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Save up to 35% (40% for seniors) on single ticket prices – the more you book, the more you save.

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Select any four or more Season 2016/17 concerts in Edinburgh or Glasgow. Save when you book for all concerts in St Andrews and Dumfries.

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Please note: Chamber Concerts, Family Concerts, Early Evening Recitals and Explore Days cannot be included in a subscription, but you can book them at the same time as your subscription. We regret that tickets, including subscription tickets, are non-refundable.

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Some ideas to get you started...

If you love Beethoven, why not book to hear us perform Beethoven's heartfelt Missa Solemnis, Llyr Williams playing the 'Emperor' Piano Concerto or Nicola Benedetti performing his stunning Violin Concerto.

Fancy some French flair?! French music and artists take prime position in our Season this year, with Berlioz's epic choral work, L'enfance du Christ, in October and acclaimed French conductor Alexandre Bloch conducting concerts in December and April. 

Want to hear more choral music? The thrill and drama of choral music doesn't get much better than this. The SCO Chorus perform Handel's choral epic Israel in Egypt as well as Beethoven's Missa Solemnis and more this Season.

Celebrate what's new! We have a wide selection of new commissions and works to choose from in our 16/17 Season, including pieces by Glasgow-born Sir James MacMillan and a celebration of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies' incredible output in An Orkney Wedding.