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

This annual concert series gives you the chance to see our orchestra performing music you wouldn't necessarily hear in the theatre.  In the stunning setting that is St. Andrew's in the Square in Glasgow, visiting conductors and guest singers join them to explore a range of music that takes full advantage of the intimate and atmospheric venue. 


Mozart and Sibelius are the focus of our November concert. Conducted by Minnesota Opera Music Director Michael Christie, the concert begins with Mozart's full-bodied Symphony No.38 'Prague'. Rosalind Coad, Scottish Opera Emerging Artist, 2014/2015, sings Mozart arias, including two he composed for Martín y Soler's seldom-heard Il burbero di buon cuore. After the interval Rosalind returns to perform a selection of Sibelius's songs inspired by Finnish and Swedish poetry. The concert is rounded off with a rare opportunity to hear Sibelius's uplifting Symphony No.3.  


Wednesday 12 November 3pm

St. Andrew's in the Square, Glasgow


Mozart Symphony No. 38 ('Prague')

Mozart 'Vado, ma dove?', K.583

Mozart 'Chi sa, chi sa, qual sia', K.582

Mozart 'Deh vieni, non tardar' from The Marriage of Figaro, K.492

Sibelius A selection of songs

Sibelius Symphony No. 3 in C Major, Op.52


Conductor Michael Christie

Soloist Rosalind Coad



Tickets £13 / £10 concessions (plus 50p booking fee per card transaction)


In person: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Box Office, 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G2 3DB


By Phone: 0141 332 5057 (Mon to Sat 10am - 3pm). Saturday opening hours vary.  Please check with the Box Office. 


Please Note: Details of our Sunday 29 March and Sunday 26 April concerts will be available in early Autumn 2014. 



*Discount includes concessions. 

 Advanced booking is highly recommended. 

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

Wed 12 Nov 3.00pm