged by Tom David Wilson for double-reed and brass ensemble and conducted by John Gru…
Two afternoon organ recitals in Stockbridge, one featuring Nancy Crook and one featuring Marion Lees McPherson.
Violin and Piano.
The band feature multi-stringed instrumentalists playing original music and songs in the folk/country rock genre.
Internationally acclaimed British/Syrian musicians Waseem Kotoub (piano) and Ayman Jarjour (guitar) in concert, accompanied by a visual display of Syria before and after the war.
This magnificent show will bring you all the quintessence of China: Beijing Opera, chorus, string orchestra, drama, traditional folk music and dance.
Amy and Clare have packed their suitcases for a summertime full of your favourite songs. Come and join them for a boogie and a singalong and celebrate the summer holidays.
Alasdair Cameron, in his second Fringe recital, plays a potpourri of masterpieces by Marcello/Bach, Mozart’s Fantasy in C minor, Debussy’s Moon pieces and Schubert Impromptus.
Marion Lees McPherson and Nancy Crook present a series of afternoon recitals of Bach, Bruhns, Mendelssohn and many more renowned classics.
After a sell-out concert last year SONIC return with saxophonist Paul Towndrow and trumpeter Ryan Quigley to perform Charlie Parker and Clifford Brown’s stunning albums from the …
Sell-out Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015! Live concerts for babies and toddlers delivered by a professional violinist and cellist.
WWI stories, songs, poems, humour and visuals by performers aged 14-70.
Live concerts for babies and toddlers delivered by a professional violinist and cellist.
Acclaimed violin and piano duo Sophia Bartlette and Amoret Abis celebrate women composers in an exciting, eclectic mix of genres and great works.
Come join Bessy Bass and share in her adventures as she leaves her Scottish, coastal home to embark on a journey to visit musical friends and family in several European destination…
The Silk Road’s most driving and haunting folk music comes from Altai, the mountain crossroad of cultures where China, Russia, Mongolia and Kazakhstan meet.
This group from China’s most famous experimental school blends Chinese and European wind instruments and repertoire.
Ayman Jarjour is an internationally renowned Syrian classical guitarist and graduate of The Juilliard School in New York.
Two-time Juno Award winner and Steinway artist David Braid, composer of the film Born to Be Blue, presents music from his latest collaboration with one of the UK’s freshest and mos…
There are scissors, pens and other tools for lefties, but a lefty piano? Melodies on the piano are often confined to the right hand, supported by chords in the left.
Recitals for Wrigglers are concerts especially tailored for babies and toddlers, delivered by a professional violinist and cellist.
Ian Munro leads the Edinburgh Festival Ensemble in Mozart’s charming Gran Partita for wind.
Hans Gal - E major, Op.
A Requiem for Edward Snowden is a new audio-visual piece on the very current themes of privacy, security and loss in the 21st century.
Ian Munro leads the Edinburgh Festival Ensemble in music for strings including Beethoven’s Grosse Fugue.
Swim like a fish or fly like a bird! March like an elephant or glide like a swan! Come with us on a thoroughly theatrical tour through Saint-Saens’ marvellous musical montage of za…
Nominated for MTM UK Best Composer 2007, Peter D Robinson’s setting of this ancient Christian hymn, set for four voices and string quartet, is sung in New Testament Greek.
This dramatic piece promises a lot in its synopsis: witchcraft, love,
bloody battles, deceit, murder and a healthy dose of fire and brimstone.
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