The Scottish Chamber Orchestra is made up of a unique collection of talented musicians who inspire and connect with people of all ages. We aim to provide as many opportunities as possible for people to hear live orchestral music by touring the length and breadth of Scotland and around the world as proud ambassadors for Scottish cultural excellence. In collaboration with the venues we regularly perform in, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is committed to ensuring that everyone can enjoy our performances, regardless of their access needs. You can find out more about our partner venues and plan your visit by clicking the links below.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh
The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh
City Halls, Glasgow
Concert Hall, Perth
Music Hall, Aberdeen
Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews
If you would like to receive a copy of our Season Brochure in braille, please Contact Us.
For all SCO concerts, we offer 50% off full price tickets to people with a disability and 50% off for their companion too. A limited number of free tickets are also available for full-time carers. Please contact the venue box office for further details.
FREE TICKETS FOR THOSE AGED 18 AND UNDER
Anyone aged 18 or under can attend most SCO concerts for free, but under 16s must be accompanied by a paying adult. Contact the venue box office for full details and to book.
With the support of our Creative Learning Partner Baillie Gifford, the SCO is running NEW VIBE in partnership with the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). NEW VIBE is designed for teenagers with moderate to severe mental health difficulties who are referred into the project by CAMHS. Led by a team of specially trained musicians, the project is supported by peer mentors drawn from other SCO projects and members of the CAMHS team.
Discover more about NEW VIBE here.
If you have any questions about the accessibility of this website, in our programme or offers, please do not hesitate to Contact Us.
The photo above is from Soundmoves, a collaborative and creative project for primary classes using music, movement and film making, developed as part of the SCO Wester Hailes Residency. Read more about Soundmoves here.