The de Havilland Philharmonic returns to full strength in the new year with a wintry-themed concert of music inspired by Scotland.
The beautifully lyrical Bruch Scottish Fantasy with violin soloist Sini Simonen, will be partnered by Malcolm Arnold’s Four Scottish Dances, to musically create a picture of Scotland.
Mendelssohn also visited Scotland and was inspired not only to write his hugely popular Hebrides Overture, but also Symphony No.3, known as the ‘Scottish Symphony’.
Max Bruch, Scottish Fantasy
Malcolm Arnold, Four Scottish Dances
Mendelssohn, Scottish Symphony No. 3
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