Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Glasgow, United Kingdom

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GlasgowSymphony, Soup & Sandwich: Beethoven Seven

Stravinsky, Beamish, Beethoven
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Gemma New

GlasgowGene Kelly: The Legacy - An Evening with Patricia Ward Kelly

Patricia Ward Kelly, Presenter

GlasgowSt Andrew's Party

GlasgowElgar - Dream of Gerontius

Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius, Oratorio for soloists chorus and orchestra, Op.38
The Orchestra of Scottish Opera; Graham Taylor; Svetlina Stoyanova; Luke Sinclair; Colin Murray; City of Glasgow Chorus

GlasgowKozhukhin Plays Tchaikovsky

Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Vedernikov; Denis Kozhukhin

GlasgowOundjian conducts Brahms' Requiem

Fauré, Dvořák, Brahms
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Peter Oundjian; Augustin Hadelich; Sarah-Jane Brandon; Roderick Williams; RSNO Chorus
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Safe and simple pleasures from Scottish Opera's La traviata

There are no answers, nor indeed many probing questions, in this Scottish Opera revival of Sir David McVicar’s production from 2008, but it is sumptuous and enjoyable.
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A life-affirming Mahler 3 in Glasgow

The RSNO’s Mahler 3 is jubilant, life-affirming and memorable under the conductor Peter Oundjian. 
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Bohème bursts with joie de vivre

Renaud Doucet and André Barbe’s La bohème for Scottish Opera set in the jazz-age is packed with Parisian life. 
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Lessons from Europe in a fun-filled Fledermaus

Eisenstein is a Tory Minister out of his depth on a European mission. Mischief and fun galore in RCS’s well sung Die Fledermaus, a fitting tribute to Timothy Dean as he stands down as Head of Opera.
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Each Other, Scottish Ballet

Scottish Ballet’s Each Other taps into the visceral impact from the image of worn, discarded shoes to create a poignant and compelling piece about the tensions between different groups.
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What’s behind Bluebeard’s 8th door?

Karen Cargill returns to Scottish Opera as Judith in Bluebeard’s Castle in a double bill with The 8th Door, a new opera from Lliam Paterson and Vanishing Point’s Matthew Lenton.
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