Chamber Sunday with SCO String Soloists
An ensemble of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra strings takes you on a profound emotional journey in the Season’s final chamber concert at The Queen's Hall on Sunday 24th March.
About Chamber Sunday with SCO String Soloists
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Season's final chamber concert.
From beaming optimism to aching poignancy: an ensemble of SCO strings takes you on a profound emotional journey in the Season’s final chamber concert.
Dvořák’s Quintet teems with melting Bohemian melody, while the infectious eagerness of Bartók’s vibrant Romanian Folk Dances draws on his own musical research in the country. Strauss’ intensely personal Metamorphosen, however, is a tragic reflection on the devastation the composer saw during World War Two – heartrending, gripping and deeply cathartic.
Dvořák: Quintet in G, Op 77
Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances
Benjamin Marquise Gilmore, Ruth Crouch: Violin
Jane Atkins, Felix Tanner: Viola
Philip Higham, Su-A Lee: Cello
Nikita Naumov: Double Bass
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