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List of Events

  1. Mozart Clarinet Concerto

    The Town House, Blair Atholl, Volunteer Halls
    As live music makes its longed-for return to concert stages, join us as we travel across Scotland with three captivating classics!
  2. A vibrant image of Napoleon, as he looks straight ahead with a stern expression.

    The Emperor

    The Usher Hall, Glasgow City Halls, Aberdeen Music Hall
    A grand return to live performance with Beethoven’s most powerful piano concerto.
  3. A close up image of a feather.

    Baroque Brio

    The Queen's Hall, Glasgow City Halls
    Flamboyant Russian violinist Dmitry Sinkovsky performs lavish Baroque concertos.
  4. A striking photograph taken at night, with trees in the foreground and a starry night of the aurora lights.

    Aurora

    The Queen's Hall, Glasgow City Halls
    From Mendelssohn’s musical mermaid portrait to Hungarian Peter Eötvös’ evocation of the Northern Lights.
  5. A photograph of a glistening diamond set against a dark background.

    Hidden Gems

    The Queen's Hall, Glasgow City Halls
    Refinement, elegance and fiery drama in hidden masterpieces from the Classical era.
  6. A photograph of pink clouds and a blue sky.

    Shostakovich 14

    Holy Trinity Church, The Queen's Hall, Glasgow City Halls
    Mark Wigglesworth conducts the heart-breaking reflections on mortality in Shostakovich Symphony No. 14.
  7. A photograph of a brown, fairly oppressive living room, featuring two cloth covered chairs and a table with a clock on it.

    Death in a Nutshell

    The Queen's Hall, Glasgow City Halls
    Sir James MacMillan conducts Mahler and Wagner, and a new work by one of Scotland’s most exciting young composers, Jay Capperauld.
  8. A close up image of a gold horn against a dark background.

    Harmoniemusik

    Holy Trinity Church, The Queen's Hall
    The SCO’s Wind Soloists and outstanding wind students of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland join forces for a bittersweet operatic comedy.
  9. A close up of a Klimt painting of bright collage-like flowers.

    Viennese Hothouse

    The Queen's Hall, Glasgow City Halls
    Joseph Swensen conducts intense music from the hothouse of Vienna at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
  10. A vibrant close up image of an organ's keys.

    Brandenburg 5

    The Queen's Hall, Glasgow City Halls
    The glistening minimalism of Adams; the grand invention of Mozart; and the captivating entertainment of Bach.
  11. A painting of a man playing a horn in a forest

    Myths & Legends

    The Queen's Hall, Glasgow City Halls, Aberdeen Music Hall
    Vibrant Portuguese conductor Joana Carneiro mixes together Ravel and Mahler in a glittering storybook of musical fantasy.
  12. Nicola Benedetti holding her violin laughing

    Benedetti plays Mozart

    Perth Concert Hall, The Usher Hall, Glasgow City Halls
    A special seasonal visit to Vienna, city of dreams, in the company of Nicola Benedetti.