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  • Ayrshire festival has Jools in the crown

    13 Apr 2006 - Tim Cornwell - Scotsman [ news ]

    THE pianist, bandleader and former Squeeze member Jools Holland and The Teardrop Explodes singer Julian Cope, will be among the performers at the Burns an' a' that! festival.

  • Professor Robin Orr

    13 Apr 2006 - John Calder - Independent [ obituary ]

    Composer and founding chairman of Scottish Opera who promoted the cause of modern music.

  • Sounds great in new T arena

    12 Apr 2006 - Scotsman [ news ]

    THE organisers of T in the Park are set to add a new 8000 capacity arena to this year's festival.

  • Salsa Celtica

    12 Apr 2006 - Sophie Heawood - Guardian [ review ]

    It is not often that a salsa concert takes a break for a bagpipe solo, but that juxtaposition is Salsa Celtica's unique selling point.

  • Robin Orr

    12 Apr 2006 - Robert Crawford - Herald [ obituary ]

    Robin Orr, former professor of music at Glasgow University and the first chairman of Scottish Opera, has died aged 96.

  • Black Death and other reasons to be cheerful

    11 Apr 2006 - Sue Wilson - Scotsman [ feature ]

    THE second album is supposed to be difficult.

  • SCO/Anderszewski

    11 Apr 2006 - Rowena Smith - Guardian [ review ]

    Having opened his three-concert Mozart series with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra with a couple of the composer's less familiar concertos, it was only fitting that Piotr Anderszewski concluded it with two of his blockbusters.

  • Homegame still going ahead despite bird flu alert

    10 Apr 2006 - Scottish Music Centre [ news ]

    Well, you've no doubt heard about all the commotion going on up here in sunny Cellardyke.

  • Just the kind of souvenir every jazzer brings back from Japan

    10 Apr 2006 - Scotsman [ feature ]

    When his 'holiday' became a sell-out tour, Bill Wells wanted to return the compliment.

  • Voice of youth hits right note

    10 Apr 2006 - KENNETH WALTON - Scotsman [ feature ]

    AT A TIME when musical education policy in Scotland is struggling to find focus and direction, one organisation is swimming against the tide of mediocrity.

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