The Royal Scottish National Orchestra
With Sandy Cameron, Violin
Performance Dates
Sunday, March 31, 2019 6:30pm at Centennial Hall


"...A performance of extraordinary acuity, meticulous pacing, tremendous balancing, and stunning understanding. It was a complete entity, and gave hits listener one of hte greatest music experiences of his life."  The Herald Scotland

 RSNO Tours the US for the first time in 35 years.

The RSNO is one of Europe’s leading orchestras with a rich history stretching back over 125 years. It is one of Scotland’s leading cultural institutions, and an orchestra with a variety of work that is almost unparalleled amongst its British peers.Formed in 1891 as the Scottish Orchestra, the company became the Scottish National orchestra in 1950, and was awarded Royal Patronage in 1977.

Declared “brilliant” by the Washington Post, violinist Sandy Cameron is one of the most strikingly unique artists from Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Ms. Cameron has performed extensively as a soloist and recitalist throughout North America, Europe, and Korea.


Repertoire for the performance:

Sibelius                                    Symphony #7, op. 105, C major

Elfman                                      “Eleven Eleven” Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

                                                             Sandy Cameron, Violin Soloist


Prokofiev                                  Symphony No. 5, op. 100, B-flat major


                                                             Allegro marcato


                                                             Allegro giocoso

RNSO Website

Photo courtesy of Columbia Artists

      Sandy Cameron, Violinist