Walking With Heroes, Centenary Tour: Band Of The Royal Regiment Of Scotland


Thu 19th Apr 2018


£15.00 (conc. £12.00) + £1 Reservation Fee

2 hours

Carnegie Hall

01383 602302

This centenary tour and recording is a partnership between The Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland, Legion Scotland and Poppyscotland. All proceeds from this concert will go to Poppyscotland, and help them provide life-changing support to our Armed Forces community.

This centenary tour comprises of a series of 7 centenary concerts across Scotland in 2018 by the Band of The Royal Regiment of Scotland, entitled ‘Walking with Heroes’.

This series and accompanying recording includes works by such iconic composers as Holst (Mars), Shostakovich (Festive Overture), John Williams (Liberty Fanfare) and Karl Jenkins (Stabat Mater) in commemoration of 100 years since the end of The Great War.

These sit alongside new compositions and arrangements made especially for the Walking with Heroes recording, as well as a host of soloists and features including, of course, traditional Scottish fare and the unmistakable skirl of the Pipes!

100 years on, please join us to honour Britain’s bravest… past and present.

The Corps of Army Music is formed up of 22 Regular army bands and 19 Reserve bands based throughout the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. All Bands have specialist capabilities ranging from symphonic wind band, brass bands, multi capability bands, rock/pop bands and a string orchestra.

The Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland is one of the 22 Regular Army bands and is based at Dreghorn Barracks, Edinburgh. The band is a symphonic wind band with the additional capability of a Ceilidh band. The main role of the band is to support the Army, the State and Ceremonial occasions that occur within Scotland. The band also perform all over the world. In recent years the band have travelled to Hong Kong, New Zealand, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany and Canada to name a few. Every year the band performs at the world famous Edinburgh Military Tattoo in front of sell out crowds at Edinburgh Castle during the Edinburgh Fringe festival.

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