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  • Ceol Gaelic Music Conference & Gathering

    21 Feb 2006 - Scottish Music Centre [ news ]

    This unique opportunity for all interestsed in Gaelic music to come together to talk, listen and make music.

  • T in the Park debut for two

    21 Feb 2006 - Scotsman [ news ]

    THE former Verve singer Richard Ashcroft and the son of reggae legend Bob Marley will both make their debuts at this year's T in the Park.

  • Kill Your Timid Notion, Dundee Contemporary Arts

    21 Feb 2006 - Neil Cooper - Herald [ review ]

    When Kill Your Timid Notion began its exploration of the relationship between sound and vision in 2003, it was continuing a tradition of multi-media cross-fertilisation that began in Andy Warhol's Factory.

  • RSNO **** USHER HALL, EDINBURGH

    20 Feb 2006 - Scotsman [ review ]


    JUST when it seemed he'd given us all the Shostakovich we could take, the RSNO's former chief conductor Alexander Lazarev returned to his old charges last week with more.

  • Sally Beamish, Tolbooth, Stirling

    20 Feb 2006 - CONRAD WILSON - Herald [ review ]


    Beamish at 50 is a composer admired for her finesse, imagination and ability to spring surprises.

  • RSNO, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow

    20 Feb 2006 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ review ]

    Glasgow, Saturday night, and a blistering set of Shostakovich performances from the RSNO.

  • Phil Bancroft & David Milligan, The Lot, Edinburgh

    20 Feb 2006 - ROB ADAMS - Herald [ review ]

    As Scotland's established saxophone-piano duo heads increasingly into the international market, there's room at home certainly for another, especially this one on this form.

  • One World Peace Concert, Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh

    20 Feb 2006 - ROB ADAMS - Herald [ review ]

    Held as part of the month-long International Festival of Middle Eastern Spirituality and Peace, this concert did its level best to promote a feeling of artistic inclusiveness.

  • James Ross, FOLK REVIEW

    19 Feb 2006 - NORMAN CHALMERS - Scotland on Sunday [ review ]

    From Wick, where he took up accordion, James Ross graduated.

  • Burning questions

    18 Feb 2006 - Scotsman [ comment ]

    So, T in the Park 2006 revealed some of its line-up this week, and it's already got something for everyone.

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