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Intérprete: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

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GlasgowAfternoon Performance: Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet

Afternoon Performance: Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet
Britten, Stravinsky, Prokofiev
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; Alpesh Chauhan

GlasgowChristmas at the Movies (1 hour performance)

Christmas at the Movies (1 hour performance)
Various: Obras
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; Roderick Dunk; Jamie MacDougall

GlasgowChristmas at The Movies

Christmas at The Movies
Various: Obras
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; Roderick Dunk; Jamie MacDougall

GlasgowA Very Merry Christmas

A Very Merry Christmas
Various: Obras
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Cottee

AberdeenA Very Merry Christmas

A Very Merry Christmas
Various: Obras
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Cottee
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Themes, variations and serenades from BBC Scottish

John Wilson © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Themes and Variations from Brahms and Dvořák, haunting Britten with Stuart Jackson and Alberto Menéndez Escribano, John Wilson standing in to conduct at City Halls, Glasgow. 

Volkov and the BBC Scottish find drama in the “Little Russian”

Georgia Jarman © Claire McAdams
Georgia Jarman proves a flamboyant soloist in Szymanowski's Love Songs of Hafiz

Prom 35: Martyn Brabbins celebrates 60th birthday in style

Martyn Brabbins © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
A fascinating new companion piece to Elgar's Enigma Variations, from 14 contemporary composers, in celebration of Martyn Brabbins' 60th birthday, performed with enthusiasm by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.

Prom 20: eventful all-Sibelius Prom

Thomas Dausgaard and Pekka Kuusisto © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
I’ve heard this concerto a hundred times but it’s never sounded quite like this. It was a coming home.

Prom 19: From dawn to death with Thomas Dausgaard and the BBCSSO

Thomas Dausgaard © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Strauss’ Also sprach Zarathustra fills the Royal Albert Hall, while Schumann’s piano concerto is followed by MacMillan’s masterpiece The Confession of Isobel Gowdie