Scottish Chamber Orchestra preform Beethoven Symphony No 2
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra will perform Beethoven Symphony No 2 which was once lovingly described as a “hideously writhing, wounded dragon” by a Viennese newspaper.
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra in Edinburgh will be delighting its audience with an outstanding performance. The evening will feature the World Premiere of James MacMillan’s new arrangement: Concertino for Horn and Strings.
James MacMillan – World Premiere
Alec Frank-Gemmill will be positioned front and centre as Principal Horn for MacMillan’s new arrangement. Alec is recognised across the globe for his unprecedented musical talents and his musical performances range from the Baroque era to the latest contemporary compositions. It’s no surprise that The Daily Telegraph described Alec’s musical abilities as “unforced” and “richly responsive”.
Beethoven Symphony No 2
Andrew Manze, the acclaimed interpreter will be conducting performances of both Britten and Beethoven Symphony No 2. His reputation proceeds him as one of Brittan’s finest conductors of his generation. Andrew Manze’s profound, in-depth understanding of his musical range is exuded by his limitless energy as a communicator.
The evening promises to delight both seasoned and novice music lovers. The Scottish Chamber Orchestra will be performing on Saturday 4 March at 19:30 in The Queen’s Hall, Clerk Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9JG. Tickets range from £11 to £32.50
As you can imagine, such an event is very popular. If you are travelling into the city and require local accommodation, please plan ahead. B+B Edinburgh is situated under 2.5 miles from The Queen’s Hall. There are quick transport links to and from the venue. Please contact B+B Edinburgh directly (+44 (0) 131 225 5084) or book online (http://www.bb-edinburgh.com) to secure your stay with us.
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Saturday 4th March at 19:30
The Queen’s Hall, Clerk Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9JG
Tickets range from £11 to £32.50