Where Rivers Meet on double-CD

SNJO - Where Rivers Meet

The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra releases on the 15th of April music from its acclaimed concert series at St Giles’ Cathedral.

Tales of the Tribe

SNJO Tales of the Tribe

songs for Scotland’s mythical creatures – feat. Phil Cunningham, Blythe Duff, Julie Fowlis, Megan Henderson and Michael McGoldrick with music by Tommy Smith


Pop Rock Soul with Joe Locke and Kenny Washington

On our third attempt to bring Joe Locke and vocalist Kenny Washington back to Scotland for a programme celebrating the ROCK, POP and SOUL songbook of well known classics. We are excited that it’s finally going to happen.

Take 5 with Joe Locke

Joe Locke

The celebrated vibraphonist Joe Locke first performed with the SNJO as a special guest on the album ‘American Adventure’ recorded in New York City in 2013, then premiered his first LIVE tour featuring the music of Mancini and Mandel with Kenny Washington in February 2017.

A Christmas Festival of Jazz

The SNJO at Christmas 2021

Relax and experience a heart-warming festive concert to immerse yourself into the Christmas spirit as the SNJO performs a feast of swinging jazz.

TSYJO auditions


Our audition process will run until Friday, 5th November and we’re inviting all experienced improvisers who are able to sight-read, aged between 12 and 24 years to apply to join the SNJO’s youth wing.

Live at 25

SNJO Live at 25

On Friday 24th September the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra celebrates twenty-five years of top-quality music-making, drawn from almost 100 years of jazz and the classical and Scottish traditions.

Kurt Elling: Apparition Bridge

Kurt Elling and the SNJO 'Apparition Bridge'

In this concert series, the SNJO welcomes the return of our good friend and guest artist, Kurt Elling, a Grammy-winning jazz vocalist who can sing anything you could want to hear.

Where Rivers Meet

Where Rivers Meet - SNJO

All four concerts are available to watch on-demand until 25 August 2021! Re-visit our recent 4-part concert series, Where Rivers Meet, the most ambitious multi-dimensional event for the SNJO to date, featuring Russian painter Maria Rud.