SCO Bassoons Peter Whelan and Alison Green, joined by Graeme Brown, wish everyone a Merry Christmas with the late Kevin McCrae's Festive Medley for Bassoon Trio.
SCO Connect has been a little busy recently, hunting for things that go bump in the night!
In February, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is joined on the stage of the Usher Hall by a choir of 300 pupils from primary schools across Edinburgh for a family concert full of songs about the kind of creatures that live under your bed...
Artur Pizarro recently spoke to ARTINFO UK about his upcoming performances with the SCO.
When I saw the email confirming my week's work experience I was thrilled! The prospect of seeing how the Scottish Chamber Orchestra operate and working with all the different departments really excited me.
We're really looking forward to the SCO Chorus' second performance of the 2012/13 Season, when it joins the Orchestra in Edinburgh (29 November) and Glasgow (30 November) for Choral Romance. We spoke with Roderick Wylie, bass in the SCO Chorus, to get some background on the upcoming concert...
Last night's concert at Frankfurt Alte Oper was the SCO's last performance on the continent as part of its pan-European Tour. SCO Violin Aisling O'Dea found time to send a quick snapshot of the beautiful venue, Alte Oper, and a note on what it meant for her to peform in Frankfurt with the SCO.
Following a great performance in Lucerne on Friday evening, the Orchestra boarded a train to the next stop on its European tour: Frankfurt Alte Oper! Over the weekend we also made time to head into the studio to record Beethoven's Symphony No 6. The SCO returns to the UK tomorrow for a performance at the Barbican in London before making a welcome return home to Scotland!