List of Events
Digital Season 2023/24: Mendelssohn String Quartet No 1
Online PerformanceMendelssohn wrote his 1st String Quartet at just 20, and set out to demonstrate to the world the drama and intensity he was capable of.
Beethoven Symphony No 7
Easterbrook Hall, The Queen's Hall, City HallsA concert contrasting Beethoven’s boisterous Symphony No 7 with Maderna’s kaleidoscopic rethink of Renaissance music.
The Four Seasons
Usher Hall, City Halls, Aberdeen Music HallExperience a fresh new perspective on Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons in a personal interpretation from inspirational violinist Pekka Kuusisto.Sponsored by
Time and Tides
Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews, The Queen's Hall, City HallsAn elemental programme directed by visionary violinist Pekka Kuusisto, featuring music by Helen Grime, Einojuhani Rautavaara and Anna Clyne.Sponsored by
The Auld Alliance
Usher Hall, City HallsCelebrate the age-old friendship between Scotland and France in the company of Maxim Emelyanychev and superstar Scottish mezzo Karen Cargill
Digital Season 2023/24: Sir James Macmillan's Tuireadh
Online PerformanceOne of the most powerful works by Scotland’s greatest living composer
Music of the Imagination
The Queen's Hall, City HallsThomas Adès directs a concert of wide-ranging music, from Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven to a new version of one of his own works.
Northern Lights (Matinees)
The Queen's Hall, City HallsLuminous music by Sibelius, Nielsen and Maxwell Davies, brought together by charismatic SCO Conductor Emeritus Joseph Swensen.Supported by
Re:Connect Tea Dance
The Queen's HallThis concert is designed especially for people living with dementia, their friends and carers.In association with21 April sponsored by
Ravel Piano Concerto
Perth Concert Hall, The Queen's Hall, City HallsSteven Osborne is the soloist in Ravel’s exquisite Concerto, blending raucous jazz and heartbreaking tenderness.
The Lark Ascending
Usher Hall, City HallsVaughan Williams’ The Lark Ascending is one of the country’s most cherished works, and Andrew Manze is an authority on the composer’s music.
Usher Hall, City HallsMaxim Emelyanychev brings the SCO’s 50th Anniversary Season to a spectacular, choral conclusion with Mendelssohn’s mighty oratorio.