Capital Document Solutions is delighted to be once more sponsoring a stunning Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) performance of Carmina Burana.
Capital and Carmina Burana
Performing at 7.30pm on Friday 8th March at the Usher Hall, the event will be lead by conductor Kensho Watanabe, current Assistant Conductor of The Philadelphia Orchestra.
The performance incorporates Carl Orff‘s story and introduces an outrageous cantata with great tunes, unstoppable rhythms and also some thoroughly bad behaviour. The concert’s climax begins with Beethoven’s darkest concerto, played by the brilliant young winner of the 2017 Scottish International Piano Competition, Can Çakmur.
The original script goes back to its Medieval sources and is divided into three sections – Springtime, In the Tavern and also The Court of Love, with its name Carmina Burana of Latin roots translating into Songs of Beuren, referring to a collection of early 13th-century songs and poems that was discovered in Beuren in 1803.
About the RSNO
The RSNO is one of Europe’s leading symphony orchestras.
Formed in 1891 as the Scottish Orchestra, the company became the Scottish National Orchestra in 1950. It was also awarded Royal Patronage in 1991.
Throughout its proud history, the orchestra has played an important part in Scotland’s musical life. This also included performing at the opening ceremony of the Scottish Parliament building in 2004.
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