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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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2nd October 2014, Aberdeen:

Oundjian conducts Scheherazade.

3rd October 2014, Edinburgh:

The Edinburgh Kevock Choir presents an Evening of Light Music, including well-loved favourites, on behalf of Lifeline.

9th October 2014, Edinburgh:

Toshio Hosokawa and Gustav Mahler are linked through their deep connections with nature in this ‘East meets West’ concert.

9th October 2014, Glasgow:

The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra with Thomas Dausgaard, conductor, and PekkaKuusisto, violin.

10th October 2014, Glasgow:

Toshio Hosokawa and Gustav Mahler are linked through their deep connections with nature in this ‘East meets West’ concert.

12th October 2014, Glasgow:

Merchant Voices turn their attention to the 20th Century in their summer concert.

17th October 2014, Glasgow:

There’s a meditative quality to the first half of this concert.

23rd October 2014, Glasgow:

Wozzeck is at the bottom of the heap – an underdog made for kicking, and a soft target for the powerful, the cynical and the cruel.

23rd October 2014, Edinburgh:

The musicians of Canada’s National Arts Centre Orchestra (NAC) bring power, precision and extraordinary musicality to all performances.

24th October 2014, Glasgow:

Admired for passionate performances of his country’s music, Estonian conductor Tõnu Kaljuste directs the SCO in two hauntingly beautiful works by his compatriot Arvo Pärt.


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