In the week of Valentine’s Day, join the Orchestra for glorious music inspired by Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers – Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet. You may know it from the BBC’s The Apprentice but it is so much more! Plus, pianist Simon Trpčeski performs Saint-Saëns’ beautiful Piano Concerto No2. It’s the perfect concert for date night.

Pre-concert talk in Edinburgh and Glasgow: RSNO Leader Maya Iwabuchi chats to RSNO Assistant Conductor Derrick Morgan at 6.45pm in the Upper Circle Bar in Edinburgh and the Clyde Foyer in Glasgow. Free to ticket holders.

Get a taste of the concert by listening to Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet:

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