Over the past few months, we have been working together to create exciting and meaningful concerts for you. We have thoroughly enjoyed receiving your wonderful messages of support and although we are still unable to perform for you in person, we are delighted to be able to share our music with you.
So whether you're watching them for the 10th time or the 1st, we hope you can enjoy some of our autumn concerts this Festive period...
THE QUILTER CHEVIOT BENEDETTI CONCERT
★★★★★ - The Herald
"...there was an intimacy to the performance that came with a beautifully spacious sound in which individuals were as distinct as the ensemble and soloist was balanced."
(available to watch online until 24 Dec)
CLYNE & BRITTEN
★★★★★ - Bachtrack
"Frank-Gemmill played the Prologue in a softly spotlit circle, Britten’s strange notes left deliberately in an almost in-tune fuzz, drawing us into the uncertainties of a dream-like world."
(available to watch online until 25 Feb)
SCHUBERT & TCHAIKOVSKY
★★★★★ - The Arts Desk
"Emelyanychev took every movement at a real lick, but without losing detail in the playing. The violins were sparkling throughout, the basses pert and the flutes lively..."
(available to watch online until 9 Mar)
BACEWICZ, BACH & BEETHOVEN
"The chorale prelude “Vor deinen Thron tret’ich hiermit"... was a heavenly way to bring such a sublime musical offering to a close."
"Thanks SCO! Brilliant, especially appreciated in these times." - Online Viewer
(available to watch online until 16 Jan)
"Fantastic programme and great performances all - thank you!" - Online viewer
"That was a great programme - thank you for all you are doing to sweeten lockdown." - Online viewer
(available to watch online until 8 Jan)
Concert Reviews from our Youth Advisory Council
19 October 2021On behalf of our Youth Advisory Council, Alexander Boyd-Bench reviews 'Thomas Zehetmair' at The Queen's Hall.
Quickfire Questions with Amira Bedrush-McDonald
18 October 2021Get to know First Violin Amira Bedruch-McDonald a little bit more with our quickfire questions!
Thomas Zehetmair | Imagining Mozart
13 October 2021A work by Mozart which was mysteriously aborted will be brought to life with an arrangement by conductor Thomas Zehetmair.