The Orchestra of Scottish Opera in Concert
The Orchestra of Scottish Opera in Concert

Each of the players in our fabulous orchestra specialises in opera, but that isn’t where their talents end. Our annual concert series is a regular highlight in Glasgow’s musical calendar and the final two concerts of the season give you a chance to see the orchestra performing music you wouldn’t necessarily hear in the theatre.


With a programme that makes the most of the wonderful acoustics of the venue, our April concert features Mozart’s magnificent ‘Linz’ Symphony and Shostakovich’s vibrant Symphony No.9. Plus, following the centenary year of Britten’s birth, we celebrate his extraordinary music with his lovely Suite on English Folk Tunes. Rising star Daniel Cohen conducts.


Conducted by acclaimed British conductor James Burton, our June concert features the great Russian composer Stravinsky’s Pulcinella Suite, Vaughan Williams’ serene Symphony No.5 and the world premiere of Composer in Residence Gareth Williams’ the song, the stars, the blossom.


Sun 27 Apr 3pm, St Andrew's in the Square, Glasgow


Britten Suite on English Folk Tunes, Op.90 

Mozart Symphony No.36 in C Major, K.425 ('Linz')
Mozart Masonic Funeral Music in C minor, K.477
Shostakovich Symphony No.9 in E flat Major, Op.70


Conductor Daniel Cohen


Sun 1 Jun 3pm, St Andrew’s in the Square, Glasgow


Stravinsky Pulcinella Suite
Gareth Williams the song, the stars, the blossom WORLD PREMIERE
Vaughan Williams Symphony No.5 in D Major

Conductor James Burton


Advanced booking is highly recommended.


Tickets £13/£10 concessions

(plus 50p booking fee per card transaction)

St Andrew's in the Square, No 1 St Andrew's Square, Glasgow G1 5PP

Sun 27 Apr 3.00pm

Sun 1 Jun 3.00pm