A concert full of colour! From Bacewicz’s punchy overture and Saint Saëns’ musical postcard from Egypt, performed by our Artist in Residence Simon Trpčeski, to Lutosławski’s shimmering Third Symphony and Ravel’s Boléro made famous by Britain’s very own Torvill and Dean, this promises to be a dazzling performance.

Pre-concert talk: RSNO Violin player Ursula Heidecker Allen discusses the concert at 6.45pm in the Upper Circle Bar in Edinburgh and the Clyde Foyer in Glasgow. Free to ticket holders.

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Adam Mickiewicz Institute is a national cultural institution, whose goal is to build a lasting interest in Polish culture around the world. The institute works with foreign partners and initiates international cultural dialogue in line with the goals and aims of Polish foreign policy. The institute has put on cultural projects in 70 countries on 6 continents. AMI is funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.