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  • Poet of Manhattan

    30 Nov -0001 - Billboard - Herald [ news ]

    HIS missus, Laurie Anderson, having done her turn at Triptych, the great New York songsmith Lou Reed is winding up his sojourn in Europe at the opening concert of Burns an' a' that at Culzean Castle on Friday, May 20, in the company of the Orchestra of Scottish Opera.

  • Erik Chisholm And The Future Of South African Opera

    30 Nov -0001 - Guy Willoughby - Scottish Music Centre [ review ]

    Dark Sonnet/The Pardoner’s Tale, at the UCT Little Theatre.

  • [Anna Meredith]

    30 Nov -0001 - Scotsman [ quote ]


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    30 Nov -0001 - Herald [ quote ]


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    30 Nov -0001 - Guardian [ quote ]


  • Like popping open the champagne

    30 Nov -0001 - Daily Telegraph [ feature ]

    History tells us that a bank of keyboards and a trio of
    studious-looking men isn't the most promising line-up
    for an exciting rock gig.

  • Celtic Connections: Ricky Ross, Glasgow Cathedral

    30 Nov -0001 - JOHN WILLIAMSON - Herald [ review ]

    Only a matter of weeks after the hometown
    nostalgia-fest that is a re-formed Deacon Blue
    concert at the Carling Academy, Glasgow Cathedral
    presents a different set of challenges for Ricky Ross:
    the need to shatter, rather than fulfil, expectations.

  • Why I turned Tom Cruise down

    30 Nov -0001 - Daily Telegraph [ feature ]

    He's worked with Madonna, U2 and Massive
    Attack, as well as scoring the blockbuster
    movies 'Moulin Rouge' and 'Love Actually'.

  • Edinburgh reports: hijacked to the lunatic asylum

    30 Nov -0001 - Daily Telegraph [ review ]

    I adore Debussy's Pelléas et Mélisande beyond
    all other operas, and this vile performance left
    me enraged.

  • What is the RPS?

    30 Nov -0001 - Amanda Holloway - BBC Music Magazine

    The Royal Philharmonic Society has an illustrious history - but what is its relevance today? Amanda Holloway looks at the role the Society has adopted as a champion of contemporary music and musicians.

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