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Classical music Scotland

Scotland has an impressive classical heritage, featuring the genius of the conductor Sir Alexander Gibson, percussionist Evelyn Glennie and composers Thea Musgrave, James MacMillan and Craig Armstrong. Orchestras and ensembles of international renown enrich the standing of these special talents, performing regularly in top city concert halls.

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29th May 2015, Edinburgh:

This heart-rending vision of a lonely soul’s journey towards eternity might just be the greatest piece of British music ever written.

30th May 2015, Glasgow:

“This is the best of me,” declared Edward Elgar on the score of The Dream of Gerontius – and this heart-rending vision of a lonely soul’s journey towards eternity might just be the greatest piece of British music ever written.

30th May 2015, Edinburgh:

Join us for a sparkling cocktail of music from around the world.

31st May 2015, Glasgow:

Glasgow’s inspirational adult community orchestra, together with Musical Director and Conductor Louise Martin, present a programme of favourites.

4th July 2015, Edinburgh:

Acclaimed American countertenor, David Daniels, stars in this special concert celebrating the 180th anniversary of Andrew Carnegie’s birth.

5th June 2015, Aberdeen:

The Four Seasons remains the most popular piece of classical music of all time.

6th June 2015, Glasgow:

Star RCS undergraduate, Ross Gunning, joins Glasgow Orchestral Society to conduct a programme featuring Tchaikovsky, Dvorak and Respighi.

7th June 2015, Glasgow:

WSSSO continues to astound all who hear them.

7th June 2015, Edinburgh:

With Michael Bawtree, conductor, and guest soloists Patricia Rozario, soprano, and Juliette Bausor, flute.

9th & 10th June 2015, Edinburgh:

The Pentland Singers proudly present their summer 2015 concert.


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