It started with a “B” and ended with a “C” but a whole alphabet of superlatives could be attributed to the performance of pianist Richard Goode at his recital in the Perth Concert hall on Sunday. Excellent, intuitive, inspired, masterful. All these perfectly fit the bill.
Scottish shoegazers The Twilight Sad are set to play tracks from their new album in Dundee this month.
Veteran ex-Pretenders guitarist Billy Bremner is set to play an exclusive double-header in Kinross.
The work of one of Dundee's most revered musical sons is ripe for celebration.
Dunfermline-born punk legend Fay Fife is set to unveil her latest musical project tomorrow night.
I used to advocate a change of format for the Royal Scottish National Orchestra’s Christmas concert but realised that the Snowman was there for keeps, fixed in stone in the RSNO annual programming.
Fife legends The Skids are warming up for Courier Country gigs with a big Glasgow show.
Celtic rock behemoth Big Country are playing on home turf next week.
Hipsway are set to return to Fat Sams on Thursday.
Christmas shows and pantomimes and are often our first experiences of theatre, so it’s important that they deliver a special sort of magic - the unforgettable kind. The Dundee Rep offers all that and more in their latest festive production, The Snow Queen.