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List of Events

  1. Schubert Mass in A-flat

    The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    Rich and imaginative choral classics from four exceptional soloists and the accomplished SCO Chorus under conductor Gregory Batsleer.
  2. Maxim's Baroque Inspirations

    Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews, The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    Maxim displays his exuberance as both conductor and harpsichordist in Baroque (and Baroque-inspired) music at its most flamboyant.
  3. Beethoven Violin Concerto with Nicola Benedetti

    Perth Concert Hall, Usher Hall, City Halls
    Scottish superstar violinist is both soloist and director of Beethoven’s majestic Violin Concerto, alongside Mozart’s Symphony No. 34.
  4. Rhythms of Eastern Europe

    Easterbrook Hall, The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    If you think European music is all about France, Germany and Italy, travel further east for some of the continent’s tastiest offerings.
  5. Maxim plays Mozart and Haydn

    The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    Join Maxim to celebrate the very month of the SCO’s 50th Anniversary with music explicitly designed to raise a smile.
  6. Altan with Scottish Chamber Orchestra and RANT

    Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
    Join Altan and the SCO for a mesmerizing journey through traditional Irish music at Celtic Connections 2024.
  7. SCO with Paul Buchanan, Aoife O’Donovan, Lau & Maeve Gilchrist

    Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
    The SCO joins Lau at Celtic Connections 2024 to explore the Women’s Suffrage movement and more in 'America, Come'.
  8. Berlioz, Mozart and Ravel

    Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews, The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    François Leleux is joined by celebrated British soprano Carolyn Sampson for rarely heard Berlioz, plus sparkling music by Mozart and Ravel.
    Sponsored by
  9. The Great Grumpy Gaboon

    Assembly Rooms, City Halls
    Join the Grumpy Gaboon and friends on this brand-new musical adventure.
    Creative Learning Partner
  10. Lindberg, Stravinsky and Shostakovich

    Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews, The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    Maxim Emelyanychev and pioneering Finnish violinist Pekka Kuusisto join forces for a very special 50th anniversary season concert.
  11. Beethoven Symphony No 7

    Easterbrook Hall, The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    A concert contrasting Beethoven’s boisterous Symphony No 7 with Maderna’s kaleidoscopic rethink of Renaissance music.
  12. The Four Seasons

    Usher Hall, City Halls, Aberdeen Music Hall
    Experience a fresh new perspective on Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons in a personal interpretation from inspirational violinist Pekka Kuusisto.
    Sponsored by