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

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RSNO launches its digital season with the Chevalier de Saint-Georges

Thomas Søndergård conducts the RSNO © Royal Scottish National Orchestra

RSNO opens its digital season with Thomas Søndergård conducting Haydn’s The Bear and Beethoven’s Eroica. The extraordinary tale of Joseph Bologne links all as Maya Iwabuchi plays his Violin Concerto in A major.

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Locked down by loyalties? Janáček’s Diary at Scottish Opera

Ed Lyon in The Diary of One Who Disappeared © Lammermuir Festival | Scottish Opera
A compelling treatment of a richly ambiguous work, one that invited us into the drama.
*****
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Scottish Opera’s Emerging Artists sign off with a live stream

Lucy Walters, Mark Nathan, Arthur Bruce, Charlie Drummond, Jasmine Clark, Michael Papadopoulos © James Glossop
Charlie Drummond, Heather Ireson, Arthur Bruce and Mark Nathan shine in a truly live-streamed recital from Glasgow.

Superb ensemble from the RCS Opera Students in Die Dreigroschenoper

The Threepenny Opera © Robert McFadzean | Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

A heartfelt performance of Die Dreigroschenoper from the RSC Opera students in Glasgow, Caroline Clegg directing a tight ensemble and Philip White conducting a sprightly band.

****1
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Stylish, powerful Nixon in China from Scottish Opera

Julia Sporsén (Pat Nixon) © James Glossop

Scottish Opera’s Nixon in China in a stylish, living history production from John Fulljames, with strong performances across the board, Joana Carneiro stoking the fires in the pit.

****1
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The Rape of Lucretia: a shockingly powerful take at RCS

Lauren Young (Lucretia), Jolyon Loy (Tarquinius), Robin Horgan and Charlotte Richardson (Chorus) © Robert McFadzean

Jack Furness’ production packs a shocking punch in Glasgow with a tightly sung ensemble of singers and a taut chamber band under conductor Lionel Friend.

****1
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