Choreographer Editta Braun and her troupe of female performers unnerve with this piece of surreal dance invention.
The San Francisco Symphony orchestra and St Lawrence String Quartet beguile with lovingly crafted mix of the romantic and contemporary.
Angela Hewitt combines intriguing programming with evocative pianism and fierce, Spanish fire.
Bold, graceful and refreshing: The Cottier Chamber Project bewitches with complex choreographic abstractions mirroring a weighty musical selection.
Scottish Ensemble marks the end of its season with a stunningly delivered assortment of American Songbook, Music Hall and ballroom classics.
Day 3 of Tectonics: Éliane Radigue and the BBC SSO: a welcome mix of mischief and meditation from the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra’s festival of new music.
Incoming director Fergus Linehan announces a full-blooded, though less than exploratory, programme of classical music for this year’s Edinburgh International Festival
A flamenco-infused, multi-disciplinary piece of dance theatre that ranges from exhilarating to clunky.
A strenuous and guttural dance duet exploring the boundaries of trust.
Alice Elms considers how classical music is performed through a series of concerts.
A gutsily performed rendition of two contrasting late Beethoven quartets.
A time-old tale that ensnares with choreographic flair and multi-sensory vigour.
An intimate but energetically bold re-framing of Handel’s ‘little opera’.
An evening that fully embraces the brazen diversity of contemporary composition, with writing from new as well as more experienced composers.