Live performances during this year’s Edinburgh International Festival will be staged in three temporary outdoor pavilions around the capital, designed especially for live performance.
Two of Scotland’s top chamber ensembles’ performance of Arvo Pärt’s ‘Passio…’ at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in Edinburgh will be available to see and hear online.
Review: A season of fifty short digital artworks from Scotland’s National Theatre features several of Scotland’s best-known actors working from isolation on new scripts.
The Brunton Classical Online Series continues with three concerts from the Ryedale Festival recorded in beautiful locations around Yorkshire.
Two competitions for singers, to be held in Dundee in September 2021, will be a feature of the new Opera Festival Scotland – Dundee’s newest arts festival and Scotland’s first festival of opera.
Review: The third in a series of three Brunton Classical online concerts culminates in a masterful Mendelssohn piece, bookended by two contrasting pieces from 20th and 21st centuries.
Light It In Red is a campaign to light buildings in red, and spread words of support for those in the UK live events industry affected by a year of lockdown.
Scottish Opera and University of Edinburgh are seeking a Challenge Respondent to help harness data and develop a digital evaluation tool for Scottish Opera’s long-established Primary Schools Tour.
Throughout March the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) is presenting four weeks of free content featuring four Principal musicians.
As part of International Women’s Day, Dundee-based theatre company Knight’s Theatre is celebrating the legacy of the 20th-century Labour MP and Scottish political pioneer Jennie Lee.
Review: The Resol String Quartet’s performance on the theme of Prodigies Grow Up, is the second in a series of three Brunton Classical online concerts airing from lunch times in February and March.
The Scottish Ensemble has revealed Sally Beamish as the latest classical music star to grace its Musical Book Club guest list, kicking-off a series lasting to mid-April.
From its Musselburgh, East Lothian base, The Brunton is presenting a series of three concerts (streamed as live) in partnership with the Lammermuir Festival and Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, allowing music-lovers to enjoy concerts in their homes.
Review: Available to view until 6th February, Celtic Connections’ Transatlantic Sessions are a long-standing high point of Glasgow’s folk and roots music festival – this year online, but the performances nonetheless sparkling.
An Tobar on the Isle of Mull is repeating two plays first presented last October as part of its Emergence season which were staged and filmed for a digital run.
Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh’s new immersive audio-digital venture, Sound Stage, is a collaborative venture featuring new plays from eight of the best writers in British theatre.
Lux Scotland’s Artists’ Moving Image Festival will now take place throughout 2021, beginning in January with the short film festival Give Birth To Me Tomorrow.
Glasgow’s annual folk, roots and world music festival has announced its full programme of top-quality online events with renowned performers.
Edinburgh’s King’s Theatre has published its first interactive walk-through allowing you to explore front and backstage of the historic venue.
Scottish Opera continues to bring world-class opera into our homes; this time its touring Opera Highlights series is online with an hour of captivating performances.
Glasgow’s annual folk, roots and world music festival is set to go ‘digital-first’ in January, with a full programme of top-quality events with renowned performers, set to be announced on 2nd Dec.
Capital Theatres has launched a Crowdfunder campaign and petition in an urgent appeal for support to prevent the closure of Edinburgh’s King’s and Festival theatres.
Review: In a defiant response to the Covid crisis, Edinburgh International Festival brought together a comprehensive collection of major performances on its YouTube channel from a variety of premier international and Scottish artists, together with major national commissions and special light installations in the Festival’s regular venues across the capital.
Edinburgh International Film Festival has launched a monthly drive-in cinema at Edinburgh Airport showing at weekends for the rest of the year, featuring up to four screenings a day.