• chaos and creation

Scottish Chamber Orchestra: Chaos and Creation

Thu 11th Jan
7.30pm
The Queen's Hall, 85-89 Clerk St, Edinburgh. EH8 9JG
£11 - £34

From Rebel’s Les Élémens, famed for its dramatic evocation of creation, to Martinů’s small-scale concerto.

This concert ranges widely – from Rebel’s Les Élémens, an eighteenth-century work famed for its dramatic evocation of creation, to Martinů’s small-scale concerto – his Viola Rhapsody.

Between them, we hear the Biblical Songs of Dvořák; these exquisite settings of psalm texts, written while the composer was based in New York, stand testament to his lyric genius and profound Christian faith. The concert concludes with Haydn’s Symphony No 96, sometimes known as ‘The Miracle’ after an accident involving a falling chandelier. Recent scholarship, however, suggests the nickname should really be applied to Symphony N

JF REBEL
Les Élémens, symphonie nouvelle (24’)
DVOŘÁK
Biblical Songs (25’)
MARTINŮ
Rhapsody-Concerto for Viola & Orchestra (22’)
HAYDN
Symphony No 96 ‘Miracle’ (20’)

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