Kenneth Walton

Kenneth Walton

Album reviews: Joshua Radin | Screaming Trees | Fruit Tree Foundation | Classical | Jazz | World

Our critics take a look at some of this week's new releases...

Classical & Opera: Melvyn Tan, pianist

Pianist Melvyn Tan's Edinburgh International Festival performance will be a blend of old and new as he compares the structure of Scarlatti and John Cage - whose instructions for piano tuning are a little unconventional

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Album reviews: Steve Mason & Dennis Bovell | Alphabet Saints | Lach | Folk | Jazz | Classical

OUR critics review some of the best and worst of this week's new releases...

Classical & Opera: Petroc Trelawny, conductor

HOW do you take your BBC Proms? It's all very well for those within striking distance of London's Royal Albert Hall to experience in person, night after night between 15 July and 10 September, the world's biggest and best orchestral festival.

Concert review: East Neuk Festival

East Neuk Festival Kilrenny Church & St Monan's Church, Fife ****

Opera review: Seven Angels

Seven Angels Tramway, Glasgow ***

Interview: Richard Egarr, harpsichordist and conductor

At the East Neuk Festival, Richard Egarr is confident he can deal not only with the complexity of Bach, but also with the bad press his instrument has had over the years

Album reviews: Dave Stewart | Foster the People | Gillian Welch | Classical | Jazz | Folk | World

Our critics review some ot the best and worst of this week's new releases...

Classical & Opera: Au revoir Academy, as Conservatoire gears up for its big rebrand

AT THE graduation ceremony on Tuesday 5 July, the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama will confer degrees bearing the iconic RSAMD nomenclature for the very last time.

Album reviews: Bon Iver | Patrick Wolf | Jacob Yates | Classical | Jazz | Folk | World

Our critics review the best and worst of this week's new releases...

Classical & Opera: St Magnus explores a bit further afield

Though cuts have raised questions over the future of the Orkney arts festival, director Alasdair Nicholson's careful expansion of a very successful event bodes well

Classical review: The Da Vinci Trio, Glasgow


Classical and Opera: Bunfight of Brahms, beards and Bieber…

An ambitious programme of chamber music is set to ring out in Glasgow's West End this month, with a curiously-named ensemble acting as the linchpin

Concert review: Jack Liebeck & Katya Apekisheva

Jack Liebeck & Katya Apekisheva City Halls, Glasgow ****

Opera as part of a finely balanced diet

Financial strictures, past and future, are forcing our national company to trim its sails, but amid the obvious artistic tensions, experimentalism lives on

Concert review: Kronos in Glasgow

Kronos in Glasgow Glasgow Royal Concert Hall *****

Opera review: Scottish Opera - Rigoletto


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