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Salle: Greyfriars Kirk, Edimbourg

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AdresseGreyfriars Place
Google maps55° 56' 50.739" N 3° 11' 35.836" W
octobre 2023
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EdimbourgThe Sixteen's Choral Pilgrimage 2023: A Watchful Gaze. Edinburgh

Byrd, Van Wilder, de Monte, Tabakova, Clemens non Papa
Harry Christophers; The Sixteen

EdimbourgSnow on SnowWorld premiere

Poulenc, Capperauld, Whitacre, Collin, Holst, McDowall, Warlock, Swayne, Taverner
Gregory Batsleer; Scottish Chamber Orchestra Chorus; Philip Higham
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Trials of love told vividly by the Dunedin Consort in Edinburgh

John Butt and the Dunedin Consort are joined by Anna Dennis and Matthew Brook in “Trials of Love”, two Baroque cantatas illustrating the perils of infatuated love from Scarlatti and Handel.

Seasonal joy from Ludus Baroque at Greyfriars Kirk

Edinburgh’s Ludus Baroque joined by the Marian Consort bring seasonal joy and Baroque warmth in a complete performance of Bach’s Christmas Oratorio.

Ancient and Modern Christmas icons

Britten’s Ceremony of Carols with pieces by Tavener, MacMillan and Lauridsen contrast with Byrd and Dowland in a thoughtful and moving performance of Christmas musical icons from the Scottish Chamber Orchestra Chorus.

Jazzy Blue Spirits as Cadenza comes of age at the Fringe

The Scottish première of Will Todd's Mass in Blue was a joyous coming of age concert for the Cadenza choir at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time transfixes Edinburgh International Festival audience

A stellar quartet deliver Messiaen's time-stopping depiction of the eternal in Edinburgh's Greyfriars Kirk.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe: Intense Bruch and powerful Bruckner from Orchestra of the Canongait

Despite the accolades heaped upon the Berlin Philharmonic and Sir Simon Rattle’s performance and recording of this version of Bruckner’s 9th symphony with its unfinished finale, performances worldwide remain few and far between.

World première of James MacMillan's Since it was the Day of Preparation...

At one extreme of musical preparation, early music specialists rely on research to ensure authentic performance of music by composers long dead. At the other, composers writing today might well be acquainted with the performers and consult them on the technical possibility of some passages and attend rehearsals.

Baltic Renaissance: Scottish Ensemble in Greyfriars Kirk

Built on the site of a Franciscan friary which was dissolved in 1559, Greyfriars Kirk is one of the treasures of Edinburgh's 'Old Town'. A rich tradition of music-making has grown there, due to its striking interior and fantastic acoustic.