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  • RSNO, Maison de Radio France, Paris

    6 Feb 2006 - ROWENA SMITH - Herald [ review ]

    On the one hand, the main auditorium of the maison de Radio France could hardly be considered an ideal venue for the RSNO.

  • Jose Gonzalez, Oran Mor, Glasgow

    6 Feb 2006 - LOUISA McEWAN - Herald [ review ]

    Hands up all those who are chattering at the back of the room.


    6 Feb 2006 - Scotsman [ review ]

    THE SNJO's latest programme focused on the Kansas City Suite, composed and arranged by Benny Carter for the Count Basie Orchestra in 1960.


    6 Feb 2006 - Scotsman [ review ]

    IT WAS doubtless no coincidence that the Ensemble opted to open their annual BAA High Flyers tour featuring the 16-year-old clarinet prodigy Julian Bliss with a famous piece written by a composer of precisely that age.

  • Turnage: Blood on the Floor*****

    6 Feb 2006 - Scotsman [ review ]

    MATCH the content and style of a concert with the venue, and you're on to a winner.

  • Festival City's halls face a critical stage

    6 Feb 2006 - Kenneth Walton - Scotsman [ feature ]

    THE ISSUE of concert hall provision in Edinburgh has never been more critical than it is right now.

  • Simple Minds, Carling Academy, Glasgow

    6 Feb 2006 - LOUISA McEWAN - Herald [ review ]

    The fact Simple Minds are selling out such generously proportioned venues as the Academy, albeit in their home town, is a sure-fire sign that they're still doing something right.

  • Fjord focus is music to the ears of Fort William festival fans

    5 Feb 2006 - Anna Miillar - Scotland on Sunday [ news ]

    MOVIES, music and the natural terrain join forces for the next fortnight as the Fort William Film Festival prepares to showcase a body of work lost for more than half a century.

  • Tunstall scopes out the U.S.

    4 Feb 2006 - Paul Sexton - Billboard [ news ]

    "Have guitar, will travel" has been the motto of many an itinerant singer/songwriter, but it has rarely produced such dramatic dividends as in the international success of KT Tunstall.

  • Belle and Sebastian, The Life Pursuit

    3 Feb 2006 - Alexis Petridis - Guardian [ review ]

    The seasoned rock critic invariably approaches a new Belle and Sebastian album with apprehension.

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