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Jazz Re-Imagined

added on 13 May, 2018 | under Concert Series, Jazz Re-Imagined, WHAT'S ON

Coltrane, Shorter, Corea, Parker, Brecker, Scofield and more… Selected tracks from the Songbooks of Jazz Masters arranged and conducted by Florian RossRead more

The Count & The Duke

added on 15 August, 2018 | under Concert Series, The Count & The Duke, WHAT'S ON
The Count & The Duke

It’s time to swing again, as the SNJO celebrates jazz legends Count Basie and Duke Ellington.Read more

Kenny Wheeler’s Sweet Sister Suite

The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra are delighted to announce that our latest CD,  Sweet Sister Suite featuring Laura Jurd and Irini Arabatzi is out NOW and available to purchase on the Spartacus Record label.Read more

Become a friend of the SNJO

added on 3 October, 2015 | under WHAT'S ON
audience (photo by Nadja von Massow)

Our Friends scheme enables you to enjoy a closer relationship with the orchestras, enhance your concert experience and be part of the future of Jazz in Scotland. Read more

Peter & The Wolf / Carnival of Animals

added on 1 June, 2018 | under Concert Series, Peter & The Wolf and Carnival of Animals, WHAT'S ON
Peter & The Wolf + Carnival of Animals

The Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival invite you to enjoy new jazz interpretations of two popular classical works: Prokofiev’s Peter & the Wolf and Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals.Read more

An afternoon jazz concert for children Peter & The Wolf – 14 July

added on 1 June, 2018 | under Concert Series, Peter & The Wolf, WHAT'S ON
Peter and Grandfather

The Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival are delighted to invite you to enjoy this wonderful new interpretation by the SNJO of one of the most universally popular children’s classics Peter & the Wolf.Read more

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