We are proud to be sponsoring Mozart’s ‘Jupiter’ performed by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO).
Set to take place in three venues across Scotland this November, the concert will be conducted by Maxim Emelyanychev who joins the internationally acclaimed orchestra as Principal Conductor.
Maxim made his conducting debut aged 12 and went on to study conducting and piano in Nizhny Novgorod in Russia and later at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory with influential Russian conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky. He joins the SCO as their fifth ever Principal Conductor, this being his inaugural concert in the position.
What to expect from Mozart’s ‘Jupiter’
The performance will include three pieces, each exploring different styles and genres, starting with the UK premiere of ‘Five Pieces for Orchestra’ by leading French film composer Philippe Hersant.
Maxim is joined by award-winning German violinist Carolin Widmann. One of the most highly acclaimed violinists of our time, she has won several international awards including Artist of the Year at the International Classical Music Awards in 2013. She makes her SCO debut with Prokofiev’s much-loved Second Violin Concerto in the second section of the concert.
Maxim will complete the performance, conducting the SCO through Mozart’s final and dazzling symphonic contribution, ‘Jupiter’.
The first concert is due to take place in The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh on Thursday 14 November, followed by Glasgow’s City Halls on Friday 15 November. The last performance will be held at Aberdeen Music Hall on Saturday 16 November. Ticket prices start at £17, and are available from the SCO.
We are proud sponsors of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra
We are passionate about promoting the arts and contributing to culture in Scotland and have been sponsoring the SCO since 2000. Speaking about the partnership, the SCO said:
“With our passion for taking our music to people all across Scotland, we have great synergy with Capital Document Solutions and are so grateful to them for their continued in-kind support of the SCO. The 2019/20 Season sees them supporting our performances of Mozart’s ‘Jupiter’ with SCO Principal Conductor Maxim Emelyanychev.”
Our Managing Director, Tom Flockhart added:
“We are delighted to continue with our support of the SCO. This has been an extremely enjoyable and mutually beneficial partnership for many years now.”
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra is just one of the various arts and charitable organisations which we are proud to support.