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List of Events

  1. Ad Absurdum

    The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    Jörg Widmann’s whirlwind of a trumpet concerto from Sergei Nakariakov forms the centrepiece of a concert to raise a laugh.
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    In association with
  2. The Great Grumpy Gaboon

    Caird Hall Dundee, Aberdeen Music Hall, Eden Court
    Join the Grumpy Gaboon and friends on this brand-new musical adventure as they discover the importance of friendship and forgiveness.
  3. GIPPS Seascape

    Online Performance
    Take a dip in the watery wonders of Gipps’s passionate music - and discover her pastoral idyll 'Cringlemire Garden' played live in February.
    In association with
  4. Mozart Oboe Concerto

    Easterbrook Hall, The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    Discover Mozart’s song-like Oboe Concerto in the hands of Ivan Podyomov, principal oboist at Amsterdam’s Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
  5. Fauré Requiem

    Usher Hall, City Halls
    Fauré’s hushed prayer for the departed, from outstanding British baritone Roderick Williams, conductor Andrew Manze and the SCO Chorus.
  6. Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto

    Usher Hall, City Halls
    Outstanding Finnish violinist Pekka Kuusisto directs and plays one of the best-loved masterpieces in the Romantic violin repertoire.
    Kindly supported by
  7. An afternoon with Pekka & friends

    The Queen's Hall
    Get up close with Finnish violin superstar Pekka Kuusisto in this intimate chamber afternoon.
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  8. Parabola

    The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    Join Pekka Kuusisto and Simon Crawford-Phillips on an arc through time and musical styles, from Britten to Adès, Beamish to Haydn.
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  9. Beethoven's 'Pastoral' Symphony

    The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    Mark Wigglesworth conducts Beethoven’s hymn of wonder to the natural world, with SCO Principal Nikita Naumov as soloist in Eötvös’s Aurora.
  10. Schumann & Schubert

    Holy Trinity Church St Andrews, The Queen's Hall, City Halls
    Isabelle van Keulen takes the reins of the SCO for the lyrical Violin Concerto by Robert Schumann, alongside Schubert’s Third Symphony.
  11. Mozart & Strauss

    The Queen's Hall, City Halls, Aberdeen Music Hall
    Deeply charismatic oboist and conductor François Leleux directs Mozart’s cheeky Bassoon Concerto, and music by the teenage Richard Strauss.
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  12. Seven Last Words

    Greyfriars Kirk
    A choral contemplation of loss and rebirth from Scotland’s greatest living composer, Sir James MacMillan, performed by the SCO Chorus.