GLASGOW: SCOTTISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA AND FIREWORKS
WHAT: GLASGOW: SCOTTISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA AND FIREWORKS
WHY: CLASSICAL MUSIC CONCERT FEATURING PYROTECHNICS
WHEN: FRIDAY 15TH NOVEMBER 2019
WHERE: CITY HALLS & OLD FRUITMARKET, GLASGOW
COST: SEE WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS
The Glasgow Chamber Orchestra have numerous dates planned around Scotland featuring their new Conductor Maxim Emelyanchev, from Russia. This incredible 31 years old young man is from a family of musicians and is himself a talented pianist and harpsichord player. In addition to conducting for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, he will over the next 12-months play all over Europe including conducting for the Netherlands Philharmonic, the Antwerp Symphony, Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla, the Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana and numerous others following on from his debut performance at Glyndebourne this year.
The S.C.O is a collaboration of truly talented musicians who share a love for music and want to share it with as many as possible. They have performed across Europe, the Far East, India and the USA. This team also support the local community, playing in hospitals, schools and community and elderly care centres around Scotland.
Featured music from Composers Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven as well as some works by Philippe Hersant, noted Frenchman who has scored numerous French films.
The concert will also feature internationally acclaimed violinist Carolin Widmann playing Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 2
The final part of the performance features Maxim conducting the orchestra in The Jupiter Suite by Mozart which will feature pyrotechnics.