Join the Royal Scottish National Orchestra for a special gala performance to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Clydebank Blitz. In March 1941 the shipbuilding town Clydebank was to experience one of the most intense Luftwaffe bombing raids of the Second World War. Its only line of defence was the Polish warship ORP Piorun, which was there for repairs. In this unique concert, we pay tribute to those who bravely fought and to those who sadly lost their lives with new pieces by RSNO Principal Horn Christopher Gough and RSNO Composers’ Hub member Conrad Asman, alongside popular classics by Mozart, Sibelius and Dvořák.