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  • Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Liquid Room, Edinburgh

    7 Feb 2006 - KEITH BRUCE - Herald [ review ]

    Digital radio is now so portable it can turn up to tape gigs many miles north of Maida Vale, so BBC 6 was parked outside for this visit by two acclaimed outfits from either coast of the USA, both mapping out their own new territory.

  • Proclaimers sound happy to win deaf poll vote

    6 Feb 2006 - Edinburgh Evening News [ news ]

    THE Proclaimers have been voted the 'Sound of Scotland' according to a new poll - by a national deaf charity.

  • Scottish Opera, Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

    6 Feb 2006 - AMY PARKER - Herald [ comment ]

    Vive the Costa Del Sol! Although it is difficult to shake off images of scorched torsos, jangly donkeys and sombreros, what better way to escape the shivering winter than with An Evening in Spain in the company of Scottish Opera? .

  • Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh

    6 Feb 2006 - ROB ADAMS - Herald [ review ]

    Not for the first time, the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra successfully got its teeth into music from an era of jazz that was bygone before any of this youthful big band's members was born.

  • 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.

  • SCOTTISH NATIONAL JAZZ ORCHESTRA ****

    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.

  • SCOTTISH ENSEMBLE ****

    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.

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