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Performer: Thomas Søndergård

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EdinburghRoyal Scottish National Orchestra & Thomas Søndergård

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Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Harriet Walter; Edinburgh Festival Chorus

LondonJulia Fischer plays Mozart: Straight out of Salzburg

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Strauss R., Mozart
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Julia Fischer

LondonJulia Fischer plays Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante

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Mozart, Strauss R.
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Julia Fischer; Nils Mönkemeyer
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GlasgowSøndergård & Benedetti

Weinberg, Szymanowski, Panufnik
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Nicola Benedetti
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Welcome back! French delights from a joyful RSNO in Perth

The RSNO welcomes the audience back in a light and joyful French programme conducted by Thomas Søndergård with its own oboist Adrian Wilson as soloist in L'Horloge de flore.


Thrilling rarities from Søndergård and the RSNO

Nicola Benedetti continues to champion Szymanowski's First Violin Concerto in an exemplary account.

Sparkling Britten and joyous Beethoven from Spence and Søndergård

Thomas Søndergård steers the RSNO into the finale of their first digital season with Nicky Spence luminous in Britten’s Les Illuminations and the players joyous in Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.


Punchy Weill and placid Sibelius in Berlin

Stepping in at the last minute, conductor Thomas Søndergård offered a program that didn’t fully adhere to the orchestra’s planned exploration of Berlin in the Weimar era.


An invitation to the dance with the LPO and Thomas Søndergård

Vision 2020 is the snappy title the LPO uses for contrasting works from different centuries. Here Thomas Søndergård danced his way through Ravel, Bent Sørensen and Schubert.


Midori unlocks the magical jewel case

The Royal Scottish National Orchestra and its chief conductor Thomas Søndergård have little to say about Beethoven’s First Symphony, but in partnership with Midori much more about that composer’s Violin Concerto.