The Glenn Miller Sound

added on 19 August, 2015 | under Concert Series, The Glenn Miller Sound
The Glenn Miller Sound - Scottish National Jazz Orchestra SNJO

The warm and wonderful sound of the Glenn Miller Orchestra is synonymous with some of the most instantly recognisable and universally loved melodies of all time.
The SNJO will bring Glenn Miller’s unforgettable music to spirited life with genuine feeling and the deepest respect as they swing from Chattanooga to Pennsylvania via Tuxedo Junction and Kalamazoo in celebration of The Glenn Miller Sound.

Glenn Miller’s highly personable style of popular jazz was an instant hit with the public and his enduring music has become deeply embedded in the collective memory and undeniably loved by every generation. Even the very young, perhaps hearing it for the first time, fall for the irresistible charms of the Glenn Miller sound.

Now is your chance to hear deeply authentic performances of Glenn Miller’s music as the SNJO play 3 concerts in Scotland this November. SNJO director Tommy Smith is credited with meticulous attention to detail when it comes to recreating, if not enhancing, historic orchestral jazz and these concerts will be no exception.

We are delighted also to be working with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland as we welcome 5 of their students to provide the vocals for a few of the tracks.

concert dates

Scottish National Jazz Orchestra

Date City Venue
Fri, 13 Nov  2015 Scottish National Jazz Orchestra in Edinburgh Queen’s Hall
The Glenn Miller Sound
pre-concert talk at 6.45pm
Time: 19:30. 85-89 Clerk St.
0131 668 2019
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Sat, 14 Nov  2015 Scottish National Jazz Orchestra in Glasgow City Halls
The Glenn Miller Sound
Time: 19:45. Candleriggs.
0141 353 8000
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Sun, 15 Nov  2015 Scottish National Jazz Orchestra in Perth Perth Concert Hall
The Glenn Miller Sound
Mill Street.
01738 621031
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'The SNJO deserved all the praise Kurt Elling so graciously lavished on them.'

Sponsors: We thank our sponsors Creative Scotland, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Dundee Council for their continued support as well as the management teams at our regular venues, The Queen's Hall: Edinburgh, The Music Hall: Aberdeen, Eden Court: Inverness and Caird Hall: Dundee.

Creative ScotlandRoyal Conservatoire of ScotlandDundee CouncilThe Queen's Hall: EdinburghThe Music Hall: AberdeenEden Court: Inverness