26 January 2025

in Sync

Join Scottish Ensemble for an engaging and interactive afternoon of string music for all ages. Get to know the composers, their compositions, and the ensemble’s performers, bringing you closer to the humans at the heart of the music.

Encounter moving performances of classical and uplifting folk music full of drama and emotional variety, performed entirely from memory.

Created in collaboration with Nottingham-based MishMash Productions – who welcome audiences to classical music in unexpected ways – this is a short, buzzy show to experience with friends, family or by yourself!

  • Anna Meredith: Tull
  • Jessie Montgomery: Strum
  • Purcell: Prelude to Act 5 (The Fairy Shuffle) from The Fairy Queen
  • Shostakovich: Allegro molto from Chamber Symphony in C minor, Op.110a arr. Barshai
  • Reena Esmail: Charukeshi from Darshan
  • Piazzolla: Verano Porteño (Buenos Aires Summer) from Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas
  • Jay Leonhart: It’s impossible to sing and play the bass arr. Diane Clark
  • Traditional: Tha mi am chadal arr. Donald Grant
  • Donald Grant: One for Mary
  • Jonny Greenwood: Proven lands from There Will Be Blood
  • Caroline Shaw: The Orangery from Plan & Elevation for string quartet
  • Sun 26 January 1:00 pm
    London  Southbank Centre
  • Sun 26 January 3:00 pm
    London  Southbank Centre
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