About the Old Scotch Symphony Orchestra
The Old Scotch Symphony Orchestra (OSSO) was founded in 2013, to continue the musical tradition fostered within the James Forbes Academy. Today, many musical Old Boys and friends play in the orchestra, uniting through their passion for performing great music.
Guided by the conductor, John Ferguson, Scotch College’s Director of Music and a committee led by Old Boys and friends, OSSO seeks to bring musical fulfilment to audiences and players through community, collaboration and camaraderie.
Each concert showcases vibrant and spirited orchestral masterpieces, and they are a great opportunity to share a relaxing afternoon with family and friends.
Sunday 24 March at 7pm
Ian Roach Hall, Scotch College.
Johannes Brahms- Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat Major Op. 83
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky- 1812 Overture
Felix Mendelssohn- Symphony No. 5 Op. 107, ‘Reformation’
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OSSO welcomes anyone from the Scotch community and beyond who has a passion for music. Instrumentalists can participate in the orchestra, as well as join the committee alongside other players and non-instrumentalists.
Interested in joining OSSO?
Click here to fill out this form and we will contact you with details about our rehearsals, concerts and any social events. All players are welcome!
: Tian Tian Lan
: Brendan Zhang