Scottish Fiddle Orchestra, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 September, 2017

fiddle orchestra

fiddle orchestra

Saturday, 2nd September 2017 at 7:30pm

The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra’s return to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall promises to be a memorable evening filled with lively Scottish jigs and reels, haunting slow airs, combined with stirring pipe music, singing and dancing.

Under the baton of Blair Parham, the SFO’s brilliant young conductor, the show will include the orchestra’s own musical arrangements, some well loved and well known, along with some exciting new pieces, all played with the SFO’s usual dash and vigour.

The orchestra will be welcoming back on stage the renowned mezzo-soprano Colette Ruddy and tenor Dennis Haggerty who have delighted audiences all over the country with their wonderful singing and warm personalities and the SFO is delighted to be performing with them once again.

Add to this the fine piping of the SFO’s own piper along with Glasgow‘s Williamwood Pipe Band and you are certain to enjoy a wonderful evening’s entertainment!

The SFO are delighted to welcome guest compère for the evening, Gary Innes – BBC Radio Scotland’s “Take the Floor” presenter.

This eagerly anticipated event will appeal to Scottish music enthusiasts and visitors to Scotland alike and will be an absolutely unforgettable evening!

Ticket prices £21, £18, £15, £12 (£5 for under 16s)
“Outstanding, my first concert and well impressed” (Glasgow)
“Please, please, come back again!” (Nottingham)
“What a show, I’ll definitely be back next year” (Edinburgh)

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3NY
Saturday, 2nd September 2017 at 7:30pm
Box Office: 0141 353 8000
 www.glasgowconcerthalls.com
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Tickets: £21, £18, £15, £12* (£5 for under 16’s)
(*Booking fee may apply)

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