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  • RSNO, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow

    13 Mar 2006 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ review ]

    Let's be categoric about a number of issues following Saturday night's rather amazing RSNO concert in which the orchestra was conducted by its French music director, Stephane Deneve, in music by Ravel, Richard Strauss and Tchaikovsky.

  • Passion for sax in the city, Aberdeen Jazz Festival

    13 Mar 2006 - ROB ADAMS - Herald [ news ]

    In its third year, Aberdeen Jazz Festival is a steadily growing success story and a perhaps unlikely in one respect at least.

  • Light, but not lightweight

    11 Mar 2006 - Mark Monahan - Daily Telegraph [ feature ]

    Scottish Ballet is rehearsing at Glasgow's Theatre Royal, and rehearsing hard.

  • Tommy Smith Group **** THE LOT, EDINBURGH

    10 Mar 2006 - KENNY MATHIESON - Scotsman [ review ]

    TOMMY Smith had not led an all-Scottish band since the early 1980s until he launched this quartet last year.

  • Show me the money

    10 Mar 2006 - Tim Cornwell - Scotsman [ news ]

    Sometimes art can mean jumping out of a plane.

  • Birthday Beamish

    10 Mar 2006 - Keith Bruce - Herald [ comment ]

    LATEST date of the Dundee Chamber Music Club is Thursday, March 16, when the Emperor String Quartet continues the celebrations of Sally Beamish's half-century.

  • Ten Scots artists cash in on 30,000 prizes

    10 Mar 2006 - PHIL MILLER - Herald [ news ]

    Ten poets, artists, writers, composers and dancers were last night honoured with Scotland's most lucrative arts prizes.

  • Davies, McPherson premieres

    9 Mar 2006 - Rowena Smith - Guardian [ review ]

    Polymath composer Iannis Xenakis famously explored the relationship between music and architecture; in drawing inspiration from architectural sources, Tansy Davies is following in illustrious footsteps.

  • My Latest Novel **** THE VENUE, EDINBURGH

    9 Mar 2006 - Scotsman [ review ]

    THEY may have slipped under the radar of both large-scale acclaim and passing local fads, but there is no doubt, in my mind at least, that My Latest Novel are one of the finest bands singing with Scots accents today.

  • Ivor Cutler

    8 Mar 2006 - DAVID BELCHER - Herald [ obituary ]

    Despite being a late starter, Ivor Cutler, who has died aged 83, leaves behind several life-times' worth of work across a wide range of artistic disciplines.

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