List of Events
Peter Whelan conducts Haydn, CPE Bach and Beethoven
Castle Douglas Town Hall, Langholm Buccleuch Centre, Selkirk Victoria HallsFormerly the SCO’s Principal Bassoonist, Peter Whelan returns to conduct a concert of musical exuberance and elegance, verve and vivacity.
The SCO at East Neuk Festival
The BowhouseThe SCO are delighted to be part of East Neuk Festival 2022.
Maxim conducts Mozart and Weber
Stirling Castle, Dunoon Queen's HallMusic to excite, delight and inspire, directed by Principal Conductor Maxim Emelyanychev including flamboyant Weber’s Clarinet Concerto
Maxim conducts Mozart and Haydn
Glenrothes, Rothes Hall, Brunton TheatreMusic to excite, delight and inspire, directed by Principal Conductor Maxim Emelyanychev including the wit of Haydn’s C Major Cello Concerto
With Maxim Emelyanychev and Benjamin Grosvenor at the Festival Radio France in Montpellier
Montpellier, Opera BerliozWe are thrilled to be part of the Festival Radio France 2022.
Festival Radio France Montpellier Final concert
Montpellier, Opera BerliozJoin us in Montpellier for the final concert of the Festival Radio France 2022!
Wayne Marshall plays Gershwin | Edinburgh International Festival
The Usher HallJoin us for an evening of foot-tapping, roof-raising, high-energy American classics.
Edinburgh International Festival with Nicola Benedetti
The Usher HallScottish violinist Nicola Benedetti returns to Edinburgh for Bruch's sumptuous Concerto alongside the SCO and Maxim Emelyanychev.
The Wonders of Nature with Catherine Larsen-Maguire
Kingussie Badenoch Centre, Findhorn Universal Hall, Fraserburgh United Reformed Church, Arbroath Webster Memorial TheatreTake a revitalising trip into the wonders of nature in the company of brilliant British conductor Catherine Larsen-Maguire.
Kristiina Poska conducts Beethoven, Shostakovich and Tüür
St. Mary's Parish Church, Blair Castle, Linlithgow, St Michael's Parish Church, Greenock, The Beacon Arts CentreConductor Kristiina Poska directs a high drama concert, from Shostakovich’s fight against oppression to Beethoven’s sunniest Symphony.