32 performances found.
32 performances found.
What a way to open the Concert Season in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth! It's a melting pot of musical, artistic and creative wealth, as conductor Enrique Mazzola collaborates with Norway's star Vilde Frang for Beethoven's touching Violin Concerto.
François Leleux is one of three featured artists in the 2018/19 Season. The singing melodies and fizzing exuberance of Haydn's Oboe Concerto in C are an ideal match for his animated playing and personality. Music by Schubert and Brahms also features.
Friendship and love, success and hardship, reaping what you sow… these are themes that Haydn explores in his depiction of rural life through the four seasons of the year. The SCO Chorus joins the Orchestra to help bring this very human narrative to life!
Bewitching musical fun for the whole family!
Energy, light, colour and the magic of the Aurora Borealis (aka Northern Lights) form the inspiration behind John McLeod's new viola concerto for Principal Viola Jane Atkins. The energy continues in Beethoven's Quartet No 14, arranged for all SCO Strings.
SCO VIBE is a fusion orchestra for young musicians aged 11-18
When keyboard master Kristian Bezuidenhout performed with SCO in 2016, The Herald declared that “the night belonged to Bezuidenhout for his stupendously needle-sharp characterisations of Mozart, with the Orchestra welded to the discretion of the soloist."
This performance marks the centenary of the Armistice with Martin Suckling’s musical response to the legacy of war and its associated emotions. Inclusion of recorded church bells, pealed by the public across Scotland, is a poignant addition to the music.
Big Ears, Little Ears is a series of informal concerts for babies, toddlers and their adults.
The SCO Wind Soloists team up with the most talented wind players of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for an afternoon of high spirits and playful charm, performing three masterpieces from the wind repertoire.
Bertrand Chamayou is one of three featured artists in the 18/19 Season. The brilliant French pianist from Toulouse, noted for his technical wizardry and remarkable musicianship, is the soloist in the most lyrical of Beethoven’s piano concertos.
Perhaps the most famous and beloved Shakespearean score of all time? Let your imagination run wild with Mendelssohn's enchanting music for A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Goethe’s tale of ancient Druids, featuring the SCO Chorus.