This year’s Virgin Money Fireworks Concert brings Edinburgh’s summer festival season to a spectacular conclusion.
SCO Family Days give people of all ages the opportunity to interact with the Orchestra in a variety of venues across Scotland.
Mozart’s irresistible Horn Concerto presents the SCO's own award-winning Principal Horn Alec Frank-Gemmill, and the programme opens with a 150th birthday tribute to Sibelius.
We are delighted to be opening this year's Lammermuir Festival with works by Sibelius, Mozart and Beethoven.
We're delighted to be part of Greyfriar's Kirk "Spark" Festival and to be joined by one of Britain's finest and most respected organists David Briggs for the spectacular Poulenc Concerto for Organ, Timpani and Strings.
This concert opens our 2015/16 Season and kicks off our Brahms Series with Principal Conductor Robin Ticciati.
The Brahms Series continues with the second symphony. When working on the piece, Brahms wrote contentedly to a friend, “The melodies flow so freely that one must be careful not to tread on them.”
SCO Associate Artist and historical performance expert Richard Egarr is famed for his lively, incisive music-making. He directs a cast of renowned soloists in this oratorio that Handel himself prized above all others.
These gorgeous melodies are augmented by a treasure from Sibelius’ only opera The Maiden in the Tower, from which an orchestral suite has been arranged by conductor Tumas Hannikainen
Join us for a day to explore Wagner’s Wesendonck Lieder and Siegfried Idyll, two of the composer’s most performed non-operatic works.
Famed for the elegance and energy of his colourful performances, Principal Guest Conductor Emmanuel Krivine directs the SCO in a powerful programme of richly Romantic music.
Two contrasting but equally powerful works by Jean Sibelius frame Conductor Emeritus Joseph Swensen’s all-Nordic concert, celebrating the 150th anniversaries of both the great Finnish composer and his Danish colleague Carl Nielsen.