There are no forthcoming performances in 2014.
The Directors' CutNYOS Jazz workshop and audition Tour
Ramshorn Theatre, Glasgow
The Jazz Bar, Edinburgh
Ben Nevis Hotel, Fort William
Blue Lamp, Aberdeen
NYOS Jazz Artistic Directors Malcolm Edmonstone and Andrew Bain perform live as a trio with special guest Malcolm MacFarlane on guitar in selected venues across Scotland. Music will feature a mixture of funk, soul and traditional jazz guaranteed to put everyone in a festive mood.
NYOS Jazz Orchestra at London Jazz Festival 2014
Freestage, Clore Ballroom London Southbank
NYOS Jazz Orchestra of Scotland is one of Scotland’s foremost youth jazz ensembles. Under the direction of Malcolm Edmonstone and Andrew Bain, and featuring soloist Gordon McNeil on saxophone, will recreate the magic of Brecker, from moving ballads to upbeat fusion.
NYOS Futures with Hebrides Ensemble
Younger Hall, St Andrews
Linda Buckley fiol String trio
Mozart Piano Concerto arr for Piano quintet No 14 K449 E flat major
Shostakovich Piano Quintet in G minor Op 57
35th Anniversary Gala ConcertUsher Hall, Edinburgh
Worcester Cathedral – 3 Choirs Festival
Usher Hall, Edinburgh
In 2014 The National Youth Orchestras of Scotland (NYOS) celebrates 35 years of nurturing talent by hosting a 35th Anniversary Gala Concert attended by its Patron, HRH The Earl of Wessex at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall, 2nd August 2014. The main flagship orchestra of NYOS, The National Youth Orchestra of Scotland, will be joined, on stage, by possibly the best trumpet player alive today, Håkan Hardenberger.
NYOS Senior Orchestra Concert at Greyfriars Kirk
Greyfriars Kirk Edinburgh
NYOS Senior Orchestra will Commemorate the First World War Centenary this July with Benjamin Grosvenor at Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh. Later on in the month the orchestra takes part in the biggest event during the opening weekend of the Commonwealth Games Cultural Festival.
NYOS Junior Orchestra Summer Concert, Perth Concert Hall
Perth Concert Hall
NYOS Junior Orchestra celebrate the Commonwealth this summer in Perth with a programme including music by Bruch, Walton and Eric Coates.
Jazz Access at Aberdeen Jazz Festival
The Blue Lamp, Aberdeen
Malcolm Edmonstone & Andrew Bain
For their 2015 season, the young musicians of NYOS Jazz Access ensemble look to one of the most exciting periods in jazz music - to the 1970s. After the liberalism of the 1960s and the emergence of the free and avant garde scenes, and the emergence of rock and roll, the inevitable fusion of jazz and rock came of age.