Building on the work it has done throughout the pandemic to connect with audiences digitally, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra has launched its 2021 Digital Season, with three concerts selected from SCO’s refined 2021 Autumn season, featuring a variety of beloved classics from the orchestral canon, as well as the Scottish premiere of a new work from SCO’s Associate Composer Anna Clyne.
“We’re excited to continue our popular online concerts into the coming season with some particularly eclectic music. Edinburgh-born percussionist Colin Currie slaps out infectious rhythms on his own body in Julia Wolfe’s frenetic concerto riSE and fLY. Our Family concert – Stan and Mabel – goes online this autumn in time for the schools’ October break, and our luscious The Lark Ascending concert will warm the soul in November,” said SCO Chief Executive Gavin Reid.
Each of the three concerts will be free to stream online for one month after their respective performances.
The first concert in the SCO’s digital...