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Performing arts get gee up at Musselburgh

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Musselburgh Racecourse will be the stage for the presentation of summer, outdoor theatre this August with Shakespeare, a new adaptation of Treasure Island and Scottish Opera set to perform.Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing will...

Music organisations looking for others to collaborate with them

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Four of Scotland’s best known music and performing arts organisations are looking for creative entrepreneurs to get together with them on projects which could transform the way they work and produce exciting new...

Opera Highlights from Scottish Opera

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Any musician will tell you one of the trickiest tasks when putting on a varied performance is forming the programme itself. Finding pieces that complement each other musically can be straightforward, as can finding...

REVIEW – Amadeus & The Bard : 18th Century Cosmic Brothers

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At first glance, one could hardly think of two more different artists than Robert Burns and Wolfgang Mozart, despite the fact that they are almost direct contemporaries. In the popular mindset Burns is the...

Edinburgh Festival 2019 – Opera Ventures and Scottish Opera bring ‘Breaking the Waves’ to...

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'Breaking the Waves' is a wrenching moral drama about a woman’s twisted bargain with God. Based on Lars von Trier’s controversial film, US composer Missy Mazzoli’s opera won the 2017 Best New Opera Award...

Scottish Opera off to New York later this month with BambinO

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Scottish Opera are off to New York to play at the Metropolitan Opera. Hot on the heels of their sell out runs in Edinburgh, Glasgow and a tour to Paris in the next couple of...

Theatre preview: La bohème – Festival Theatre

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La bohème (The bohemians) - The course of true love never did run smooth. It's complicated - so why not Jazz it up a little and shake it all over in a Parisian flea market? The...

Scottish Opera – The Marriage of Figaro

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 Scottish Opera’s hit production of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, directed by the great British baritone Sir Thomas Allen, comes to the Festival Theatre this November.The much loved revival production is on from 9 - 17 November.The...

Scottish Opera at the Brunton Theatre this autumn

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Scottish Opera will bring The Elixir of Love to The Brunton on 29 October as part of a nationwide tour.British director Oliver Platt and designer Oliver Townsend have taken inspiration from the world of...

Scottish Opera to stage seven operas in their new season

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Scottish Opera has just announced details of its new season, when it promises drama, romance, fairy-tale and comedy in its seven powerful operas.A talented cast and creatives from recent years will return alongside some exciting new...

Scottish Opera : Inés de Castro

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If you already have your tickets organised for the Christmas period then perhaps this will allow you to look beyond the festive madness and plan for January when acclaimed Scottish composer, James MacMillan will conduct his...

Don Pasquale brings a taste of Rome to Edinburgh this winter

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Edinburgh will play host to the sights and sounds of the Italian capital as the Scottish Opera presents Donizetti’s masterpiece Don Pasquale for the first time since 1977.In a brand new production for Scottish...

Scottish Opera take school pupils on creative adventure

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School pupils across Scotland are packing up their maps and binoculars for a creative adventure with Scottish Opera as The Legend of Slim McBride and The Lost Tribe comes to primary schools.The 30 minute...

Scottish Opera – Tosca at the Festival Theatre

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IN DEMAND TOSCA PRODUCTION RETURNS TO SCOTTISH STAGE One of Scottish Opera’s most popular productions, Puccini’s Tosca, returns to the Scottish stage this Spring. The internationally celebrated production was first seen in 1980 and has since...

Edinburgh International Festival 2012: What to see

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It might not have an overarching theme, but this year’s Edinburgh International Festival looks set to be one of director Jonathan Mills’s richest offerings, with ten plays, eight dance offerings (nine if you include...

Scottish Opera comes to Musselburgh

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Audiences in Musselburgh will be among the first in the UK to hear a brand new work by composer Gareth Williams as Opera Highlights is staged at the Brunton Theatre on 3 March 2012. Scottish Opera’s inaugural composer in...

Scottish Opera presents The Barber of Seville

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A talented ensemble cast will bring to life the revival of Scottish Opera’s hugely popular production of The Barber of Seville this autumn at The Festival Theatre. Glasgow-born tenor Thomas Walker leads the way as the lovelorn...

Handel’s Orlando comes to Edinburgh for the first time in 25 years

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This February, Scottish Opera presents a brand-new production of Handel’s Orlando - an opera that has not been seen north of the border for 25 years. The production is only the fourth Handel opera to...

Scottish Opera set to inspire school pupils

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Scottish Opera’s new Primary Schools Tour, Scotland, our Scotland!! is set to inspire school pupils across the country. The energetic opera, which P5-P7 pupils all over the country will learn and perform in their own schools,...

Scotland’s Culture Olympiad promises benefits to all

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The significant benefits that culture and creativity are delivering for the people of Scotland have been highlighted by Minister for Culture, Fiona Hyslop. Ahead of this year's Burns Night celebrations, Ms Hyslop attended a...

What’s on this week? – 11th October 2010

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The full council meet on Thursday 14th October at 10am. The trams are on the agenda. See our report on where we are with the trams in our article Trams as at 10th October...

What’s on this week? – 4th October 2010

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Beth Nielson Chapman is singing at The Queen's Hall on Tuesday 5th October and Corinne Bailey Rae is there on Thursday 7th October. More details here.Sunday 10th October a performance of The Planets by...

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