sat 22/06/2024

Miranda Heggie

Articles By Miranda Heggie

Hidden Door 10th Birthday Party, St James Quarter, Edinburgh review - going underground

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Mitski, Usher Hall, Edinburgh review - cool and quirky, yet deeply personal

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Scottish Ensemble, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall New Auditorium review - making a move

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Marx in London, Scottish Opera review - the humour of history made manifest

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Ablogin, SCO, Emelyanychev, City Halls, Glasgow review - a happy 50th birthday

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Young Fathers, Usher Hall, Edinburgh review - powerful set from a band who keep pushing boundaries

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Songs of Wars I Have Seen, RSNO, Dunedin Consort, Slorach, Queen's Hall, Edinburgh review - moving portrayal of wartime diaries

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Degun, Scottish Ensemble, Queen's Hall, Edinburgh review - fusion of east and west, ancient and modern

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The Ossianic Ballads, Edinburgh Quartet, Màiri MacMillan, National Library of Scotland review - good ingredients get lost in the mix

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Out of Her Mouth, Dunedin Consort, Mahogany Opera, Hera, Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh review - she carried a watermelon

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L'elisir d'amore, Glyndebourne review - fun and unfussy, with quality at its core

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Kozhukhin, BBCSSO, Menezes, Usher Hall, Edinburgh review - shimmering Saariaho and moody Mendelssohn

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Amidon, Clayton, SCO, Kuusisto, Queen's Hall, Edinburgh review - profuse and outstanding musicianship

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Pritchin, Emelyanychev, SCO Soloists, Queen's Hall, Edinburgh review - chamber music at its most thrilling

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The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow review - Nineties style, Sixties sounds

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Celtic Connections: Juliette Lemoine, Orchestral Qawwali Project review - fusion of myriad musical traditions

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