RSNO Young Professionals

The new membership for professionals aged 26-40. Members enjoy great concerts, and socialise and network with like-minded individuals.

Forthcoming Young Professionals Concerts and Events

November 2018

Young Professionals Series: Chan Conducts Rachmaninov

The first Young Professionals concert of the season is a cracker! Join us as we enjoy the concert together - in great seats! - and socialise afterwards.

Edinburgh Friday 1 November 2018 : 7.30pm
Glasgow Saturday 2 November 2018 : 7.30pm

Concert details:

Chan Conducts RachmaninovElim Chan, RSNO Principal Guest Conductor

The Sorcerer's Apprentice was made famous by a certain Disney® mouse in Fantasia - come and hear as we perform this wonderful music, live in all its mischief and charm. We're thrilled to welcome British superstar pianist Benjamin Grosvenor to play Chopin's romantic Piano Concerto No2, before we perform Rachmaninov's timeless Symphonic Dances. A stunning concert packed full of melodies you'll love.

Dukas The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Chopin Piano Concerto No2
Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances

Elim Chan conductor
Benjamin Grosvenor piano

If you'd like to find out more about or join the RSNO Young Professionals, please email Louise at Louise.Fenlon@rsno.org.uk

Early 2019

Insight events

The Young Professional Insight events are engaging evenings that let Young Professionals experience some behind the scenes magic of the performing arts industry.

Details of our 2018:19 Insight events are still being finalised, but we're really excited and can't wait to share the details with you. Information will be sent to Young Professionals members closer to the time.

If you'd like to find out more about or join the RSNO Young Professionals, please email Louise at Louise.Fenlon@rsno.org.uk

March 2019

Young Professionals Series: Dvořák's New World Symphony

The RSNO Young Professionals come together after the winter break for an evening of sublime music and socialising. Join us as we enjoy the concert together - in great seats! - and socialise afterwards.

Edinburgh Friday 1 March 2019 : 7.30pm
Glasgow Saturday 2 March 2019 : 7.30pm

Concert details:

Dvořák's New World SymphonyKristof Barati

Some pieces are classics for a reason – and when it comes to the New World Symphony we don’t just mean the Hovis ad! Dvořák's great symphony of exile, hope and nostalgia has been stirring the emotions of audiences ever since 1893, and the Violin Concerto by his great friend Brahms is every bit as enjoyable too. Violinist Kristóf Baráti gives it a dash of Hungarian spice tonight – but first, conductor Gilbert Varga shares a magical rediscovery from Wales.

Mathias Requiescat
Brahms Violin Concerto
Dvořák Symphony No9 From the New World

Gilbert Varga conductor
Kristóf Baráti violin

If you'd like to find out more about or join the RSNO Young Professionals, please email Louise at Louise.Fenlon@rsno.org.uk

May 2019

Young Professionals Series: The Enigma Variations

Join us for the third and final Young Professionals concert of the Season, with the emotionally powerful Enigma Variations. We'll get together and enjoy the concert - in great seats! - and then socialise afterwards, too.

Edinburgh Friday 17 May 2019 : 7.30pm
Glasgow Saturday 18 May 2019 : 7.30pm

Concert details:

Chan Conducts The Enigma VariationsBenjamin Beilman

Impatient pianists, practical jokers, and an overenthusiastic bulldog. Elgar dedicated his Enigma Variations to ‘my friends pictured within’, and if all you know of them is Nimrod, you’re about to meet some of the most loveable characters in British music. It’s a joyous finale to a musical journey that begins inside the fantastic imagination of Hong Kong-born Fung Lam, and finds violinist Benjamin Beilman deep in the Finnish forests of Sibelius’ hugely popular Violin Concerto.

Fung Lam Endless Forms Scottish premiere
Sibelius Violin Concerto
Elgar Enigma Variations

Elim Chan CONDUCTOR
Benjamin Beilman VIOLIN

If you'd like to find out more about or join the RSNO Young Professionals, please email Louise at Louise.Fenlon@rsno.org.uk

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RSNO Young Professionals

Pay Monthly

Young Professionals Membership

For just £60 per year (paid annually or monthly in £5 instalments) you will receive:

  • Concert Tickets

    A great seat for each of the three concerts in the Young Professionals series, showcasing some of the best orchestral music. You also get the opportunity to buy additional tickets in the same seating block if you wish to bring friends along. More details of this year's Young Professionals concerts are listed above.

  • Networking

    Join us before and after each concert in the RSNO Young Professionals series for an evening of socialising and networking with like-minded people at some of the coolest bars in town.

  • Exclusive updates and offers

    Receive updates from us directly into your inbox, with details of forthcoming RSNO Young Professionals events, behind the scenes info on what the Orchestra does when it is not performing, and the occasional exclusive offer too.

  • Insight event

    Join us for the exclusive RSNO Young Professionals insight event. Get to know more about how your orchestra ticks: meet important movers and shakers in the organisation and get first-hand knowledge of what it is like to be part of Scotland's National Orchestra.
    Format of the Insight event varies from year to year.

Executive Membership

For £100 you can include a £40 charitable gift to the RSNO within your membership. When you join as an Executive Member you will receive all of the benefits listed above, and have your name printed in RSNO concert programmes for the whole Season.

Interested?

Email louise.fenlon@rsno.org.uk to come along and find out more.

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