Showing 15 performances.
Showing 15 performances.
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.
Soloist Colin Currie creates a thrilling live experience in the great Scottish composer’s percussion extravaganza 'Veni, veni, Emmanuel', before 'Seven Last Words from the Cross' provides a vivid, shocking and heartbreaking depiction of the crucifixion.
The Mozart Dream Team! Francesco Piemontesi and Andrew Manze first came together with the SCO in 2011. Since then, we've been treated to stellar performances of Mozart Piano Concertos, and a best-selling CD that was met with critical acclaim.
A conductor “full of fizzy finesse” presents a celebration of two giants of the Baroque Period, Handel and Purcell. Be uplifted with 'Music for the Royal Fireworks', and entertained with exquisite arias and humorous musical drama, sung by Carolyn Sampson.
Multi-award-winning recording artist Paul Lewis performs Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2. In the concert's 2nd half, we are treated to music by a composer close to Jospeh Swensen's heart - Jean Sibelius.
Perhaps you caught Pekka Kuusisto's extraordinary BBC Proms debut in 2016? The maverick violinist's concert with the SCO also has "memorable" written all over it, as he brings together an intriguing selection of music composed across 400 years.
Join SCO String Principals on a profound emotional journey from beaming optimism to aching poignancy.
Three enchanting serenades by Brahms, Dvořák and Wolf come together in a lavish conclusion to Oboist and Director François Leleux’s Season with the SCO.
Scotland's favourite violin virtuoso plays and directs two showstopper violin concertos by Mozart. A moving contrast comes in Anna Clyne's Within her Arms, akin to the emotional intensity of Barber's Adagio for Strings.
Before Bertrand Chamayou treats us to Ravel’s jazzy piano concerto, players across the Orchestra take to the spotlight in music by the most eminent of Latin American classical composers, Alberto Ginastera.