United Kingdom Edinburgh International Festival 2019  – Beethoven, Lutoslawski, Debussy, Fauré, Mendelssohn: Sheku Kanneh-Mason (cello), Isata Kanneh-Mason (piano), Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh, 7.8.2019. (SRT)
United Kingdom Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019  – Rossini, Il Signor Brushino: Cambridge University Opera Society / Jamie Conway (musical director), St Cuthbert’s Church (Venue 122), 5.8.2019. (SRT)
United Kingdom Various: Yuja Wang (piano), Andreas Ottensamer (clarinet), Queens Hall, Edinburgh, 3.8.2019. (GT)
United Kingdom Edinburgh International Festival 2019  – Barber, Adams, Tchaikovsky: Yuja Wang (piano), Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra / Gustavo Dudamel (conductor), Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 4.8.2019. (GT)
United Kingdom Edinburgh International Festival 2019  – Mahler: Miah Persson (sop), Anna Larsson (mezzo) Edinburgh Festival Chorus (director; Aidan Oliver), Los Angeles Philharmonic / Gustavo Dudamel (conductor), Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 3.8.2019. (SRT)
United Kingdom Bach, Beethoven, J. Strauss II, R. Strauss, Adams, Williams, and Holst: Sopranos and Altos of the RSNO Chorus, Royal Scottish National Orchestra / Ben Palmer (conductor), Usher Hall, 16.6.2019. (GT)
Edinburgh Sunday Classics 2019-2020
For some years, the series of international orchestral concerts, traditionally held on Sunday afternoons, has been a highlight in Edinburgh musical life. The season follows the Edinburgh International Festival maintaining a cultural level emphasizing the status of Scotland’s capital as the center of Scottish arts and music.
The series allows an opportunity for Edinburgh music lovers to compare the standards of the nation’s national orchestras with the best international ensembles. In the season starting in October are several well-known ‘friends’ who have visited in past years, and several orchestras who offer something quite fresh for Edinburgh audiences.
United Kingdom Verdi, Aida: Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra of Opera North / Sir Richard Armstrong (conductor), Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 21.5.2019. (SRT)