36 performances found.
36 performances found.
This performance marks the centenary of the Armistice with Martin Suckling’s musical response to the legacy of war and its associated emotions. Inclusion of recorded church bells, pealed by the public across Scotland, is a poignant addition to the music.
The SCO Wind Soloists team up with the most talented wind players of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for an afternoon of high spirits and playful charm, performing three masterpieces from the wind repertoire.
Bertrand Chamayou is one of three featured artists in the 18/19 Season. The brilliant French pianist from Toulouse, noted for his technical wizardry and remarkable musicianship, is the soloist in the most lyrical of Beethoven’s piano concertos.
Perhaps the most famous and beloved Shakespearean score of all time? Let your imagination run wild with Mendelssohn's enchanting music for A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Goethe’s tale of ancient Druids, featuring the SCO Chorus.
At 34, Italian conductor Daniele Rustion has already made starry debuts at opera houses and orchestras in the USA and Europe to huge acclaim. In the middle of this evening of pure entertainment, the SCO's own fine clarinettists step into the spotlight.
Karina Canellakis has rapidly become one of the most sought-after conductors in the world. She pairs Mendelssohn with his idol, the man whose music the composer described as "The greatest music in the world”: JS Bach.
Firmly established as a highlight of Edinburgh's festive calendar, the SCO Chorus Christmas Concert at Greyfriars Kirk is an opportunity to slow down, enjoy some exquisite vocal music, and be filled with the Christmas spirit.
Welcome 2019 in sparkling style! Along with your favourite Viennese Waltzes and Polkas by the Strauss family, Leader Stephanie Gonley creates musical fireworks in Ravel’s raucous Tzigane for solo violin and orchestra.
We welcome the master of historical performance Reinhard Goebel for a concert dedicated to the genius that is Mozart, and his friends. Our own award-winning Principal Horn Alec Frank-Gemmill presents the irresistible Horn Concerto No 4 on Natural Horn.
Immerse yourself in the heady perfumes and scintillating colours of France, as François Leleux leads you through a rich collection of music from his native country. British soprano Carolyn Sampson is the soloist in Berlioz’s sensuous Les Nuits d’Été.
Enjoy a relaxed Sunday afternoon with intriguing chamber music as larger-than-life French oboist François Leleux performs Prokofiev, Rossini and Mozart alongside SCO Principal Players.
Our fun-filled Family Concert is an entertaining and engaging introduction to classical music for young children. CBBC TV Presenter Chris Jarvis returns to narrate a laugh-out-loud musical adventure about the courageous young Knight, Sir Scallywag!