David Eustace is exhibiting for the second time at The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh. The works draw on four rich portfolios: Isle of Harris, New York Desert Landscapes and Bridge.
Verdi’s Stabat Mater and Te Deum, followed – in almost complete contrast – by Ottorino Respighi’s Fontane di Roma and his Pini di Roma brought my Edinburgh Festival reviews to a soaring close. Continue reading Filarmonica della Scala 2
The opera, La boheme, is set in Paris in 1830, and reflects the birth of Bohemian culture, blending nostalgia and innovation, and brought to life with drama, music, voices and lovely instrumental contributions in harmony.
Under conductor, Gianandrea Noseda, Verdi’s superb opera of Macbeth is stunning at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre.
Artist, Kate Downie, RSA, has a unique insight into international human travel and the means and effects of ‘the world on the move’. Continue reading Anatomy of Haste
The Opening Concert of this year’s Edinburgh International Festival featured Haydn’s Symphony No 94 in G major – ‘The Surprise’ – and Mendelssohn’s Symphony No 2 Lobgesang Op 52.