MAXIM CONDUCTS BRAHMS
Maxim Emelyanychev Conductor
Aylen Pritchin Violin
BRAHMS Violin Concerto in D
BRAHMS Symphony No 1 in C minor
Bristling power, heartrending melodies, exquisite craftsmanship: not
for nothing is Brahms commonly included alongside Bach and Beethoven
in the triumvirate of German master composers. Join Maxim Emelyanychev
for fresh perspectives on two of Brahms’ mightiest, most stirring
and deeply moving masterpieces.
Violinist Aylen Pritchin has been making huge waves in the
international scene with the purity and passion of his performances. A
close colleague and collaborator with Emelyanychev, he brings a
historically-informed slant to the graceful elegance and
life-affirming lyricism of the Brahms Violin Concerto.
Emelyanychev closes the concert with Brahms Symphony No 1 – noble
and majestic, but also mercurial and poetic. It took the composer
decades to create, but it’s a work to match the achievements of
Beethoven in a new age.
Subscription booking opens: 10am Wednesday 25 May
Single ticket booking opens: 10am Monday 27 June
HOW TO BOOK YOUR SUBSCRIPTION:
Book for a minimum of 4 concerts to be eligible for the Subscription
discounts. If you were an SCO Subscriber in 2019/20, we have secured
your seats and will hold them until Friday 24 June.
Subscribe online at www.sco.org.uk/subscriptions
You will be able to renew your Subscription or book a new one online
from 25 May. Online Subscriptions work best for customers who require
the same seats for each performance. If your Subscription is likely to
be more complicated and you would like varying numbers of seats and/or
different seating locations, you are advised to fill out a booking
form and return it by post.
Subscribe by Post:
You will also be able to use the booking forms either within our
2022/23 Season brochure, or, for previous Subscribers, a pre-filled
form that you'll receive at home. All booking forms should be returned
to SCO Subscriptions, 4 Royal Terrace, Edinburgh EH7 5AB by Friday 24