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Whilst we are absolutely determined to return to the concert stage just as soon as possible, sadly it has become increasingly clear that we are not going to be able to perform our 20/21 Season programme as advertised.
However, despite the current challenges, there is much that we are planning to present. Beginning in September, we will be undertaking our first ever series of streamed orchestral concerts, which will be free for you to enjoy.
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Programme to include:
J STRAUSS II
Voices of Spring, Roses in Tyrol
Greetings from Prague
Amor (Brentano Lieder)
J STRAUSS II
The Blue Danube
Light Cavalry Overture
As ever at this unique time of year, the SCO has only one resolution: to offer a feast of joyful, musical fare for all the family. So, put your best first foot forward and step into 2021 with this chocolate box of festive delights featuring traditional Viennese favourites, sumptuous ballet music, and polkas and waltzes galore. Happy New Year!
Collection in aid of Marie Curie.
Digital editions of the programmes are now available for sale for £2 from https://issuu.com/scomusic These can be purchased and read online or downloaded the morning of the first concert of the week. We will then make these available free of charge the following Monday.
Traditional printed programmes will still be on sale at the venue for £3.
Jiří Rožeň’s international presence continues to grow rapidly in the 2019/20 season as he makes his debuts with leading European orchestras and continues to develop his reputation as one of the foremost interpreters of Czech repertoire.
Winner of the 2018 Emerging Talent (Singer) Award from the Critics Circle, and with a growing reputation as an outstanding performer of contemporary music, as adept dramatically and physically as she is vocally, Jennifer France, “This living jewel in opera’s crown” (WhatsOnStage) received outstanding critical acclaim.