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Thu 18 Jul,20:00
Stirling Castle, Stirling
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Performance Details

MOZART
Symphony No 31 ‘Paris’ 
TCHAIKOVSKY
Variations on a Rococo Theme 
HAYDN
Symphony No 104 ‘London’ 

Philipp von Steinaecker conductor
Philip Higham cello

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra presents its annual sold-out concert in Stirling Castle’s Great Hall on 18 July 2019.

The Orchestra’s superb principal Cellist Philip Higham is soloist in Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations – a work that tips its hat to the eighteenth century, but is utterly Romantic at heart.
The opening of Mozart’s ‘Paris’ Symphony is one of the grandest, most thrilling sounds, with Mozart making use of clarinets for the first time in a symphony. Conductor Philipp von Steinaecker continues the genial high spirits and passion in Haydn’s final Symphony, written when the conductor was staying in London.

Tickets available online (above), over the phone on 0131 557 6800 and soon on site at Strling Castle. 
Full time carers come for free. Please select free U18s ticket for booking a carer seat. 

With Historic Environment Scotland

Philipp von Steinacker

Conductor

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Philipp von Steinaecker was the first recipient of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment’s Melgaard Young Conductor position. Since then he has had broad experience as a guest conductor with many orchestras including the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic, Slovenian Philharmonic, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Residentie Hague Philharmonic, Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Prague Philharmonia. 

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Philip Higham

Cello

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Born in Edinburgh, Philip studied with Ruth Beauchamp at St Mary's Music School and subsequently at the RNCM with Emma Ferrand and Ralph Kirshbaum. He also enjoyed mentoring from Steven Isserlis. In 2008 he became the first UK cellist to win 1st Prize in the Bach Leipzig competition, and followed it with major prizes in 2009 Lutoslawski Competitions, and the 2010 Grand Prix Emmanuel Feuermann in Berlin. He was selected for representation by Young Classical Artist Trust, between 2009 and 2014.

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