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Peter And The Wolf

Peter And The Wolf

Tommy Smith’s jazz version of Peter and the Wolf will remain true to Prokofiev’s premise that particular instruments are allocated to each character and the wonderful melodies Read more

TSYJO Concerts postponed

added on 15 March, 2020 | under Concert Series, just added, WHAT'S ON

After careful consideration of the rapidly changing situation relating to Covid 19, it has been decided that it would be prudent to postpone the TSYJO concerts due to be played this coming weekendRead more

Planet Wave

added on 30 November, 2019 | under Concert Series, just added, WHAT'S ON
Planet Wave

Celebrate poet Edwin Morgan’s centenary as the SNJO perform the colossal work PLANET WAVE: an extraordinary collaboration between Morgan and composer Tommy Smith. Read more

The Artistry of Jazzmeia Horn: Tickets NOW on Sale!

added on 30 April, 2019 | under Concert Series, just added, WHAT'S ON
Jazzmeia Horn

The SNJO is delighted to announce 3 exclusive dates with jazz vocalist Jazzmeia Horn as she visits Scotland for the first time as their guest.


“Jazzmeia has one of the best voices I’ve heard in over 40 years” Jon Hendricks.

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Count Basie, Duke Ellington and Fats Waller

added on 26 August, 2019 | under Concert Series, just added, WHAT'S ON

It’s time to swing, as the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra with guest pianist Brian Kellock invite you to celebrate the extraordinary music of three great jazz legends: Count Basie, Duke Ellington and ‘Fats’ WallerRead more

New Waves

added on 19 March, 2019 | under Concert Series, just added, New Waves: Jobim & Waler, WHAT'S ON
SNJO Waller Jobim

Antonio Carlos Jobim was the foremost composer of authentic Brazilian bossa nova and samba-derived, popular jazz music. Read more

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