Showing 34 performances.
Showing 34 performances.
The spectacular Virgin Money Fireworks Concert brings together unforgettable orchestral classics and fireworks specially choreographed, all set against the magnificent backdrop of Edinburgh Castle.
The Orchestra and Chorus perform Handel's last oratorio, Jephtha, with conductor Richard Egarr and a host of internationally-renowned soloists.
Flautist Adam Walker landed the plum job of principal flautist with the London Symphony Orchestra aged only 21. He performs Nielsen’s witty and imaginative Flute Concerto, 15 years after demonstrating his astonishing virtuosity at BBC Young Musician.
To open the 2019/20 Season, International Classical Music Awards 2019 ‘Artist of the Year’ Javier Perianes performs one of the great pillars of the Romantic repertoire, Brahms’ First Piano Concerto. Also features Dvořák’s Symphony No 7.
Few soloists could lead a packed Royal Albert Hall to join in their encore, but our 2019/20 Featured Artist, violinist Pekka Kuusisto, is one of a kind! Pekka directs a performance of Sibelius Symphony No 5, preceded by works of Bach and Hillborg.
A portrait of Mozart the genius, boy and man – from a joyous symphony written when he was just eight years old, to the profound Requiem that he left unfinished at his death. Directed by the extraordinary young Finnish talent, Klaus Mäkelä.
SCO musicians in recital as part of the St Andrews university Music Centre's concert programme.
Pianist Piotr Anderszewski marks his 50th birthday with a pair of magnificent piano concertos - Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor and Haydn Keyboard Concerto in D.
Dvořák, Janáček and Suk - all good friends, who just happen also to be amongst their nation’s foremost composers. An evening of Bohemian music, full of variety, directed by the charismatic conductor Joseph Swensen.
SCO Leader Benjamin Marquise Gilmore partners the free-spirited Finn Pekka Kuusisto in the Grammy-nominated Double Violin Concerto 'Prince of Clouds' by newly-appointed Associate Composer Anna Clyne. Also features Beethoven, Mozart and Haydn.
Be among the first to welcome our new Principal Conductor, Maxim Emelyanychev! Maxim is joined by the fabulous, award-winning German violinist Carolin Widmann, who makes her SCO debut with Prokofiev's much-loved Second Violin Concerto.
Principal Guest Conductor Emmanuel Krivine opens the Orchestra's 2019/20 Beethoven Symphony Cycle with the First Symphony and Third Symphony 'Eroica' - a symphonic masterpiece widely regarded as a turning point in musical history.