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Scottish Chamber Orchestra 2

Robin Ticciati conducts Brahms Cycle

In the second of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s Brahms cycle, Robin Ticciati conducts the second and fourth symphonies.

Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Robin Ticciati Conductor 

Brahms Symphony No 2
Brahms Symphony No 4

Mercurial, magical, constantly surprising. The Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Robin Ticciati have enjoyed one of the music world’s most joyfully symbiotic partnerships, admired across the globe. 

To mark his very final concert as the SCO’s Principal Conductor, Ticciati brings his International Festival Brahms symphony cycle to a resounding conclusion.

Full of warmth and brimming with optimism, Brahms’s joyful Second Symphony is a celebration of soaring melodic invention, as fiery as it is sensitive. His Fourth Symphony, by contrast, is one of his profoundest creations, an astonishing exploration of the cathartic power of music.

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19 August 2018

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