Published On: Tue, Dec 26th, 2017 at 1:09pm

What’s on this New Year in Edinburgh

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Apart from the Street Party and all that is Edinburgh’s Hogmanay there are other things to do!

 

Here is a small selection for you to consider.

Afore the Bells: Hogmanay at the Queen’s Hall-Sun 31 Dec, 9pm: To welcome 2018, celebrate one of Scotland’s best loved holidays- Hogmanay. Enjoy food, drink and dancing. The night will begin with champagne, then a ceilidh (inexperienced dancers need not fear, as the dances will be explained). A snack portion of haggis, neeps and tatties will also be served to keep revellers going into the early hours (vegetarian options available).

Tickets: £47.50 (£7.50 for under 16s). Address:  85-89 Clerk St, Edinburgh EH8 9JG

 

 

Scottish Chamber Orchestra: Chaos and Creation- 11 Jan, 7.30pm:

JF Rebel: Les Élémens, symphonie nouvelle
Dvořák: Biblical Songs
Martinů: Rhapsody-Concerto for Viola & Orchestra
Haydn: Symphony No 96 ‘Miracle’

Robin Ticciati: conductor; Karen Cargill: mezzo soprano; Jane Atkins: viola

This concert varies widely- including Rebel’s Les Élémens, an eighteenth-century work famed for its dramatic evocation of creation, to Martinů’s small-scale concerto – his Viola Rhapsody. Included between these two pieces are the exquisite Biblical  songs of Dvořák. The concert will conclude with Haydn’s Symphony no. 96.

Tickets cost between £11-£34, with concessions available.

Casals String Quartet
Mon 15 Jan 7.45pm: Cuarteto Casals are celebrating their 20th anniversary with a series of Beethoven string quartets: Op 18 no 2 in G major
Op 14 no 1 in F major
Op 135 in F major

Ticket prices range between £12-£20 (concessions available).


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