About MiCLatest UpdatesConcert ListConcert-ToursPast ConcertsConcert ProducersMusic Sheets Submit a ConcertContact MICWhat Is Film Music?Concert Music based on film musicSoundtrack RadiosLinksPrivacy Notes
Get all concert-info as soon as it's published with our
Check our additional concert and film music info on
26 November 2022 Glasgow (United Kingdom)
Scott Of The Antarctic LIVE
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conducted by Martyn Brabbins - City Halls
Program Info: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Martyn Brabbins, conductor Elizabeth Watts, soprano Women of the Glasgow Chamber Choir
Ralph Vaughn Williams - Scott of the Antarctic
'Scott of the Antarctic' (1948) is justly famous for its score by Ralph Vaughan Williams who later turned elements into his Seventh Symphony. Richly imaginative, the music captures the barren beauty of the Antarctic with icy writing for the strings, penguin-centred escapades for the brass, and an eerie, other-worldly sequence for women’s chorus and soprano.
Marking 150 years since the composer’s birth, Martyn Brabbins conducts Vaughan Williams’s extraordinary masterpiece, a cinematic experience that’ll give you chills – in every sense.
'Scott of the Antarctic' Live in Concert is presented by Big Screen Live in association with StudioCanal and generous funds provided by the Vaughan Williams Charitable Trust.