Classical Music News for July/August 2011:

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND -- The Scottish Chamber Orchestra will play three works on Sunday 21 August at the Edinburgh International Festival: Ravel's Le tombeau de Couperin; Toshio Hosokawa's Blossoming (EF commission; world premiere); and Durufle's Requiem,

Robin Ticciati will conduct; Magdalene Kozena and Simon Keelyside are the features singers, backed up by the National Youth Choir of Scotland (Christopher Bell, chorus master).

Ravel's poignant composition is a beautifully emotive tribute to friends who died in WW I, a heartfelt tribute to those who gave their lives during the conflict.

The concert, which will take place at Usher Hall, will be broadcast on 16 September 2011 on BBC Radio 3's Performance on 3.

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