The Queen’s Hall is looking forward to an amazingly packed programme of shows this summer.

From the Red Hot Chilli Pipers to Capercaillie, Edinburgh’s own Dean Owens and the Celtabilly Allstars and Fife’s King Creosote there is a wealth of talent about to grace the stage in Newington during the Fringe.

The season begins before then with the Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival  from 15 July, with great Scottish jazz featured in the programme which also includes jazz greats from Europe and America.

Following hot on the heels of the Jazz Festival, there will be a series of morning concerts during the Edinburgh International Festival and then the hall is cleared and rearranged for a musical feast each evening.

The Queen’s Hall Series opens with the Australian Chamber Orchestra under charismatic director Richard Tognetti. Tickets from £9 here. International opera star Danielle de Niese will join the Dunedin Consort under Music Director John Butt on Saturday 13 August at 11am. Tenebrae the beautiful chamber choir with director Nigel Short will visit on 17 August 2016 at 11am when their programme will include Bruckner’s Ave Maria.

Box Office T 0131 668 2019 10am to 5.15pm

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