Inspiring performances from our talented musicians - direct from their own homes
Enjoy some unexpected and innovative performances from our singers, repetiteurs and members of The Orchestra of Scottish Opera.
Our musicians have been showing off their talents, making the most of technology to film a fantastic range of music from their own homes. From Puccini to Amand Vanderhagen via Schumann and Homilius!
Wagner - Ride of the ValkyriesSusannah Wapshott, Fiona MacSherry, Derek Clark & Michael Papadopoulos perform an 8-hand piano version of 'Ride of the Valkyries' from Wagner's Die Walküre
Massenet - Toi qui m'es apparueSingers Sarah Shorter and Jane Monari - who often join us as part of the chorus in Scottish Opera productions - perform the duet 'Toi qui m'es apparue' from Massenet's Cendrillon.
Donizetti - Una furtiva lagrimaChristian Schneeberger, a regular in Scottish Opera's choruses, and RSNO Chorus pianist Edward Cohen perform Donizetti's classic.
Schumann - Family PortraitEmily Mitchell, a regular in Scottish Opera's choruses, and Jerome Knox performing a piece they feel has real resonance in today's world.
Amand Vanderhagen - NocturneScottish Opera Section Principal Horn Sue Baxendale and her youngest son, Euan perform from their garden shed
Constantin Homilius - Quartet in Bb, op.38Lauren Reeve-Rawlings, third horn in The Orchestra of Scottish Opera, plays a quartet...with herself!
Schumann - Dichterliebe song cycle, Die alten, bösen Lieder (The Old, Angry Song)Scottish Opera Chorus member Phil Gault and partner Claire Haslin, live from their living room
Puccini - Te Deum from ToscaScottish Opera Associate Chorus Master and repetiteur Susannah Wapshott and baritone David Stout (with guests!)