SCO 2023/24: Northern Lights with Joseph Swensen
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- Dates and times
- 19th Apr 2024
- Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Joseph Swensen conductor
André Cebrián flute
Katherine Bryer cor anglaise
MAXWELL DAVIES Concert Overture ‘Ebb of Winter’
NIELSEN Flute Concerto
SIBELIUS The Swan of Tuonela
NIELSEN (orch SWENSEN) Four Movements for Orchestra
Look north for luminous music from Orkney, Denmark and Finland, brought together by SCO Conductor Emeritus Joseph Swensen.
Maxwell Davies imagined the hard-fought arrival of an Orcadian spring in one of his final works, written in 2013 for the SCO, while Sibelius offers an atmospheric portrait of the underworld of Finnish mythology, whose guardian swan is sung by SCO cor anglais player Katherine Bryer.
SCO Principal Flute André Cebrián is the soloist in Neilson’s brilliant Concerto, while Swensen offers his own rich orchestral reimagining of the same composer’s youthful First String Quartet.
*The performance of Peter Maxwell Davies’ The Ebb of Water is supported by Resonate, a PRS Foundation initiative in partnership with Association of British Orchestras, BBC Radio 3 and Boltini Trust.
Fri 19 Apr, 2pm City Halls, Glasgow
Please note: Matinee performance starts at 2pm.
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