Due to the planned upgrade to The Glasgow Royal Concert [https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/news/glasgow-royal-concert-hall-to-receive-over-2-million-investment-for-revamp], the RSNO's performance of Rachmaninov's Symphonic Dances is being relocated to the City Halls on Sunday 12 March 2023. All affected ticketholders are being contacted.
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GERSHWIN Cuban Overture
COPLAND Clarinet Concerto
RACHMANINOV Symphonic Dances
JOHN WILSON Conductor
TIMOTHY ORPEN Clarinet
Join us as we cross the Atlantic to jazz-age America, where George Gershwin throws a party Cuban-style and Aaron Copland imagines city lights and wide, open spaces (with the help of the RSNO’s very own Timothy Orpen on clarinet). And amid the traffic and the skyscrapers, Sergei Rachmaninov dreams of another world in his electrifying (but heart-breaking) Symphonic Dances. John Wilson conducts, and there isn’t a conductor alive who brings more energy – or more emotion – to this fabulous music.
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