BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

GBRClassical, Orchestral
285,983 monthly listeners
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  • 21.2K followers
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BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra's Top Spotify Songs

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Artist Name
Scotland
54K streams
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Artist Name
Mary Queen Of Scots
35.1K streams
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Peer Gynt-Suite Nr. 1, Op. 46: I. Morgenstemning (Morning Mood)
21K streams
4
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Lord Of The Isles
15.6K streams
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Linlithgow Palace
5.1K streams
54K
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35.1K
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21K
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15.6K
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5.1K
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4.4K
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Peer Gynt-Suite Nr. 1, Op. 46: Peet Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46: I. Morning

Edvard Grieg, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Jerzy Maksymiuk
4.3K
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4K
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BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra's YouTube Videos

323.3K
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Laura Marling - What He Wrote (Live at Celtic Connections 2017)

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Laura Marling - What He Wrote (Live at Celtic Connections 2017)
Youtube
323.3K views
Jan 29, 2017
59.1K
Views

Laura Marling - TtNO / I Was an Eagle / You Know / Breathe (Live at Celtic Connections 2017)

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Laura Marling - TtNO / I Was an Eagle / You Know / Breathe (Live at Celtic Connections 2017)
Youtube
59.1K views
Jan 29, 2017
30.1K
Views

Jorge Bolet: Rachmaninov piano concert nº 3 (1/3)

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Jorge Bolet: Rachmaninov piano concert nº 3 (1/3)
Youtube
30.1K views
Jul 23, 2011

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

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Reading Adventure
by Spotify
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Most Famous Classical Pieces Ever
by Spotify
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Celtic Music (Chill to Epic) Pt. I
by Spotify
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Soft Music | Quiet Music | Solo Piano
by Spotify
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Scottish Highlands
by Spotify
306.3K
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34.7K
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30.5K
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BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra's Chart Ranks

Past 12 Months

Events34 Events

Jan-Feb
18-04
Celtic Connections
United Kingdom
GBR
, GlasgowN/A N/A
Past
Aug
04-27
Edinburgh International Festival
United Kingdom
GBR
, EdinburghN/A N/A
Past
Aug
05-28
Edinburgh International Festival
United Kingdom
GBR
, EdinburghN/A N/A
Past
Jun
22
Niteworks at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
United Kingdom
GBR
, Glasgow2500 - 5000 Hall
Past
Jan-Feb
20-06
Celtic Connections
United Kingdom
GBR
, GlasgowN/A N/A
Past

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra's Past Events34 Events

  • Celtic Connections festival

    Bruce Hornsby, Fatoumata Diawara, Angelique Kidjo, Allison Russell, Tommy Emmanuel, Billy Bragg, Margo Price, Blanco White, Sarah Jarosz, Molly Tuttle, Julie Fowlis, DakhaBrakha, The Wood Brothers, Aoife O'Donovan, The Milk Carton Kids, Sierra Hull, Jerry Douglas, John Craigie, Nati Dreddd, Chris Thile, This Is The Kit, Carlene Carter, Béla Fleck, Lankum, Drew Holcomb, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Darlingside, Lambchop, Skerryvore, Talisk, Katherine Priddy, Skipinnish, Dougie MacLean, Brothertiger, Kate Rusby, Israel Nash, Kelsey Waldon, Gnoss, Jembaa Groove, Lindsay Lou, King Creosote, Siobhan Miller, Norman Blake, Edgar Meyer, Alan Stivell, Jesca Hoop, Ashley Campbell, Daoiri Farrell, Joshua Burnside, Eddi Reader, KAIA KATER, Seth Lakeman, Carlos Núñez, Sam Amidon, Alison Brown, Teddy Thompson, Pete Josef, Calum Stewart, Good Lovelies, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Jeffrey Martin, Outliers, Karine Polwart, Rachel Sermanni, Michael Cleveland, Valtos, Michael McGoldrick, Bryan Sutton, Breabach, Les Amazones d'Afrique, Rura, Scott Matthews, Hannah Peel, Duncan Chisholm, Bernard Butler, Paul Buchanan, Steve Mason, Thea Gilmore, Buffalo Nichols, John Francis Flynn, Dustbowl Revival, Hamish Hawk, The Breath, Project Smok, Kim Carnie, Sam Brookes, Blazin' Fiddles, The Olllam, Ross Wilson, Ross Ainslie, The Outside Track, Kathryn Tickell, Scottish Ensemble, Cherish The Ladies, Niwel Tsumbu, Becky Sikasa, Andrew Wasylyk, Brighde Chaimbeul, Michael & Michelle, The Henry Girls, Adwaith, Kathryn Joseph, Éamon Doorley, Justin Currie, Väsen, John Doyle, Archie Fisher, Daimh, Josienne Clarke, Natalie Haas, Dirk Powell, Gary Innes, Carel Kraayenhof, Roddy Woomble, Ailie Robertson, Rumba de Bodas, Ron Block, Niall McCabe, Junior Brother, FARA, Goitse, Genticorum, Rosie H Sullivan, The Laurettes, John McCusker, Clive Carroll, Phil Cunningham, Mec Lir, Chris Difford, Kinnaris Quintet, Aly Bain, Ali Levack, Elaine Howley, Nancy Kerr, Lily Lyons, Maeve Gilchrist, Tim Edey, An Dannsa Dub, Dallahan, The Langan Band, Boo Hewerdine, Emma Pollock, Hannah Rarity, Damien O'Kane, Tragedy Ann, Robin Adams, Hamish Napier, Anna Massie, Niall McNamee, Findlay Napier, The Black Feathers, Nuala Kennedy, Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5, Session A9, Sarah Jane Scouten, The Willows, Jamie MacDonald, Joy Dunlop, Steph Geremia, Maxwell Quartet, The Nordic Fiddler's Bloc, Ceitidh Mac, Frankie Archer, RANT, Gordie Tentrees, Josie Duncan, Ali Hutton, Tom Bright, brownbear, Catriona McKay, Iona Lane, Zervas & Pepper, Eyes Of Others, Grainne Holland, Su-a Lee, Midnight Ambulance, HEISK, The Friel Sisters, Lomond Campbell, Beòlach, Rachel Hair, Stundom, Robbie Cavanagh, Adam Sutherland, Carola Ortiz, Mark Schatz, Nick Harper, Tom Wright, Sarabeth Tucek, Amy Papiransky, Mairearad Green, Alice Allen, Gillebrìde Macmillan, Allison de Groot & Tatiana Hargreaves, Beth Malcolm, Gatehouse, Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh, Low Lily, Ruth Lyon, Siiga, Annie Ebrel, Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas, Basset, Andrew Broder, VanIves, Jenna Reid, BAHOOKIE, NoGood Boyo, MF Tomlinson, Donald Shaw, Cathy Jordan, Patsy Reid, The Magpie Arc, Amy Laurenson, Daniel Kimbro, Niall Vallely, Lavinia BlackwAll, Chloe Matharu, Tracyanne Campbell, The John Martyn Project, Ruth Keggin, Willie Campbell, Erlend Viken Trio, Martin Green, Elizabeth Davidson-Blythe, Stereo Naked, Ewen Henderson, Ronan Le Bars Group, Tara Breen, Ciaran Ryan, Mischa Macpherson, Fraser Fifield, Megan Henderson, Liz Knowles, Pedair, Juliette Lemoine, Gavin Marwick, Gilles Le Bigot, Fiona Hunter, The Wynntown Marshals, Maggie MacInnes, Jean-Michel Veillon, Rory Matheson, Campbell/Jensen, Dónal O'Connor, Westward the Light, Julie Alapnes, Ingrid Henderson, Harley Kimbro Lewis, Linda Buckley, Alain Genty, Tom Oakes, Dave Milligan, lauren collier, TRIP, The Countess Of Fife, Rain Of Animals, Sean Gray, Nicole Cassandra Smit, Chris Amer, Iain MacFarlane, Colin Steele, Lucie Hendry, Blue Giant Orkestar, Rose Room, Mairi McGillivray, Katie Macfarlane, Tarran, Sarah Hayes, Martin Tourish, Kristan Harvey, WILD CHILD, Blythe Pepino, Liza Mulholland, Jaxon Haldane, Dopey Monkey, Acolyte, Angrusori, Ella Munro, Mark Radcliffe, Alexander Aga Røynstrand, Kaela Rowan, Raymond MacDonald, Duncan Lyall
    GBR, Glasgow
    Medium
  • Edinburgh International Festival festival

    London Symphony Orchestra, Jake Bugg, Ichiko Aoba, Mariza, Anoushka Shankar, Nai Barghouti, Yuja Wang, John Cale, Nickel Creek, Bertrand Chamayou, Nicola Benedetti, Mikhail Pletnev, Cécile McLorin Salvant, Alison Goldfrapp, Daniel Lozakovich, Lankum, Lady Blackbird, Leif Ove Andsnes, András Schiff, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Abel Selaocoe, Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Matthew Herbert, Mao Fujita, Yeol Eum Son, Siobhan Miller, Albrecht Mayer, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Nick Pritchard, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Thomas Dunford, Iván Fischer, Clara-Jumi Kang, Project Smok, Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Endea Owens, Stefan Jackiw, Ayanna Witter-Johnson, Alexei Grynyuk, Yurdal Tokcan, Iestyn Davies, Karina Canellakis, Phil Cunningham, Aly Bain, Emmanuel Ceysson, Camerata Bern, Feras Charestan, julia bullock, Jasser Haj Youssef, Günther Groissböck, Malcolm Martineau, István Várdai, Gwilym Simcock, Basel Rajoub, Diana Tishchenko, Castalian String Quartet, Roman Simovic, Andrea Piccioni, Rebecca Clarke, Novus String Quartet, Amatis Trio, Catriona Morison, Alexander Vinogradov, Geza Hosszu-Legocky, Aidan Oliver, David Butt Philip, Liisa Randalu, Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra Of Venezuela
    GBR, Edinburgh
    Huge
  • Edinburgh International Festival festival

    The Cinematic Orchestra, Herbie Hancock, Princess Nokia, Lucy Dacus, Jon Hopkins, Ibeyi, Arooj Aftab, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Squarepusher, Jeff Mills, Kae Tempest, Nicola Benedetti, Ezra Furman, Jordi Savall, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Arab Strap, Sons of Kemet, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Bruce Liu, Sir Andrew Davis, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Niteworks, Les Siècles, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Martin Hayes, Wayne Marshall, Richard Egarr, Brighde Chaimbeul, Edward Gardner, Takács Quartet, Helsingin kaupunginorkesteri - Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Iestyn Davies, Sharon Kam, Kinnaris Quintet, Keri-Lynn Wilson, James Gilchrist, William Barton, John Butt, Sian, Karen Cargill, Bojan Čičić, Australian World Orchestra, Andrew Staples, Beth Malcolm, Jonathan Rees, Neal Davies, Sir Donald Runnicles, Sophie Bevan, Oliver Wass, Rachell Ellen Wong, Rachel Brown, Taraf de Caliu, Isaac Shieh, David Blackadder, Liv Redpath, Natalya Romaniw, Malin Byström, Nicolas Roudier, Alfonso Leal del Ojo, Aidan Oliver, Andrew Haji, Elin Pritchard, Aref Ghorbani, Iain Paterson, Ruiqi Ren, Priscilla Herreid
    GBR, Edinburgh
    Huge
  • Niteworks at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

    BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Niteworks
    Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
    GBR, Glasgow
    Hall2.5K - 5K
  • Celtic Connections festival

    Sierra Ferrell, Sons Of The East, St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Christone "Kingfish" Ingram, Chris Thile, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Lloyd Cole, Capercaillie, Daoiri Farrell, Teddy Thompson, Elephant Sessions, Flook, Karine Polwart, Niteworks, Blue Milk, Dave Milligan
    GBR, Glasgow
    Medium

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More about BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

Overview of Orchestral musician BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

Glasgow, Scotland, is the home of the renowned BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. They specialize in the orchestral subgenre as a classical orchestra and use their music to showcase their extraordinary abilities. The orchestra is made up of a varied assortment of players who have joined forces to provide a melodic sound that is both expressive and emotional.

Their music is a lovely fusion of classical and contemporary orchestral styles, creating a distinctive and alluring sound that has mesmerized audiences all over the world. Their great musical talent and commitment to their profession are evident in their ability to adroitly combine many musical genres. The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra has cemented its place as a mainstay of the classical music landscape and irrevocably changed it.

Every note they play demonstrates their love for music, and their concerts are truly amazing. Their extraordinary musical talents are truly demonstrated by their capacity to engage audiences. Anyone who values the art of music should listen to them since they are a true reflection of the beauty of classical and symphonic music.

What are the most popular songs for Orchestral musician BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra?

The Glasgow, Scotland-based BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra is well known for its symphonic and classical music performances. One of their most well-known songs is "Morning Mood" from Peer Gynt Suite No. 1. Other well-known songs by them include "Mary Queen of Scots," "Scotland," "Lord of the Isles," and "Secret Religion."

Among their best songs are "Solveig's Song" from Peer Gynt Suite No. 2, Op. 55, and "In the Hall of the Mountain King" from Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46. These are only a few samples of the orchestra's outstanding repertoire, which includes pieces from numerous genres and historical periods.

Critics have praised the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra for their outstanding musicianship and moving performances. What distinguishes them is their attention to detail and capacity to fully convey the spirit of each item they perform. Whether you enjoy classical music or not, the music played by this orchestra is bound to elicit a wide range of feelings and leave a lasting impression.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Orchestral musician BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra?

Various amazing musical compositions by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, including their most recent albums and singles, have been made available. In 2023, they'll release their most recent CD, "Tchaikovsky: The Tempest, Francesca da Rimini, The Voyevoda, Overture and Polonaise from "Cherevichki"". The record displays the orchestra's extraordinary aptitude for symphonic and classical music.

Two further records by the orchestra were also recently released: "Hyde: Symphony, Op. 20" and "Lord Berners: Le carrosse du Saint-Sacrement" in 2022. These recordings showcase the orchestra's versatility in musical styles and their love of writing lovely, enduring tunes.

The orchestra's most recent songs were "Tchaikovsky: Francesca da Rimini, Op. 32: II. Allegro vivo" and "Tchaikovsky: Cherevichki: II. Polonaise" which were both published in 2023. The orchestra's ability to convey the spirit of classical music and engage their audience through their music is well exemplified by these singles.

In 2022, the orchestra also published "Symphony, Op. 20: I. Aborted Anacrusis," displaying their innovation and experimental approach to symphonic music. Furthermore, in 2021, they published "The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73: I. Introduction," which showcases their skill in bringing the compositions of illustrious composers to life.

Overall, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra's most recent recordings demonstrate its diversity and command of a range of musical genres, continuing to make an impression. They are one of the most sought-after orchestras in the world because every piece they produce demonstrates their commitment to create great music.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Orchestral musician BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra?

The Glasgow-based BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra has performed at events and festivals all around the United Kingdom. Among their most memorable festival performances were their participation at Celtic Connections and the Edinburgh International Festival. Top venues like Royal Albert Hall, Glasgow Green, Sage Gateshead, Usher Hall Edinburgh, and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall have all hosted performances by the orchestra.

At the 2019 Edinburgh International Festival, the orchestra gave one of its most memorable performances, playing Mendelssohn's Scottish Symphony, which was inspired by the composer's love of Scotland. The performance received compliments for its emotional intensity, precision, and dramatic range.

Another noteworthy performance was the orchestra's impassioned version of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 at Glasgow Green in 2018. The performance was hailed for its vigor and emotion and was a part of a free outdoor concert that drew a sizable crowd.

In addition to these concerts, the orchestra has been at numerous events and locations all around the nation, showing their skill and versatility. Their performances have grabbed the hearts of audiences all over the UK and have been praised for being intense, moving, and inspirational.

In conclusion, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra has a long history of appearances at prestigious festivals and locations all around the UK. Audiences have been profoundly affected by their performances because they were memorable, strong, and emotional.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Orchestral musician BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra?

The Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46: I. Morning Mood and Peer Gynt, Op. 23: IV. Solveig's Song are two of the most significant compositions by Jerzy Maksymiuk and Edvard Grieg that the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra has performed. The orchestra's rendition of these pieces has received high praise and is still a favorite among fans of classical music.

A noteworthy collaboration is the "Trumpet Concerto in E-Flat Major, Hob. VIIe:1: III. Finale. Allegro" with Simon Hofele. The orchestra's support of Hofele's superb playing results in an exhilarating performance that highlights the genius of this underappreciated concerto.

The orchestra's rendition of "Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46: 1. Adagio cantabile" and "Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond" with Nicola Benedetti and Rory Macdonald is among the most enduring performances in recent memory. The orchestra's expert accompaniment and Benedetti's expressive playing come together to produce a powerful and heartfelt rendition that perfectly encapsulates Scottish music.

The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra has collaborated with many notable artists throughout the years, but some of the most prominent are those with Jerzy Maksymiuk, Edvard Grieg, Simon Hofele, Nicola Benedetti, and Rory Macdonald. Each partnership displays the diversity and talent of the orchestra and offers a singular and remarkable musical experience.