The RSNO is one of Scotland’s leading cultural institutions, an orchestra with a variety of work that is almost unparalleled amongst its British peers. Equally at home performing the core symphonic repertoire, live film soundtracks or gigging with Scottish rock/indie/pop bands, the Orchestra’s musicians are all true professionals of the highest calibre, with many of our section principals also being award-winning soloists in their own right.
Working with Scotland’s National Orchestra gives you access to not only world-class musicians – from small chamber ensembles to full symphony orchestra – but also the world-class rehearsal and recording facilities of the RSNO Centre.
Opened in 2015, the RSNO is a purpose-built new home right in the centre of Glasgow, Scotland’s UNESCO City of Music. At the heart of the building is Glasgow’s newest performance space: an acoustically adjustable, 600-seat auditorium that provides world-class rehearsal alongside full in-house recording facilities for the Orchestra.
The RSNO has a worldwide reputation for the quality of its recordings, receiving two Diapason d’Or de l’année awards for Symphonic Music (Denève/Roussel 2007; Denève/Debussy 2012) and eight GRAMMY Awards nominations in recent years.
Scotland’s Studio is located in the vibrant centre of Glasgow, Scotland’s UNESCO City of Music. Boasting an acoustically adjustable, flexible auditorium with world-class recording facilities, Scotland’s Studio is also home to the world-renowned Royal Scottish National Orchestra.