Michael Alexander speaks to the director of Dundee University Operatic Society Neil Lavin - and finds him to be in fine voice!
Michael Alexander meets staff and students at Perth College UHI which has been voted the number one university to study music business in the UK.
Michael Alexander meets Falkland violin collector and Violin Shop owner Bob Beveridge - and discovers he has more than a few strings to his bow
Michael Alexander speaks to several Tayside record shops about a resurgence in music cassette sales. But are 'tapes' a sound idea or simply another passing fad?
Coldplay and Tim Burton support St Andrews-raised music engineer Olga’s shared parental pay campaign
Members of Coldplay, film director Tim Burton and other notable artists have teamed up with 30 MPs from across the political spectrum to support a St Andrews-raised music recording engineer’s campaign to make Shared Parental Pay (ShPP) available to self-employed mothers.
It is the enchanting spectacle in the heart of a Perthshire forest that last year fought off the likes of the Magical Lantern Festival in London and the Diwali Festival of Lights to be crowned Britain’s best cultural event at the UK Event Awards.
A St Andrews-raised music recording engineer who has worked with Coldplay, The Foo Fighters and Beatles producer Sir George Martin, has launched a national campaign to make Shared Parental Pay (ShPP) available to self-employed mothers.
Dundee Contemporary Arts will welcome an exciting night of music to accompany Clare Woods’ current exhibition, a Victim of Geography – a raw and powerful array of oil painted aluminium sheets.
Trumpet virtuoso and former principal of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland John Wallace goes back to his Fife roots when he leads De Profundis – the East Neuk Festival’s ‘Big Project’ for 2017.
‘The anger behind our songs is as relevant now as it was in the 1970s’, says Skids front man Richard Jobson
Ahead of 40th anniversary tour gigs in Montrose and Dunfermline, The Skids frontman Richard Jobson speaks to Michael Alexander about his love for the Fife and Angus coast – and why the “passionate” songs he wrote in the 1970s are as relevant as ever in today’s troubled political times.