Edinburgh Royal Choral Union joins with the Tallaght Choral Society and the Edinburgh Pro Musica Orchestra, with soloists Emily Mitchell and Trevor Bowes, and conductor Michael Bawtree, for a concert
Richard Egarr was the guest conductor and the first piece on this Scottish Chamber Orchestra programme was Beethoven’s overture to the ballet Creatures of Prometheus.
From the moment each member of the Australian Chamber Orchestra marched on stage, we knew we were in for something good.
German born Viviane Hagner was the violin soloist when Unsuk Chin’s Violin Concerto was first performed in 2002.
A diverse programme of music spanning 221 years was performed to a capacity (including standees) Queen's Hall audience by the Grammy Award winning Emerson Quartet.
The Sixteen have gained a worldwide reputation since establishment by Harry Christophers in 1979.
Full marks to the solo violinist, Baiba Skride, who worked her way through the forty minutes of Sofia Gubaidulina’s Offertorium.
The sonorous timbre of The Queen's Hall Steinway No.
The Budapest Festival Orchestra won well-deserved vociferous applause from a full Usher Hall for a sparkling Bartok and Mahler concert.