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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 November 2014, Edinburgh:

There is nothing quite like hearing Russian music played by a top Russian orchestra and St Petersburg Philharmonic are amongst the very best there is.

2nd November 2014, Greenock:

CinemaLive are excited to announce the UK re-release of this record-breaking concert.

6th November 2014, Peebles:

Music in Peebles is thrilled to welcome Martin Roscoe.

6th November 2014, Glasgow:

Comedy is a serious business.

7th November 2014, Glasgow:

Llŷr Williams and Alexander Janiczek bring a wonderful spirit of camaraderie and chamber music to the SCO stage: no surprise as they have appeared as a duo for well over a decade now.

7th November 2014, Edinburgh:

The Royal Scottish National Orchestra perform works by Beethoven, Beamish, Elgar and Cecil Coles.

8th November 2014, Glasgow:

Now in its fourth year, The Piano offers an annual feast of the world’s greatest pianists, stars of the future, masterworks and one or two off-the-wall evenings that add to the fun.

8th November 2014, Glasgow:

Now in its fourth year, The Piano offers an annual feast of the world’s greatest pianists, stars of the future, masterworks and one or two off-the-wall evenings that add to the fun.

8th November 2014, Aberdeen:

The Scottsih Chamber Orchestra perform works by Beethoven, Mozart and Stravinsky.

8th November 2014, Aberdeen:

Aleksander Kudajczyk was awarded lauriate status from the Hoffman contest in Nałęczów, Poland.


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