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Salle: Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Edimbourg

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AdresseEdimbourg
Scotland
EH8 9JG
Royaume-uni
Google maps55° 56' 28.418" N 3° 10' 53.929" W
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EdimbourgSongs of Wars I Have Seen

Goebbels: Songs of Wars I Have Seen
Ellie Slorach; Members of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Dunedin Consort

EdimbourgStefan Jackiw & Friends

MacMillan, Ives, Brahms
Stefan Jackiw; Jessica Bodner; Sterling Elliott; Orion Weiss

EdimbourgEnsemble Jupiter / Iestyn Davies

Haendel
Thomas Dunford; Iestyn Davies; Ensemble Jupiter

EdimbourgNovus String Quartet

Schubert, Britten, Brahms
Novus String Quartet

EdimbourgGünther Groissböck / Malcolm Martineau

Schumann, Rott, Bruckner, Wolf, Strauss R., Mahler
Günther Groissböck; Malcolm Martineau

EdimbourgEmmanuel Ceysson & Friends

Renié, Caplet, Constant, Debussy, Tournier, Ravel
Emmanuel Ceysson; Unknown; Emily Davis; Ruth Gibson

EdimbourgSir András Schiff

Sir András Schiff, Piano

EdimbourgDunedin Consort / John Butt

Bach
John Butt; Dunedin Consort
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

The SCO bring forward one of their own to play Mozart's Flute Concerto

André Cebrián dazzles as the flute soloist in a Mozart concerto, but Joana Carneiro's conducting only intermittently draws magic from the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. 

Franco-American fusion from the SCO in Edinburgh

Joseph Swensen shoogles and swings in Poulenc and Milhaud in an exploration of different musical cultures and a fusion of classical and jazz.

Anthony Marwood leads the Scottish Chamber Orchestra forwards in time

A concept album of a programme which might not quite have cohered, but whose components were never less than lovely.

From the darkness, Karine Polwart and the SCO seek the light

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra directed by Hugo Ticciati premiere Karine Polwart and Pippa Murphy’s Seek the Light, performed as a thread with contemporary string works. 

Baroque given a Russian thrill in Edinburgh

Maxim Emelyanychev and violinist Dmitry Sinkovsky provided Russian thrills in a baroque programme with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra on top form.

Mozart and Fauré from Susan Tomes and a scaled-down SCO

Tomes grips the eye as well as the ear, for she has mastered the art of throwaway perfectionism in music that's in her blood.

Exciting departure from the mainstream by Scottish Chamber Orchestra

Maxim Emelyanychev gave individual string players from the SCO more airtime and more of a “chamber” feel to an intriguing programme of Baroque, Classical and Romantic works.

Dancing and sparkling Czech rarities from the SCO

Krása, Dvořák, Haas and Martinů made for a splendidly curated programme from Edinburgh.