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Music review: Catrin Finch/Robin Huw Bowen, Edinburgh

CATRIN FINCH / ROBIN HUW BOWEN MERCHISTON CASTLE SCHOOL, EDINBURGH ****

Music review: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Edinburgh

BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA USHER HALL, EDINBURGH ****

Music review: Diego Laverde/ Tistan le Govic and Lise Enochsson, Edinburgh

DIEGO LAVERDE / TRISTAN LE GOVIC & LISE ENOCHSSON MERCHISTON CASTLE SCHOOL, EDINBURGH ****

Music preview: Wide Days

FOR 19-year-old Carrbridge singer Rachel Sermanni, a little networking has gone a long way. Two years ago, at the Loopallu festival in Ullapool, she and a friend set out to find their idols Mumford & Sons.

Music reviews: Love Letters to the Public Transport System | Count Me In

LOVE LETTERS TO THE PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM **** COUNT ME IN *** TRAVERSE, EDINBURGH

Music Review: Royal Scottish National Orchestra

Royal Scottish National Orchestra Usher Hall, Edinburgh ****

Music review: Remembering Tommy Sampson - The Tommy Sampson Big Band

REMEMBERING TOMMY SAMPSON – THE TOMMY SAMPSON BIG BAND QUEEN'S HALL, EDINBURGH

Live review: Edinburgh Schools' Battle Of The Bands, HMV Picture House

Now into its tenth year, the Edinburgh Schools' Battle Of The Bands competition saw eleven aspiring young groups take to the Picture House stage last night.

Gig review: Gren Bartley

*** The Village

Gig review: Jackie Treehorn

*** Henry's Cellar Bar

Review: Carols By Candlelight, Usher Hall

THERE was a sense of pomp at the Usher Hall last night. The performers of Carols By Candlelight not only dressed for the occasion, but quite literally pulled out all the stops with a series of melodies ideally suited to the venue's 97-year-old organ too.

Live review: Phil Cunningham's Christmas Songbook, The Queens Hall

LOOKING for something cockle-warming this bleak midwinter? Then this show is definitely for you. Mix together some brass with some of Scotland's top folk talent, sprinkle liberally with carols and festive favourites and the result is toastier than being baked in a mince pie.

Live review: The Nolans: I'm In The Mood Again, The Usher Hall

SPARKS weren't just blazing through the sky last night, they were lighting up the stage at the Usher Hall as the Nolan sisters brought their first joint tour in 25 years to Edinburgh.

Gig review: The Dead Weather, Picture House

HALLOWEEN came early to the Capital in the gothic form of The Dead Weather. The supergroup, consisting of Jack White, Alison Mosshart, Dean Ferita and Jack Lawrence, brought their dark materials to the Picture House and it was just the thing to cheer up a dismal October evening.

Music review: The Tiger Lillies

THE TIGER LILLIES – THE SONGS OF SHOCKHEADED PETER AND OTHER GORY VERSES **** PLEASANCE COURTYARD (VENUE 33)

Clubs: Musika's Prydz and joy for major gig

MUSIKA are putting on another massive night at Ocean Terminal tomorrow – and they could hardly have booked a bigger calibre guest than Swedish heavyweight Eric Prydz.

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