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  • Get set to join the party

    20 Oct 2005 - Vicky Davidson - Evening Times [ feature ]

    CELTIC Connections 2006 is shaping up to be the biggest and best yet.

  • Festival to open with Spanish connection

    20 Oct 2005 - PHIL MILLER, Arts Correspondent - Herald [ news ]

    THE 13th Celtic Connections, one of Europe's most popular traditional music festivals, is to start on a Spanish note next year.

  • The silenced voices

    20 Oct 2005 - ELEANOR COWIE - Herald [ news ]

    They were bound to say nothing while all around them an ensemble of voices debated their future.

  • Chamber players wooing crowds from Osaka to Perth

    20 Oct 2005 - ANNA MILLAR - Scotsman [ feature ]

    A SPELLBOUND audience leapt to their feet in rapturous applause as soprano Lisa Milne and the Belcea Quartet brought the selected works of Arnold Schönberg to a thunderous, dizzying close at this year's Edinburgh International Festival.

  • Joyce - THE ARCHES

    19 Oct 2005 - Scotsman [ review ]

    THINK of the smuggest thing you can possibly imagine.

  • Grand Master of Jazz Meets Musical Youth

    13 Oct 2005 - Scottish Music Centre [ news ]

    About 50 years in age difference are between the members of The National Youth Jazz Orchestra of Scotland (NYJOS) and guest saxophonist Olaf Vas, who will join the orchestra on stage at Òran Mór, Glasgow, on Sunday, 6 November 2005 (7.

  • University honour for singer Midge

    12 Oct 2005 - Scotsman [ news ]

    Musician and humanitarian Midge Ure is to be recognised for his efforts both on and off stage when he is presented with an honorary degree.

  • Fopp calls the tune with redundancies

    12 Oct 2005 - KRISTY DORSEY, Deputy Business Editor - Herald [ news ]

    SCOTTISH music retailer Fopp has further cut its administrative presence north of the border by serving redundancy notices to its accounting and human resources staff in Glasgow.

  • Something to celebrate

    12 Oct 2005 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ comment ]

    SOMEONE, somewhere, recently triggered a tantalising if misleading rumour about composer Sally Beamish: that her 50th birthday was going to be marked in her adopted homeland of Scotland by a series of performances of her music.

  • Pelléas et Mélisande

    11 Oct 2005 - Andrew Clements - Guardian [ review ]

    The Royal Scottish National Orchestra has a new music director, the 33-year-old Frenchman Stéphane Denève, and this season's programmes have a certain freshness, with Denève's imprint clear to see.

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