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Venue: Queen's Hall, Edinburgh

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AddressEdinburgh
Scotland
EH8 9JG
United Kingdom
Google maps55° 56' 28.418" N 3° 10' 53.929" W
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EdinburghFrom Darkness to Light with Anthony Marwood

Ives, Raskatov, Haydn, Bruckner, Elgar, Stravinsky, Weill
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Anthony Marwood

EdinburghSchuldt conducts Schumann

Schumann, Anderson
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Clemens Schuldt; Alban Gerhardt

EdinburghMaxim's Baroque Inspirations

Grieg, Escaich, Vivaldi, Górecki, Hindemith
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Maxim Emelyanychev

EdinburghJaniewicz and the Scottish Enlightenment

Handel, Janiewicz, Gow, Erskine, Traditional, Haydn
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Peter Whelan; Colin Scobie

EdinburghMusique Amerique

Milhaud, Copland, Bernstein, Poulenc
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Joseph Swensen; Maximiliano Martín

EdinburghAn Evening with Françoix Leleux

Farrenc, Mendelssohn, Schubert
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; François Leleux

EdinburghMozart Flute Concerto

Debussy, Mozart, Stravinsky
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Joana Carneiro; André Cebrián

EdinburghFolk Inspirations with Pekka and Sam

Janáček, Amidon, Mazzoli, Sibelius
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Pekka Kuusisto; Sam Amidon
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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. 

****1
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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.

*****
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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.
***11
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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.
***11
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Dancing and sparkling Czech rarities from the SCO

Krása, Dvořák, Haas and Martinů made for a splendidly curated programme from Edinburgh. 
****1
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A Scottish Soldier’s Tale powerfully told by the SCO

Matthew McVarish’s Scottish soldier brings Stravinsky’s Soldier’s Tale vividly to life, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra on sparking form conducted by Gordon Bragg.

****1
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Scottish Chamber Orchestra in top form with short works of substance

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra electrifies with spirited performances of Bach and Beethoven, while four violins delight in Bacewicz's lithe Fourth Quartet.
****1
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Ambitious student works performed with style by the SCO

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra explores student works from Bernstein’s punchy Clarinet Sonata, Barber’s String Quartet, featuring his greatest hit, and Coleridge-Taylor’s sunny Nonet. 

****1
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