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  1. The statue of liberty photograph

    Musique Amérique

    The Queen's Hall, Glasgow City Halls
  2. ANOUSHKA SHANKAR dancing in a field

    Anoushka Shankar and Qawwali Project

    Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
    Together with a selection of solo pieces, Anoushka Shankar revisits her father Ravi’s Concerto No 3 for sitar and orchestra.
  3. Grosvenor laughing in a jumper

    Grosvenor Plays Liszt

    The Usher Hall, Glasgow City Halls, Aberdeen Music Hall
    Electrifying pianist Benjamin Grosvenor joins Maxim to tackle the breathtakingly virtuosic challenges of Liszt’s First Piano Concerto.
  4. A long shot of the sea and horizon

    The Blurred Lines of Archipelagos

    Online Performance
    Electra Perivolaris’ new piece tells a mythical tale tied to her dual island heritage between Scotland and Greece.
    Sponsored by
  5. Stan and Mabel - Perth Schools event

    Perth Concert Hall
    Enjoy all the fun-filled musical adventures of our favourite dog-and-cat duo with your class!
    Sponsored by
  6. Cartoon images of a dog, cat and rabbit

    Stan and Mabel - Family Festival

    Edinburgh International Conference Centre, Inverness Eden Court
    Join the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Gregory Batsleer & Children’s TV presenter Chris Jarvis to enjoy this fabulous musical tale.
    Sponsored by
  7. A close up image of a trout swimming

    Schubert's Trout

    The Queen's Hall
    Join Maxim Emelyanychev and his Orchestra colleagues for music of good times and warm friendship.
  8. An image of a hand on a white wall

    White City

    Online Performance
    Gillian Walker’s White City takes a young child’s perspective on early years in a council estate nursery in Wallacetown, Ayr.
    Sponsored by
  9. Steven Isserlis playing the violin

    A French Adventure with Steven Isserlis

    The Queen's Hall, Glasgow City Halls
    Cellist extraordinaire Steven Isserlis joins Maxim Emelyanychev for a sophisticated soirée amid some of France’s most irresistible music.
  10. Francois Leleux smiling at the camera

    François Leleux

    The Queen's Hall, Glasgow City Halls
    Flamboyant oboist and conductor François Leleux gives the world premiere of a new oboe concerto, alongside Bizet’s stirring Arlésienne.
    Sponsored by
  11. A close up of sandunes with the sunset in the background

    Do you remember when the rain came?

    Online Performance
    Georgina new piece tells tales of climate change and ecological collapse from the perspective of a Selkie, half-human, half-seal.
    Sponsored by
  12. The new york skyline

    New York Counterpoint

    The Queen's Hall
    Pekka Kuusisto kicks off his three-concert SCO residency in typically unconventional style into some of today’s most pioneering music.