Posts Tagged ‘music’

They’re not kidding when they call it the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience! From the show’s actual composer Ramin Djawadi rocking out on an electric guitar before hopping on the piano and exploding in a plume of wildfire; to a violinist suspended 30 feet in the air while a cascade of red weirwood leaves fall from the ceiling above her; to snow and fire raining down on the stage and audience alongside the visuals of dragons and white walkers, it was – without a doubt – one of the most immersive musical spectacles I’ve seen in years.

(And – making me grateful that the European leg of the tour started so late in the run of the TV show – they played my all-time favourite Game of Thrones track, ‘Light of the Seven’!)

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Halloween at the Kelvingrove might have been an unmitigated disaster, but Psycho Live with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra was incredible. 🚿🔪🎻🎶

And, because there were no rows A or B, we inadvertently had front-row seats!

Edinburgh International Film Festival and Royal Scottish National Orchestra present Raiders of the Lost Ark with live orchestral score!

Before that however: a trip to the National Museum of Scotland, where I 100% wore this necklace for the sole purpose of taking this photo.

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Live at The Hug and Pint, Glasgow (17/10/16) with the always wonderful Jay Brannan (who’s officially rivalling Cher for farewell tours). Jay is currently touring through Europe promoting his new EP New York, New York – check his page to see if he’s playing a city near you!

This was actually my 5th time seeing Jay perform, but the first on all of those to pass without incident. Jay told us afterwards that he’d specifically planned his return to Glasgow for a Monday night based on previous experiences!

From a shoot last week with Social Justice Warbler, Drew Peacock: a cabaret performer singing silly songs about serious stuff.

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Kyushu to Shikoku, by way of the Rabbit Island off the coast of Hiroshima. Also featuring Cat Island in Ehime!

If for any reason you can’t see it on YouTube, the video is also available on Vimeo.

(Filmed on a Nikon D800, using a 50mm f1.4 and a 14-24mm f2.8.)

Live at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow. (15/10/14)

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