18 and Under? Free concert tickets!

The internationally celebrated Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) is made up of a unique collection of talented musicians who inspire and connect with people of all ages.

Here's five great concerts that we think you'll love:

U18

8 November 2017
Beethoven Symphony No 5
Experience the sheer power of Beethoven’s masterpiece. Da da da dum….!

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2 November 2017
Copland Appalachian Spring
This concert is inspired by nature - bird song and landscapes fuel the imagination of composers across the centuries. Come before the concert at 6.30pm for a special event called Songs of the Arctic - Finnish tales and music with storyteller Claire Hewitt and SCO Flute Alison Mitchell.

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1 March 2018
Rautavaara Percussion Concerto
Prepare to be hyptonised by Scottish percussion wizard Colin Currie.

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22 March 2018
Dvoƙák New World Symphony
Did this great work inspire the film soundtracks for Jaws and Star Wars? Come and judge for yourself!

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13 April 2018
MacMillan Saxophone Concerto
Virtuosic and phenomenal. Young Australian Amy Dickson plays the saxophone as naturally as breathing. This concert is bound to provide edge-of-the-seat intensity.

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When?

Our concerts start at 7.30pm prompt and last approximately two hours, including a 20 minute interval. If you don't want a late night, feel free to leave at the interval!

Where?

In Edinburgh, we reguarly perform in the Queen's Hall and the Usher Hall.
In Glasgow, all of our concerts take place at Glasgow City Halls.