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Featuring an inspiring mix of much-loved music and new discoveries, there's something for everyone to enjoy this Season!

From classical greats featuring some of the world's most exciting musicians - including Nicola Benedetti, Lawrence Power, and Joana Carneiro - to choral masterpieces including Handel's epic Israel in Egypt and Haydn's celebratory The Creation.

Our dynamic Principal Conductor Maxim Emelyanychev, whose connection with audiences gets stronger with every performance, leads seven concerts during the Season featuring music by Brahms, Mendelssohn and a world premiere by Scotland's foremost composer, Sir James MacMillan.

Expect bold collaborations with new concert format UN:TITLED hosted by BBC Radio 1 and Radio 6 Presenter Gemma Cairney and with music by Steve Reich, Gabriella Smith and Andy Akiho.

Celebrate the arrival of 2023 in style with a new year concert of Viennese music that will lift the spirits including audience favourites' The Blue Danube and the Radetzky March.

Musical worlds collide with an adventurous collaboration with Finnish violinist Pekka Kuusisto and US neo-folk singer/songwriter Sam Amidon.

We team up with internationally celebrated musicians Chris Stout and Catriona McKay as part of Celtic Connections 2023. One for all the trad music lovers, enjoy new tunes, fresh perspectives and some much-loved music.

Tickets are now on sale. Under 18s go for free, anyone 26 & Under and Students can receive discounted tickets at just £6.

The Season runs from the 28 September with concerts in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, St Andrews, Perth, Dumfries and Ayr.

Discover the SCO's uplifting Season of musical delights.

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