The Lark Ascending gets top billing but the real interest is in a ‘new’ Vaughan Williams piece…
Some lesser-known songs by Kurt Weill form the finale of mezzo-soprano’s lunchtime concert at Edinburgh University
Catriona Morison takes soloist duties as conductor laureate Neeme Järvi returns to lead a French programme
Small scale production of Donizetti’s work about Mary Queen of Scots
Soon after the Moscow Philharmonic’s recent performance, the RSNO give another good account of the Russian’s great work
A very Russian afternoon to open the Usher Hall’s Sunday Classic series
Young Finnish violinist conducts the SCO through an interesting programme of Bach and Sibelius
A sizzling opening concert for the season
English translation of Schubert works wonders at Lammermuir Festival
Ensemble consolidate their reputation from the heart of the Lammermuir Festival
Austrian quartet provide perfect harmony for the opening of Lammermuir Festival
Despite some impressive performances, concert sorely misses opera’s theatricality
A short summer night in Spain with Tommy Smith and the SNJO
A stormy day in the festive East Neuk.
A feast of choral singing.
Lollipops all afternoon for the last concert of the season!
Latin extravaganza gets the Queen’s Hall dancing for Summer Solstice!
Scottish-flavoured jazz helps the Queen’s Hall celebrate 40 years
This is the RSNO‘s last concert of the season and music director and conductor Thomas […]
A Sunday afternoon of perfect strings.
A swinging evening with the strings!
Irish folk family ain’t what they used to be
Ranks among the finest Aida productions.
The RSNO and dynamic conductor Elim Chan are joined by skilled and lyrical violinist Benjamin Beilman.