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SE Songbook at The Old Fruitmarket (The Herald)

Written by Michael TumeltyPublished on Sunday 17 May 2015**** THE loveliest night of the year, perhaps? You know, generally I would avoid like the plague being seen to presume what other people might think or like. Dangerous territory, when all of our responses to music are so individual and so different....

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SE Songbook at The Old Fruitmarket (TV Bomb)

Written by Alice ElmsPublished on Saturday 16 May 2015 It’s an absolute deluge of treats that the Scottish Ensemble has prepared for its Songbook concert in Glasgow’s Old Fruitmarket, one that celebrates a distinctive ten years of the group’s work...

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Planning & Creative Learning Officer

Fixed term 9-month maternity leave contract, with the possibility for extension Scottish Ensemble (SE), one of the UK’s leading ensembles, is widely recognised for its world-class performance standard, and an imaginative approach to artistic and creative learning projects.   We are looking to recruit a...

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We're off to Brazil!

We are pleased to announce that Scottish Ensemble has been invited to participate in this year’s British Council Transform programme, an arts and creativity initiative led by the British Council to connect artists, artistic organisations and governmental bodies from the UK and Brazil. As...

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Graham Fagen presents reggae version of Robert Burns poem at Venice Biennale

A while ago, three of our musicians were involved in a rather exciting and intriguing recording which involved renowned composer Sally Beamish, reggae artist Ghetto Priest, London-based music producer Adrian Sherwood, and the celebrated Robert Burns poem The Slave's Lament.  Today, the full details of the...

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Amy Dickson visits Edinburgh primary school

  It's not every cold, grey February morning you get a chart-topping, internationally-renowned Classical BRIT winning musician turning up on your doorstep wielding a saxophone, but on Monday 2 February, pupils and teachers at Edinburgh's Dalry Primary School had the pleasure of Amy Dickson doing just...

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Setlist from SE Sessions

Our first ever SE Sessions event in Glasgow, downstairs in the CCA's Saramago bar on Monday 8 December, was an absolute pleasure. Jonathan, Tristan, Andy, Alison and Diane all sacrificed a precious day off to prepare a set of their favourite short pieces, mostly from the 20th-century (although Jon's rendition of...

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The festive tour begins...

  Love it or loathe it, the festive season has officially begun.  For some this means the start of a long period of frantic preparation; for others, it's something to be willingly ignored. For us, it means only one thing: loading the candelabras back in the van, stocking up on antifreeze and...

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Creative Scotland announcement

Following a period of significant growth in the work of Scottish Ensemble, we are delighted that Creative Scotland has taken the decision to make a substantial investment in our plans for the next three years.  Their investment during funding period 2015-18 is £1,000,000 which represents an increase in our...

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Scottish Ensemble and Inksters win Arts and Business Award for Shetland residency

We are thrilled to announce that Scottish Ensemble’s partnership with Inksters Solicitors has won a prestigious Arts & Business Scotland award.  The award, in the category of Placemaking, was presented at an awards ceremony at Glasgow's Theatre Royal on Friday 24 October and recognised our work during...

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