Seonaid Aitken and the Scottish Session Orchestra live
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3NY
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20:00 Thursday 14th February
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Seonaid Aitken and the Scottish Session Orchestra: What Is This Thing Called Love? at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall; see the award-winning vocalist, violinist and composer as she launches her debut solo jazz album
About this event
Dinner in a crowded restaurant? Netflix at home? Do something different this Valentine’s Day with a ticket to see Seonaid Aitken & the Scottish Session Orchestra.
She’s launching her debut solo jazz album at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and it’s a night you don’t want to miss!
Jazz up your night with:
- One ticket
- See the incredible Seonaid Aitken live as she launches her debut solo jazz album ‘What Is This Thing Called Love?’ with the Scottish Session Orchestra
- Seonaid has won Best Vocalist at the Scottish Jazz Awards in 2017 and 2018, plus Best Band at the 2018 awards with Rose Room
- She’s also a virtuoso violinist, orchestral arranger and BBC broadcaster
- The hand-picked ensemble is made up of top orchestral players from Scottish orchestras, including many leaders and section principals from RSNO, BBC SSO and SCO
- Enjoy Seonaid’s cinematic orchestrations of Great American Songbook favourites, jazz standards, Scottish songs and popular classics
- As an arranger she has been commissioned by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, BBC/Richard Curtis’s film Esio Trot and the Red Hot Chilli Pipers
- Hear songs like I Can’t Give You Anything But Love, Misty, The Man I Love, Ae Fond Kiss, Songbird and What Is This Thing Called Love?
- Guitarist Joe Williamson, Young Scottish Jazz Musician 2018, will be the special guest for the evening
- The perfect way to spend Valentine’s Day for jazz-loving couples