Edinburgh International Festival
We are unveiling the programs which make event of Edinburgh International festival’s 70’s anniversary, it will run from 4th August to 28th August welcoming about 2000 artists from 40 nations to perform in Scotland city. This year its gonna be huge than ever.
Major craftsmen incorporate British bass-baritone Sir Bryn Terfel, vocalist lyricist Jarvis Cocker, widely acclaimed conductor Riccardo Chailly, dramatist Alan Ayckbourn, Sitar player and author Anoushka Shankar, Australian chanteuse Meow, violinist Nicola Benedetti and Mercury Prize champ PJ Harvey.
International Fringe festival starts with free public outdoor Mega art- Event “BLOOM” showing explosion of color,vibrancy & supports Festival produced by 59 Production & creators Harmoonium project & Deep Time.
Theatre highlights include The Old Vic & The Divide
The Contemporary music program “The Magnetic Fields” by Mercury prize winner stars and Music Celebration by Edinburgh’s Own “The Incredible String Band”
Fairy-Tale “Meow Meow’s little Mermaid” by Meow Meow throughout August
An extended Opera program presents works from all ages and for all cravings. The nine musical dramas will speak to both prepared fans and musical show newcomers alike. Highlights incorporate great musical shows Puccini’s La bohème, Verdi’s Macbeth, and Mozart’s Don Giovanni.
Moreover world leading Orchestras visiting this year festival Filarmonica Della Scala with Ricardo Chailly. The Philharmonica Orchestra with Sir Andrew Davis.
One of the world’s most Dance Company, Nederlands Dans Theater, comes back to Edinburgh following a 11 year nonattendance, and hip-jump lands at The Lyceum Theater with East London’s Boy Blue Entertainment. Kid Blue likewise performs at Castlebrae Community High School which is transformed into an execution setting surprisingly, the summit of a three-year residency between the International Festival and the school.
The Edinburgh International Festival will by and by be conveyed to a Virgin Money Fire-works Concert on Monday 28 August with the Virgin Money Fireworks Concert, when more than 400,000 firecrackers will blast into the sky above Edinburgh Castle, choreographed to unrecorded music from the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.