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The 2012/13 Season marked the beginning of a new era for the RSNO as celebrated British-Canadian musician and conductor Peter Oundjian took up his position as Music Director and Danish conductor Thomas Søndergård began his tenure as Principal Guest Conductor.
The RSNO performs widely across the UK and appears regularly at the Edinburgh International Festival. Recently, the RSNO has performed in Shetland, Orkney, France, Germany, Spain, Austria, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Serbia. The Orchestra visited mainland Asia for the first time in 2012/13 with a tour to China over Hogmanay and the first week of the New Year.
The RSNO is renowned worldwide for the quality of its recordings, having received the Diapason d’Or de l’année for Symphonic Music (Denève/Roussel 2007) and eight Grammy Award nominations over the last decade.
The RSNO is deeply committed to increasing the accessibility of music to the Scottish public. From an extensive range of schools concerts to the annual week-long ‘Out and About’ which works within local Scottish communities, the team aims to connect the Orchestra with individuals and communities all over Scotland.
Hyperion monthly sampler – July 2014
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Alphabetical listing of all musical works
|Ca' the yowes (Anon/MacLean/Bateman)|
|Concerto for flute and orchestra, FS119 (Nielsen)|
|Concerto for flute and orchestra, Op 39 (Liebermann)|
|Flute Concerto (Ibert)|
|Flute Concerto (Rouse)|
|Green grow the rashes (Anon/MacLean/Logan)|
|Heiland Harry (Anon/MacLean/Bateman)|
|Holding back (MacLean/Logan)|
|Mary Queen of Scots (MacLean/Logan)|
|Pibroch 'Suite for violin and orchestra', Op 42 (Mackenzie)|
|Sonata for flute and piano (Poulenc/Berkeley)|
|Talking with my father (MacLean/Logan)|
|The gael (MacLean/Logan)|
|This love will carry (MacLean/Logan)|
|Till tomorrow (MacLean/Logan)|
|Turning away (MacLean/Logan)|
|Violin Concerto in C sharp minor, Op 32 (Mackenzie)|