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RSNO 2020/21 - Sibelius Five

RSNO 2020/21 - Sibelius Five

RSNO 2020/21 - Sibelius Five


Book tickets

£38.50, £29.50, £25.00, £19.00 and £13.50
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
No Booking Fee. A transaction fee of £1.50 is charged for online bookings and £1.75 for phone bookings. Postage, where applicable, is charged at £1.00.
0141 353 8000

Dates and times

Saturday 14 November 2020
7:30PM - 10:30PM

RSNO Online 2020/21 subscriptions and single ticket sales due to start from Tuesday 5 May 2020 will be delayed until further notice.

We are sincerely sorry, however working remotely, has not allowed the Box Office team to be able to offer this sales option at the current time.

The situation will continue to be reviewed in line with Government advice.

Hebrides Overture Fingal’s Cave

Detlev Glanert
Violin Concerto No2 To the Immortal Beloved (RSNO Co-commission) UK Premiere

Craig Armstrong
Stac Lee: ‘Dawn’ and ‘Dusk’ from The Lost Songs of St Kilda

Symphony No5

Ryan Bancroft CONDUCTOR

Midori Goto VIOLIN

When Mendelssohn sailed to Staffa, so taken was he by the sights and sounds that he quickly penned the opening of the Hebrides Overture. Nearly two centuries later, the Scottish composer Craig Armstrong captured the spirit of St Kilda in ravishing music. These two Scottish classics are united by a passionate brand-new violin concerto by Detlev Glanert – a composer drenched in the romantic spirit. And then join the RSNO amid the vast Nordic vistas of Sibelius’ majestic Fifth Symphony.

Venue Map


Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3NY

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