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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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30th April 2015, Aberdeen:

“Music is life” declared Carl Nielsen “and like it, inextinguishable!” He proved it with his tremendous Fourth Symphony – music that leaves you thrilled to be alive.

30th April 2015, Edinburgh:

The sheer loveliness and passionate lyricism of Barber’s Violin Concerto is superb.

1st May 2015, Peebles:

Playing music that spans three centuries, the members of this quintet are all key players in the Iceland Symphony Orchestra.

1st May 2015, Edinburgh:

Carl Nielsen declared that music is life and, like it, inextinguishable.

1st May 2015, Glasgow:

Inspired by RCS’s proud tradition of trumpet playing, when the opportunity arose to acquire the incredible resources of the Tarr Collection, we couldn’t resist.

1st May 2015, Glasgow:

Masterclasses provide progressing students an opportunity to concentrate and develop on their skills, with professional advice given by esteemed external guest artists.

1st May 2015, Glasgow:

The sheer loveliness and passionate lyricism of Barber’s Violin Concerto is superb.

2nd May 2015, Glasgow:

This concert celebrates the continuing Junior Conservatoire tradition of fostering young percussion talents.

2nd May 2015, Glasgow:

Watch an exciting variety of young chamber groups from the Junior Conservatoire.

2nd May 2015, Glasgow:

Carl Nielsen declared that music is life and, like it, inextinguishable.


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