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Maxim Emelyanychev & Principals of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra

The Russian conductor and pianist is joined by the SCO’s principal players for a Romantic recital of Brahms, Dohnányi and Schumann.

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Brahms Trio for clarinet, cello and piano 
Schumann Adagio and Allegro 
Dohnányi Sextet

Russian conductor Maxim Emelyanychev has quickly risen to international prominence with his remarkably agile, fiery music-making. He becomes the Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s new Principal Conductor for the 2019-20 season.

Emelyanychev is equally respected as an athletic, energetic pianist. In this special foretaste of his partnership with the SCO, he is joined by six of the orchestra’s magnificent principal players for a richly Romantic recital contrasting touching sensitivity with uproarious bravura.

Together, Emelyanychev and the SCO players move from the intimacy and warmth of Brahms’s Clarinet Trio to the orchestral-scale virtuosity of Dohnányi’s high-spirited Sextet, by way of the optimistic good cheer of Schumann’s bright Adagio and Allegro for horn and piano.

This concert will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.

Maxim Emelyanychev Piano
Maximiliano Martín Clarinet
Alec Frank-Gemmill Horn
Benjamin Marquise Gilmore Violin
Fiona Winning Viola
Philip Higham Cello

Brahms Trio for clarinet, cello and piano
Schumann Adagio and Allegro
Dohnányi Sextet


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12 August 2019

Centre stalls
£35
Rear stalls
£30 £15 £11
Side stalls
£30 £25 £21 £11
Centre gallery
£35 £30 £25
Side gallery
£25 £15 £11
Under 18s
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Under 26
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