RSNO Launches Limited Edition £100 Season Pass for 26-35 year-olds

From Monday the 9th of September, for one week only, 26-35 year olds will have the opportunity to snap up one of only 100 Royal Scottish National Orchestra Season Passes for just £100.

This exclusive offer will grant members access to all 19 season concerts in either the Usher Hall, Edinburgh or the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall including: the Season’s opening concert featuring Mahler’s Symphony No1, the world premiere of ‘The Nutcracker and the Mouse King’ narrated by Tony-Award-winner Alan Cumming, as well as concerts featuring internationally acclaimed soloists.

Season Pass card holders can also access pre-concert talks to hear soloists and conductors in discussion about their concerts ahead of the performances.

Bill Chandler, Director of Concerts and Engagements at RSNO, said: “This is an exciting and unique offer for young people who may be keen to get along to more RSNO concerts and are looking for a simple way to do that. Just £100 for all 19 concerts is exceptionally good value and I expect these limited-edition Season Passes will go rather quickly, so I would urge people to get one as soon as they can.

“This Season we have a glorious opening concert with Mahler’s First Symphony then in the months ahead we are joined by international stars of stage and screen like Nicola Benedetti, Steven Osborne, and Alan Cumming, to name just a few.

“At the RSNO we are always thinking of ways to reach new audiences and encourage regular concert going because it really is a perfect start to the weekend - to just come in, relax and hear some world-class music. There really couldn’t be a better time to snap up a Season Pass for just £100 and I look forward to meeting the lucky members who get one in time.”

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