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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.

activity highlights

13th April 2014, Edinburgh:

Dunedin Consort’s interpretation of Bach’s Matthew Passion is now an established highlight of Edinburgh’s concert calendar.

18th April 2014, Dundee:

NYOS is joined by one of the orchestra’s most popular recent conductors as New Zealander, Tecwyn Evans, leads a Commonwealth Celebration in Dundee and Glasgow.

19th April 2014, Glasgow:

NYOS is joined by one of the orchestra’s most popular recent conductors as New Zealander, Tecwyn Evans, leads a Commonwealth Celebration in Dundee and Glasgow.

21st April 2014, Perth:

Beethoven’s great ’Ghost’ piano trio is paired with Haydn in this lovely programme.

23rd April 2014, Glasgow:

The Lamond Prize is a new competition for the 2013-14 session, intended to encourage students to explore lesser known works from the piano repertoire.

24th April 2014, Glasgow:

The very first bars of Mahler’s Ninth seem to falter.

24th April 2014, Perth:

Experience the exhilarating brilliance of Tchaikovsky’s most popular concerto with a special performance from the award-winning pianist Behzod Abduraimov.

24th April 2014, Aberdeen:

All of our residency concerts build to a main-stage evening concert.

25th April 2014, Aberdeen:

Don’t miss the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, featuring Donald Runnicles, conductor.

25th April 2014, Glasgow:

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra, featuring Nicola Benedetti, perform works by Beethoven and Mozart.


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