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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 January 2015, Aberdeen:

Robert Schumann’s symphonies are more like love stories.

30th January 2015, Edinburgh:

The Royal Scottish National Orchestra perform works by Schumann, Liszt, Wagner and Schumann.

3rd February 2015, Peebles:

Award-winning graduates of the UK’s leading conservatoires make up this ensemble with its passion for larger chamber music works.

4th February 2015, Aberdeen:

Winner of the BBC Young Musician Competition in 2012 at the age of 15, cellist Laura van der Heijden has already made a name for herself as a very special emerging talent.

5th February 2015, Edinburgh:

The SCO reform works by Boulez, Faure, Haydn and Ravel.

6th February 2015, Edinburgh:

The Royal Scottish National Orchestra perform works by Franck, Saint-Saens, Faure, and Ravel.

6th February 2015, Aberdeen:

Shostakovich revered him, Rimsky-Korsakov was awed by his genius, and Prokofiev owed him more than he would ever admit.

7th February 2015, Perth:

Friends of Perth Cathedral Music are delighted to welcome back the musicians of Perth High School in concert, performing a variety of music, vocal and instrumental, in their usual high standard.

7th February 2015, Perth:

The Scottish Chamber Choir presents a rich selection of choral music from the Scottish Renaissance.

12th February 2015, St Andrews:

The Maggini Quartet featuring David Angel and Julian Leaper (violins), Martin Outram (viola), and Michal Kaznowski (cello).


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