City Halls

BBC SSO 2024/25: Scottish Influences

BBC SSO 2024/25: Scottish Influences
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Dates and times
12th Oct 2024
7:30PM - 9:30PM
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets On General Sale: 10am, Thursday 9 May 2024

BBC SSO 2024/25: Scottish Influences

with University of Edinburgh Chamber Choir & Glasgow Chamber Choir

Errollyn Wallen   Mighty River (c.15 mins)

Maxwell Davies   Lullaby for Lucy* (c.6 mins)

James MacMillan   Hodie Puer Nascitur (c.7 mins)


James MacMillan   Tu Es Petrus (c.4 mins)

Cresswell   Pater Columbia* (c.7 mins)

Maxwell Davies   An Orkney Wedding with Sunrise (c.13 mins)

University of Edinburgh Chamber Choir & Glasgow Chamber Choir

Danny Driver piano

Michael Bawtree conductor*

Martyn Brabbins conductor

An all-night party, a northern sunrise – join us for a lifeaffirming celebration of music made in Scotland. Singers from across the Central Belt come together to perform modern sacred masterpieces by Sir James MacMillan, and Errollyn Wallen salutes her ancestors in a wordless song of survival and freedom. We raise a toast to the late Lyell Creswell – the irrepressible, utterly individual New Zealand composer who made Edinburgh his home, and whose extraordinary Third Piano Concerto receives its European premiere from Danny Driver. And then we’re off to Orkney, where Peter Maxwell Davies is keeping a welcome – no spoilers, but let’s just say that it gets lively…  

Booking Information

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