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Ein Deutsches Requiem, Op. 45 (68')
Brahms was an agnostic and a humanist, so his deeply moving Requiem is a work for the people, intended to console and offer hope to those suffering loss.
With its resplendent choral writing and its rich, autumnal colours, it’s a masterpiece that offers comfort and inspiration to people of all faiths, and of none.
Maxim Emelyanychev is joined by two eminent vocal soloists and the exceptional SCO Chorus for what’s been described as Brahms’ most awe-inspiring creation.
Pre-Concert Insight in Edinburgh and Glasgow: 6.45pm
Gregory Batsleer (SCO Chorus Director) and Steve King (SCO Viola) will introduce this wonderful work.
Free to concert ticket holders
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Traditional printed programmes will still be on sale at the venue for £3.
Maxim is an outstanding representative of the younger generation of Russian conductors.
Sophie Bevan studied at The Royal College of Music where she was awarded the Queen Mother Rose Bowl Award for excelling.
Hanno Müller-Brachmann has sung with the London, Radio France, Vienna and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestras, the Berlin and Dresden Staatskapelle, Orchestra National de France...
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra Chorus has built a reputation as one of Scotland’s most vibrant and versatile choirs.
Gregory Batsleer is acknowledged as one of the leading choral conductors of his generation.