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Music news and reviews

Review: Ryedale Festival: Dunedin Consort; St Martin-on-the-Hill, Scarborough

Scouting For Girls

Review: Scouting For Girls, York Racecourse Music Showcase Weekend, last Saturday

Ryedale Festival: Ex Cathedra, Ampleforth Abbey, last Saturday

Review: Ryedale Festival: Triple Concert; Castle Howard

Scouting For Girls

Scouting For Girls return to York Racecourse on Saturday after winning performance in 2011

Sir Tom Jones. Picture: BBC

Racing certainty as Sir Tom Jones performs at York Racecourse tonight

The Felice Brothers

The Felice Brothers make emotional album ahead of Deer Shed Festival appearance tonight

Review: Jessie’s Fund 20th Anniversary Concert, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, York, June 27

Mary Chapin Carpenter

Review: Mary Chapin Carpenter, Platform Festival, Old Station, Pocklington, Thursday

It's the girl!: Bette Midler

Review: Bette Midler, Divine Intervention, Leeds First Direct Arena, Wednesday

York soprano Rebecca Newman

York soprano Rebecca Newman will talk the talk and sing the sing on Sir Terry Wogan's BBC Radio 2 show on Sunday

York Minster chorister Felix Kirkby to give piano recital in Minster School Hall this evening

Review: The Ebor Singers, St Olave’s Church, Marygate, July 11

Review: York Early Music Festival: International Young Artists Competition, National Centre for Early Music, York, July 11

Elkie Brooks

Review: Elkie Brooks, Grand Opera House, York, July 9

Kacey Musgraves takes the Biscuits

CD review: Kacey Musgraves, Pageant Material (Decca) ****

Jason Donovan

One good reason why Jason Donovan will play York Barbican next year

The Clerks

Review: York Early Music Festival: The Clerks, The Quire, York Minster, July 9

International Young Artists Competition presenter Catherine Bott

Who will win the International Young Artists Competition tomorrow at the 2015 York Early Music Festival?

Andy Latimer

Fan's review: Camel, York Barbican, July 8

The Sixteen. Picture: Arnaud Stephenson

Review: York Early Music Festival, The Sixteen, York Minster, July 8

The Clerks

The Clerks present Cry God For Harry: Music from the Court of Henry V, in The Quire, York Minster, tomorrow night

The Orlando Consort

Review: York Early Music Festival: Rose Consort of Viols/Orlando Consort, National Centre for Early Music, York, July 7

Morrissey goes to Hull

Hull 1, London 2, Morrissey to play only three autumn shows but at least Yorkshire hosts one

CD review: Barbara Dickson, Sweet Oasis (Cherry Red 7 T’s) ****

Jolie Holland

On The Road with...Texan singer-songwriter Jolie Holland, answering questions in her tour van en route to Yorkshire

York pantomime dame Berwick Kaler gives his support to Bev Jones's wife, Lesley, for Saturday's tribute shows

A Tribute To Bev Jones, A Song and Dance Spectacular, plays the Joseph Rowntree Theatre at the double

CD review: The Deslondes, The Deslondes (New West) ****

The Sixteen. Picture: Molinavisuals

Festival focus on...Harry Christophers, director Of The Sixteen, who present Flight Of Angels at the 2015 York Early Music Festival tomorrow

Early Opera Company director Christian Curnyn

Review: York Early Music Festival, Early Opera Company, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York, July 5

Only two questions for...London Handel Players' harpsichord player Laurence Cummings

Review: York Early Music Festival, Taverner Choir & Players, The Quire, York Minster, July 4

Early Opera Company director Christian Curnyn

Just A Quickie with...Christian Curnyn, director of the Early Opera Company

Five hours of the Grateful Dead for the last time via satellite on Monday at City Screen, York

Kymberley Kennedy, heading for York's Little Festival of Live Music

York's Little Festival of Live Music will support York Mind in September

Bryan Josh of Mostly Autumn

York band Mostly Autumn release concert version of killer concept album

Béla Perencz as The Dutchman, left, Mats Almgren as Daland and Alwyn Mellor as Senta. Picture by Robert Workman

Review: Opera North in The Flying Dutchman, Leeds Town Hall and on tour

Review: York Symphony Orchestra/Jamieson; Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York

Paul Heaton at Dalby Forest. Picture by Mike Cowling for Forestry Commission

Review: Heaton and Abbott more beautiful than the south at Dalby Forest

York Symphony Orchestra's summer concert on Sunday

Tom Odell at Dalby Forest. Picture by David Harrison

Review: Tom Odell, Forest Live, Dalby Forest, Thursday

David Tudor as Art Garfunkel and Dean Elliott as Paul Simon

Review: The Simon & Garfunkel Story, Grand Opera House, York, Wednesday

The Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain

Review: The Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain, Grand Opera House, York, June 17

CD review: Meg Baird, Don’t Weigh Down The Light (Wichita Records) ***

CD review: Robin Gibb, Saved by the Bell, The Collected Works 1968–1970 (Reprise) ****

Andreas Staier

York Early Music Festival brings entente cordiale to Anglo-French musical relations

Sarah Cracknell

CD review: Sarah Cracknell, Red Kite (Cherry Red Records) ****

Woody Woodmansey’s Holy Holy play David Bowie's The Man Who Sold The World at The Welly, Hull, tonight

Marc Almond: "badly kept secret special guest"

Review: Woody Woodmansey’s Holy Holy, Leeds O2 Academy, Sunday

Sarah Cracknell

Sarah Cracknell's sound of summer at Leeds City Varieties

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