The video forms part of the RSNO’s Spring/Summer Digital Season 2021, with members of the orchestra performing as the RSNO Chamber Ensemble.
Tonight there is a further opportunity to hear Timothy as he gives a concert with pianist John Reid for the Barnes Music Society, featuring music by Finzi, Stravinsky, Brahms and more… Tickets still available via the Barnes Music Society website.
Timothy Orpen will be a featured soloist with the RSNO in October, as part of a new concert series by two of Scotland’s leading orchestras.
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra are launching a series of concerts in Aberdeen, which will be their first live performances in North-East Scotland since the start of the pandemic.
As part of the series, Timothy will perform Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto with the RSNO at Aberdeen’s Music Hall on Sunday 10 October.
In a co-production with BBC Radio 3, Timothy Orpen joins wind principal colleagues from the RNSO, along with the renowned pianist Susan Tomes, as part of the on-line Perth Easter Festival of Classical Music.
Filmed in a socially-distanced set-up at Scotland’s Perth Concert Hall, their programme of quintets for piano and wind by Mozart and Beethoven will broadcast ‘as live’ at 1pm on Friday 9 April. Tickets can now be bought, and the performance will be available to book and watch until Sunday 9 May 2021. It will also be aired as the BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert at 1pm on Friday 9th April.
Timothy Orpen looks forward to performing in a live-streamed chamber concert as part of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra’s Spring/Summer Digital Season 2021.
In his role as Principal Clarinet of the RSNO, Timothy will perform alongside several of his RNSO colleagues in a concert that also involves star pianist Paul Lewis.
Their programme will feature works by Mozart and Weber with particularly prominent roles for Timothy’s clarinet, as well as an item by Scottish homegrown composer Michael Murray and Paul Lewis’s rendition of Mozart’s twelfth Piano Concerto.
Recommended by Classic FM, the concert will broadcast at 7.30pm on Friday 23 April, and will be available to ticket holders until Friday 30 July.