The final Friday evening concert of the year from the Royal Scottish National Orchestra began with the familiar and comfortable fanfare of Dmitri S
The short first half began with the short but lively oompah from Tchaikovsky's Dance of the Tumblers.
In a concert devoted to the work of celebrated American film score composer Danny Elfman, we heard four works.
A traditional carol service for all, held on Mound Place.
Two award winning brass bands perform a diverse programme of music including Tchaikovsky, Wagner and Disney movies.
After a few words from Music Director Thomas Søndergård, the concert opened with a fourteen minute orchestral interlude from Franz Schreker's first
St Cecilia’s Hall the oldest purpose-built concert hall in Scotland, and the second oldest (after Oxford’s Holywell Room) in the British Isles hold
Thirty five members of a choir from the Faroe Islands gave a very appropriate and commendable concert in St Vincent's as part of the choir's visit
Listeners of classical music on radio cannot help associate Neeme Järvi with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra for although Principal Conductor
The ‘Sunday Classics’ concert at the Usher Hall was with the Flanders Symphony Orchestra from Ghent.