Concerts & Tickets

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Schubert Symphony No 3

Tickets: £16
  • Dvořák
  • Mendelssohn
    Concert Pieces (18') No 1 in F minor op 113 and No 2 in D minor op 114
  • Bartók
  • Schubert

Join the Orchestra in Castle Douglas for a summer evening’s concerts under the baton of acclaimed conductor James Lowe. The programme includes Dvořák’s relaxed and light Czech Suite and Bartók’s fiery folk-inspired dances. Mendelssohn’s Concert Pieces showcase the magnificent talent of the Orchestra’s principal clarinet players, Maximiliano Martín and William Stafford, as soloists while Schubert’s playful Third Symphony, written when the composer was just 18 years old, is both humorous and delicious.

Schubert Symphony No 3

19:30, Paisley Abbey
Tickets: £16
  • Dvořák
  • Mendelssohn
    Concert Pieces (18') No 1 in F minor op 113 and No 2 in D minor op 114
  • Bartók
  • Schubert

Join the Orchestra in  Paisley  for a summer evening’s concerts under the baton of acclaimed conductor James Lowe. The programme includes Dvořák’s relaxed and light Czech Suite and Bartók’s fiery folk-inspired dances. Mendelssohn’s Concert Pieces showcase the magnificent talent of the Orchestra’s principal clarinet players, Maximiliano Martín and William Stafford, as soloists while Schubert’s playful Third Symphony, written when the composer was just 18 years old, is both humorous and delicious.

Tickets for performances in Paisley Abbey can also be purchased from the Abbey shop:

Paisley Abbey Shop
Abbey Close
Paisley
Renfrewshire
PA1 1JG
0141 889 7654

Schubert Symphony No 3

Tickets: £16
  • Dvořák
  • Mendelssohn
    Concert Pieces (18') No 1 in F minor op 113 and No 2 in D minor op 114
  • Bartók
  • Schubert

Join the Orchestra in Kilmarnock for a summer evening’s concerts under the baton of acclaimed conductor James Lowe. The programme includes Dvořák’s relaxed and light Czech Suite and Bartók’s fiery folk-inspired dances. Mendelssohn’s Concert Pieces showcase the magnificent talent of the Orchestra’s principal clarinet players, Maximiliano Martín and William Stafford, as soloists while Schubert’s playful Third Symphony, written when the composer was just 18 years old, is both humorous and delicious.

Don't miss our family activities in the morning from 10am! Get the chance to meet the SCO musicians, try out instruments from the SCO Instrument Armoury and enjoy pop-up concerts for babies and toddlers and a showcase performance of local ensembles and workshop participants at 12noon.

 

Tickets can also be purchased from:

Kilmarnock Grand Hall 
RGM Music
24 Nelson Street
Kilmarnock
KA1 1BA

01563 537711