BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Formed in December 1935 by Scottish composer and conductor Ian Whyte, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra is recognised as one of the UK's leading orchestras. The winner of several awards, including a Royal Philharmonic Society Award and four Gramophone Awards, its wide repertoire and flexible approach means it can perform complex contemporary pieces alongside major symphonic works. The orchestra has a busy broadcasting schedule on BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Television and also records commercially.
See 2 tour dates featuring BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Royal Concert Hall
- 2 Sauchiehall Street
- G2 3NY