Shortened concert performances of Charpentier’s Médée and Rameau’s Les Boréades, as part of the Edinburgh International Festival.
As part of the Edinburgh International Festival Sir Andrew Davis directs this powerful and dramatic concert performance, with a cast of exceptional international soloists.
Powerful music by Haydn in the beautiful setting of St Mary's Cathedral. 'You will have to go a long way to hear finer choral singing than this' (International Record Review). Join them for their much anticipated Festival Fringe concert.
Composers Richard Reed Parry and Bryce Dessner, take as inspiration the different wave cycles of the world’s oceans in a work for string orchestra and film and performed at the Edinburgh International Festival.
Beethoven’s mighty setting of the Mass is one of the grandest and greatest choral works ever composed, taking listeners on a profound spiritual journey through turbulent doubt to ultimate redemption. Part of the Edinburgh International Festival.
The SCO and Parisian technologists Chevalvert present a concert providing families with the opportunity to see and hear music from Festival 2015. Adults and young people can delight together in the visual beauty of music.
This year’s Virgin Money Fireworks Concert brings Edinburgh’s summer festival season to a spectacular conclusion.
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.”