Inverness Cathedral – Saturday 31st August 2019 at 8pm
perform a golden hour of much-loved music including
the two great classic Serenades for Strings by Dvorak and
Tchaikovsky, and the intensely moving Adagio for Strings
by Samuel Barber – as well as a humdinger of an encore!
Admission Programmes £10
in aid of The Highland Chamber Orchestra [SC030515]
Following a series of very special gala concerts
at prestigious Skibo Castle, and a memorable debut
performance last year in Inverness Cathedral
directed by D James Ross are delighted to be returning to the Cathedral’s opulent setting with an all-new programme of popular string classics. Incorporating some of the finest string players in the Highlands, this exciting new ensemble is equally at home with Baroque, Classical and more contemporary repertoire, and they have acquired an enviable reputation for their unexpected and dynamic encores. Come and join us for another golden hour of lovely string music from throughout the ages!
Highland Chamber Orchestra would like to invite you to our May Concerts.
Susan Dingle – conductor
Emma Donald – violin
Wagner – Prelude to Act 3 of Tristan and Isolde
Bruch -Violin Concerto No. 1 in G -minor op. 26
Brahms – Serenade No. 1 in D- major
We are delighted to welcome Emma Donald as the soloist for the Bruch violin concerto.
From Dingwall, Emma has been playing the violin since the age of 8. Growing up she enjoyed learning both classical and traditional Scottish music, and has strived to keep both passions running simultaneously. She has a first-class honours degree in music from the University of Edinburgh, where she was leader of the three main student orchestras. This has given her the opportunity to work with inspiring conductors including Will Conway, Chris George and Russell Cowieson. Since graduating, she performs regularly with orchestras such as The Mahler Players and Amicus Orchestra. She is a founder member of the Hans Gal Piano trio, the Fyrish String Quartet, and neo-trad fiddle and clarsach duo, Turadh. She has also worked with Scottish Ballet, and with Magnetic Opera, where she was the soloist for their production of Menotti’s The Medium in London.
Emma is a full-time musician based in Edinburgh. She has built up a career portfolio that includes community music work, individual and ensemble teaching, solo and group performance.
Grantown Grammar School
on Saturday 26th May 2018 at 7.30pm