Showing 52 performances.
Showing 52 performances.
SCO musicians in recital as part of the St Andrews university Music Centre's concert programme.
Pianist Piotr Anderszewski marks his 50th birthday with a pair of magnificent piano concertos - Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor and Haydn Keyboard Concerto in D.
Dvořák, Janáček and Suk - all good friends, who just happen also to be amongst their nation’s foremost composers. An evening of Bohemian music, full of variety, directed by the charismatic conductor Joseph Swensen.
SCO Leader Benjamin Marquise Gilmore partners the free-spirited Finn Pekka Kuusisto in the Grammy-nominated Double Violin Concerto 'Prince of Clouds' by newly-appointed Associate Composer Anna Clyne. Also features Beethoven, Mozart and Haydn.
Be among the first to welcome our new Principal Conductor, Maxim Emelyanychev! Maxim is joined by the fabulous, award-winning German violinist Carolin Widmann, who makes her SCO debut with Prokofiev's much-loved Second Violin Concerto.
Principal Guest Conductor Emmanuel Krivine opens the Orchestra's 2019/20 Beethoven Symphony Cycle with the First Symphony and Third Symphony 'Eroica' - a symphonic masterpiece widely regarded as a turning point in musical history.
Two magnificent wind ensembles; four exhilarating masterpieces from the wind repertoire. The SCO’s own eminent Wind Soloists join forces with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s crack Wind Students for music by Nielsen, Britten and Strauss.
The masses of Stravinsky and Haydn demand a top-notch choir to sing them. In the 10 years since Gregory Batsleer became Chorus Director, the SCO Chorus has gone from strength to strength and tonight he celebrates his anniversary with this special concert.
Da da da dum..! You will likely recognise the striking four notes that erupt from silence to begin Beethoven’s iconic Symphony No 5. Andrew Manze is the conductor who unleashes these hammer-blow accents!
Join the SCO Chorus for a festive and reflective mix of ancient and contemporary music, exploring symbolism associated with the Virgin Mother, Mary. Including music by Anton Bruckner, Sir James MacMillan., Sally Beamish, Judith Weir and more...
In keeping with tradition, the Orchestra offers a festive and light-hearted New Year programme, with larger-than-life conductor Joseph Swensen. Expect a Scandinavian twist - Grieg and Nielsen - as well as Viennese classics by the Strauss family!
Principal Conductor Maxim Emelyanychev takes to the harpsichord to direct a programme of beautiful and fun-filled French and German Baroque music, including music by Bach, Telemann, Rameau and Lully.