From the 1st October Scottish Government legislation requires audiences to show full Covid Vaccination Certificate Status to gain entry to some of our events.

Find out about Covid Vaccination Certificate Requirements

Skip to main content

RSNO: Sondergard Conducts Rachmaninov

  • 17 Feb 2022
  • 7:30pm
  • Music Hall

Overview

RSNO: Sondergard Conducts Rachmaninov

CARLIJN METSELAAR                                    Into the Living Mountain (RSNO Composers’ Hub winner 2019:20)
SHOSTAKOVICH                                               Cello Concerto No1
RACHMANINOV                                                 Symphony No2
Thomas Søndergård                                      Conductor
Aleksei Kiseliov                                                Cello
Royal Scottish National Orchestra

Could Rachmaninov’s Second be the most romantic symphony ever written? With its vast, storm-swept vistas, endless melodies and rapturous love-song of a slow movement, it’s definitely a contender. Thomas Søndergård conducts it with unbridled emotion – the climax of a concert that begins amid two very different musical landscapes. Carlijn Metselaar evokes a classic of Scottish literature, while Shostakovich’s First Cello Concerto is a dark, edgy Cold War thriller, performed today by the RSNO’s own Aleksei Kiseliov.

Supported by the Ambache Charitable Trust, which raises the profile of music by women. RSNO Composers’ Hub 2019:20 was supported by RSNO New Works Patron, Susie Thomson.

Price

£29.00 - £13.00

Aberdeen Concert Series

Book all four concerts Aberdeen Concert Series and save 20% on the cost of your tickets.

SCO: Grosvenor Plays Liszt
SCO: Maxim’s Mozart
RSNO: Sondergard Conducts Rachmaninov
RSNO: Nicola Benedetti Plays Simpson