The Scottish Chamber Orchestra has announced the second instalment of its 2021/22 season which will see the world-renowned orchestra connect with audiences in person, online and in communities across Scotland and beyond from January to May. Audiences will be invited on a musical adventure with a host of star soloists and conductors alongside continued digital offerings and activities for all ages and abilities as part of the SCO’s Creative Learning programme. Kicking off with a New Year Gala Concert featuring showpieces from the Strauss family conducted by the young Prague-born conductor Jiří Rožeň (1–3 January) the Season comes to a resplendent close with Stravinsky’s Firebird conducted by the Orchestra’s Principal Conductor, Maxim Emelyanychev (11–13 May). Full SCO live performance listings are available at sco.org.uk/live.
Star soloists, new commissions and community connections in a new year of musical adventures with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Quickfire Questions with Su-a Lee
26 April 2022Get to know our fabulous Sub-Principal Cello Su-a Lee with our Quickfire Questions
What to expect from the Young Singers' Programme
19 April 2022We speak to a Young Singers' Programme alumna about their experience on the programme
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra announces annual summer tour to 30 Scottish venues with orchestral, chamber, choral, and creative learning programmes
1 April 2022The SCO announces annual summer tour to 30 Scottish venues with orchestral, chamber, choral, and creative learning programmes