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  • An Evening With Carol Kidd, City Hall, Glasgow

    20 Mar 2006 - Alison Kerr - Herald [ review ]

    SHE may not have performed very much in the past three years, but Carol Kidd showed that not only is she back, but she's in top form.

  • How to get the blend just right

    20 Mar 2006 - ROB ADAMS - Herald [ review ]

    There comes a time in the life of all arts events when their success or otherwise has to be evaluated.

  • RSNO, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow

    20 Mar 2006 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ review ]

    IF the ghost of Paganini expected that the stupendous performance of his First Violin Concerto would eclipse anything else in the RSNO's programme on Saturday night, then the spectre must have received a rude jolt.

  • Scottish Ensemble, City Hall, Glasgow

    20 Mar 2006 - CONRAD WILSON - Herald [ review ]

    It was not just Paganini's violin, played by Clio Gould, which made the Scottish Ensemble's performance of The Four Seasons so special.

  • Mandela, miracles and how to finally make poverty history

    19 Mar 2006 - By Annie Lennox - Sunday Herald [ feature ]

    A FEW years ago I was invited to take part in the launch of the first 46664 concert in Capetown.

  • Flu forces Benedetti to cancel Unicef trip

    19 Mar 2006 - ANNA MILLAR ARTS CORRESPONDENT - Scotland on Sunday [ news ]

    VIOLIN prodigy Nicola Benedetti had to cancel a high-profile trip to Africa for Unicef when she fell ill at the last moment.

  • Industry cries foul over YouTube craze

    19 Mar 2006 - RICHARD GRAY SCIENCE CORRESPONDENT - Scotland on Sunday [ news ]

    IT IS the latest entertainment craze to sweep the internet.

  • Could Glasgow have it even better still?

    18 Mar 2006 - DAVID POLLOCK - Scotsman [ feature ]

    FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE, MANY Scottish bands have found themselves sucked into the wake of Franz Ferdinand.

  • SCO, Perth Concert Hall

    17 Mar 2006 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ review ]

    THE Beethoven piano concerto series in Perth, the core of the new concert hall's orchestral programme in its opening season, has been building up a head of steam, with good houses and each pianist bringing what one patron called a "distinctive" quality to the concertos.

  • Maggie Bell: still hooked on the Blues at 60

    17 Mar 2006 - ROB ADAMS - Herald [ feature ]

    IT IS possible to turn back the clock and join the 21st century simultaneously, says Maggie Bell.

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