ED2017 MUSIC

Music at Edinburgh Festival 2017

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Music is one of the Edinburgh Festival’s hidden secrets, with hundreds of great gigs and concerts taking place in the festival city during August. The Edinburgh International Festival offers an excellent programme of classical concerts, while in the Edinburgh Fringe you will find pop, rock, hip hop, jazz, folk, blues, classical and world music.

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ED2017 MUSIC FEATURES



ED2017 MUSIC REVIEWS

Jamie McDowell And Tom Thum (Hey Boss)
Shake, Rattle 'n' Roll (Ian Munro)
SoftLOUD (Sean Shibe)
SoftLOUD (Sean Shibe)25 August 2017

Echoes And Traces (Cappella Nova)
L'Orfeo - English Baroque Soloists, Monteverdi Choir, Sir John Eliot Gardiner (Edinburgh International Festival)
Prévert: Piano And Poetry (Alexandre Prévert)
Edinburgh Renaissance Band - Musical Migrants (Edinburgh Renaissance Band)
Modern Maori Quartet: That's Us! (The Modern Maori Quartet Ltd)
Free Fringe Music (National Museum Of Scotland)
Scottish Superwomen Of Science - Minerva Scientifica (Electric Voice Theatre)
Elsa Jean McTaggart: Sings, Strings And Other Things (Elsa Jean McTaggart)
Simon And Garfunkel: Through The Years (Bookends)
Three Colours Guitar (Declan Zapala, John Wheatcroft and Matt Buchanan)
Cathedral Lunchtime Concerts – Free (St Mary's Cathedral)
Pianologues (Will Pickvance)
The Kingston University Brass Ensemble (Kingston University)
Ukelele Death Squad (Ukelele Death Squad)
The James Taylor Story (Night Owl Productions)
Ensemble Kla_Vier: Four Men, Four Pianos (Ensemble Kla_Vier)
Misha's Gang (Russian String Orchestra)
Cathedral Lunchtime Concerts - Free (St Mary's Cathedral)
Caleidocello (Peter Hudler Cello)
Arbikie Pipers Game Of Drones (Arbikie Pipers)
Violin Variations (Ian Peaston)
The Blues Brothers - Live (Nicholas Abrams And Richard Williamson Present)
Aquapella: Happy Hour (Aquapella)