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Maxim's Eroica | Scottish Chamber Orchestra

When
Wednesday September 27, 2023 at 19:30
Where
Perth Concert Hall, Perth
Tickets
£33.50 to £16.50
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  1. The Origin of Colour (world premiere) - Jay Capperauld
  2. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No 1 in B flat minor Op 23 - Pyotr Tchaikovsky
  3. Symphony No 3 in E flat, 'Eroica' Op 55 - Ludwig van Beethoven

Join the birthday celebrations! Maxim Emelyanychev sets out for an unforgettable evening of joy and passion as he guides the Scottish Chamber Orchestra on a very special 50th anniversary tour of the nation – in some of the biggest-hearted, most compelling music around.

With its heart-on-sleeve emotion and its soaring romantic melodies, Tchaikovsky’s First is understandably one of the world best loved piano concertos – and it’s sure to make a stong impression the hands of powerful Russian-US pianist Kirill Gerstein.

Beethoven’s majestic ‘Eroica’ Symphony brings the festivities to a rousing, soul-lifting conclusion, while Scottish Chamber Orchestra Associate Composer Jay Capperauld – one of Scotland’s most exciting and original voices – unveils a brilliantly coloured new piece written specially for the occasion.

*Commissioned by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, and with generous support from the Vaughan Williams Foundation.


Venue
Perth Concert Hall
Mill Street
Perth
Perthshire
PH1 5HZ
Scotland


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