Nai Barghouti is joined by her quartet for a life-affirming, jazz-infused musical feast that showcases a dizzying depth of international influences.
The singer and qanun player join forces for a globe-trotting performance showcasing their ability to create something wholly new from diverse musical influences.
Join us at The Hub to delve into the music and story of Richard Wagner’s opera Tannhäuser, ahead of its concert performance at the Usher Hall.
The 2022 winners of the prestigious Banff International String Quartet Competition appear with a compelling programme of deeply personal compositions.
One of the most exciting jazz artists emerging today takes to The Hub stage following acclaimed performances with the likes of Diana Ross, Solange and Jon Baptiste.
The creatives behind this year’s production of Life is a Dream discuss working across different languages and cultures.
Don’t miss the world premiere of a new work from composer and bassist Endea Owens, performing with her acclaimed sextet.
The cellist performs a solo recital showcasing the full depth and breadth of his musical influences, including some pieces composed by Selaocoe himself.
Listen to iconic recorded pieces from the orchestra’s journey through Venezuela’s social action music programme, El Sistema.
Join author Dina Nayeri and cultural development specialist Fairouz Nishanova in a discussion on listening to different perspectives.
Exceptional young musicians from the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela come together for a chamber concert in the relaxed setting of The Hub.
Five musicians celebrate music from the famous Silk Road trading route that stretched from Cairo to Beijing.
Five musicians perform a range of contemporary pieces from Middle Eastern and Asian cultures, including their own compositions and arrangements.
Experience moving African American spirituals in a collective listening experience presented by drummer, composer and educator Domo Branch.
Dame Evelyn Glennie discusses her extraordinary musical journey and the challenges and rewards of life as a professional musician.
Join jazz drummer and composer Domo Branch for an open jam at The Hub.
Principal musicians from the London Symphony Orchestra perform this 20th-century masterpiece.
Join composer, DJ and producer Matthew Herbert for a discussion on his approach to musical innovation.
Award-winning poet Jackie Kay and British-Iranian artist Fari Bradley discuss hope and creativity in the face of adversity.
Composer, cellist and singer Ayanna Witter-Johnson joins forces with the LSO Percussion Ensemble for a jazz-infused performance.
Join pianist Alexei Grynyuk for an up-close exploration of Rachmaninoff’s music.
Arnold Schoenberg’s string sextet Verklärte Nacht celebrates love at its most tender.
The neo-trad trio brings its innovative blend of Scottish traditional music and pop influences to The Hub.
National treasures Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham bring their trademark blend of great music and good humour to The Hub.
The violinist and composer performs music from her acclaimed first solo album, Hert, which draws musical and storytelling inspirations from her Orkney heritage.
Join Portuguese theatre director and director of Festival d’Avignon Tiago Rodrigues at The Hub in conversation with Jackie Wylie, artistic director of National Theatre of Scotlan…
Join award-winning absurdist performer Geoff Sobelle for an afternoon at The Hub.
This concert pays tribute to Mendelssohn’s love of music-making at home, with a repertoire of music designed to be heard in a relaxed, convivial setting.
Writer Nat McCleary joins director Johnny McKnight for an exploration of the themes behind their play Thrown.
Furiously fast-paced violin playing takes The Hub by storm as these legendary musicians present a dazzling showcase of Hungarian Gypsy folk.
Thomas Dunford’s handpicked ensemble of young early musicians combines exceptional virtuosity with a relaxed charm that has captivated audiences around the world.
Nigel Osborne OBE and Travis Alabanza come together for a discussion about the importance of community and connection.
Join Nicola Benedetti and artists from across the 2023 opening weekend for an evening of music celebrating community.
One of Scotland’s most celebrated folk singer-songwriters, Siobhan Miller, performs a preview night with her six-piece band at The Hub.
Liz Lochhead’s slick modern take on a sadly relevant ancient tale is brought to life with intelligent staging and a ferociously powerful central performance from Adura Onashile.
National Theatre of Scotland brings Liz Lochhead’s acclaimed adaptation of the classical Greek tragedy to Edinburgh.
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