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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en St Andrews, Royaume-uni

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St AndrewsLunchtime Concert

Vasks, Bach
University of St Andrews Symphony Orchestra; Nikita Naumov

St AndrewsVoyage through America with Pekka Kuusisto

Stravinsky, Muhly, Dessner, Barber, Copland
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Pekka Kuusisto
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SCO explore music drawn from nature

Olari Elts © Marco Borggreve
Vasks’ Viola Concerto receives its Scottish première with Maxim Rysanov and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra as they explore music and nature in the Baltic, Rome and America.

Madness or Genuis? Exploring the Dark Side

St Andrews Voices was a perfect platform for Roderick Williams and Iain Burnside to exlore the fine line between madness and genuis in a compelling song recital.

Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Renata Pokupić and Jean-Christophe Spinosi

A significantly smaller than usual audience was present for the SCO’s ‘Symphonic Opera’ concert, the finale of its St Andrews season. In the days leading up to thee concert, there was some disgruntlement from people about the programme – “Another Haydn symphony” was a common complaint, the Orchestra having put on several in St Andrews recently.

Words and Music with the SCO

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s concerts in St Andrews are usually full-house events in the University’s Younger Hall, with recent repertoire covering Mozart piano concertos and Haydn symphonies at some length. This evening’s programme promised something quite different: four works celebrating ‘words and music’, as part of the StAnza poetry festival.