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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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Duo No 2 for violin and cello (12’)
Quartet for the End of Time (55’)
Written eighty years ago in a Nazi prisoner of war camp as the world seemed to face oblivion, Messiaen’s epic Quartet for the End of Time combines the mind-bendingly complex, the serenely pious, the sentimental and the furious in fantastical musical images inspired by the Book of Revelation.
It’s one of the chamber repertoire’s towering masterpieces and forms the climax of this compelling afternoon of music from SCO Principals, guest violinist Maria Włoszczowska and inspirational Scottish pianist – and Messiaen authority – Steven Osborne.
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.
Winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Instrumentalist of the Year in 2013, pianist Steven Osborne is one of Britain’s most treasured musicians.
Spanish Clarinettist and international soloist Maximiliano Martín is one of the most exciting and charismatic musicians of his generation.
Polish violinist Maria Włoszczowska performs as a soloist, chamber musician and guest concertmaster worldwide.
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.