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Venue: Queen's Hall, Edinburgh

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AdresseEdinburgh
Scotland
EH8 9JG
Vereinigtes Königreich
Google maps55° 56' 28.418" N 3° 10' 53.929" W
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A joyful start from Maxim Emelyanychev and the SCO

Maxim Emelyanychev © Gordon Burniston

Colourful Hersant, virtuosic Prokofiev with Carolin Widmann and Mozart’s “Jupiter” packed with unpredictable excitement.

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A flash of Bachian colour to see out the EIF’s Queen’s Hall season

John Butt and the Dunedin Consort © David Barbour
John Butt’s musicians show that Bach’s secular cantatas have just as much to offer as the sacred.
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Reservoir Dogs: EIF's Bach's series goes out with a bang

The Dunedin Consort in rehearsal © Ryan Buchanan
Ares, Butt, Egarr and Foster play brilliantly, but they're at their best when there's no orchestra.
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Ottensamer and Wang kick off the EIF's morning recitals

Andreas Ottensamer © Lars Borges | Mercury Classics
Sparks fly at the Queen's Hall, but it's the gentler arrangements that really impress. 
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Håkan Hardenberger plays two trumpet concertos in Edinburgh

Håkan Hardenberger © Marco Borggreve
John Storgårds' annual SCO concert features the brilliant trumpeter bringing to life concertos old and new.
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Playful, creative and joyous: Pekka Kuusisto directs the SCO

Pekka Kuusisto © Kaapo Kamu

Pekka Kuusisto’s direction of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is playful, creative and joyous in a mixed programme from Biber to Bartók, Haydn to Messiaen wrapped round with Ravel.

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Baroque brilliance brought to life by Richard Egarr

Richard Egarr © Marco Borggreve
This concert of Purcell and Handel was as theatrically engaging as anything you'd find in an opera house.
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French delights from François Leleux and the SCO

Carolyn Sampson © Marco Borggreve

The SCO delights and charms with François Leleux, Carolyn Sampson and Eleanor Hudson in a thoughtful programme of French music linking the Debussy and Berlioz anniversaries.

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