NYOS Symphony Orchestra – Summer Tour
His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen
Perth Concert Hall
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
NYOS Senior Orchestra – Summer Concert
Caird Hall, Dundee
NYOS Jazz Orchestra – Summer Tour 2017Road Trip Across the Americas
Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Isle of Skye
Byre Theatre, St Andrews
NYOS Jazz Orchestra present a programme that takes them on a Road Trip Across the Americas. The orchestra is led, as always by Music director Malcolm Edmonstone and Principal Conductor Andrew Bain and the featured guest artist this summer is the amazing Scottish guitarist Malcolm MacFarlane.
NYOS Junior Orchestra – Summer Concert
Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh
Findlay Spence (cello)
Conductor Holly Mathieson once again takes charge of NYOS Junior Orchestra for its concert this summer at Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh.
NYOS Jazz Collective Spring Concert UNESCO International Jazz Day
City of Music Studio, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Each year UNESCO International Jazz Day recognizes Jazz as an art form capable of “promoting peace and dialogue among cultures, diversity and respect for human rights while reinforcing the role of youth in enacting social change.”
NYOS Symphony Orchestra Spring ConcertsThe Americas
Perth Concert Hall
Usher Hall, Edinburgh
The Americas is the theme for all National Youth Orchestras of Scotland ensembles throughout 2017. During its spring tour NYOS Symphony Orchestra will perform a blend of well known standards together with rarely heard gems directly linked to, or inspired by, the Americas.
NYOS Senior Orchestra Spring Concert The Americas
City Halls, Glasgow
NYOS Senior Orchestra perform an array of exhilarating and horizon broadening compositions inspired by the Americas under the baton of conductor Maxime Tortelier.
NYOS Junior Orchestra Spring ConcertThe Americas
Stevenson Hall, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow
This spring, under the baton of conductor Holly Mathieson, NYOS Junior Orchestra presents a broad spectrum of music from North and South American composers – with music rarely heard in the UK or European concert halls – together with works by more prominent European composers inspired to celebrate the remarkable diversity of the Americas.