THE ICONIC Scottish Fiddle Orchestra is coming to Glasgow this summer.

The ensemble is due to perform at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall at 7.30pm on Saturday, August 20.

Visitors will be able to enjoy marches, strathspeys, jigs and reels, as the event promises to be an unforgettable night of entertainment.

Led by conductor Blair Parham, the orchestra has a been tradition bearer for Scottish music for more than 40 years and this performance will feature the full group with soloists and a pipe band. 

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Bob Diament, Chairman of Scottish Fiddle Orchestra, said: “We are delighted to be able to return to the Edinburgh and Glasgow stages this summer.

"Our musicians thrive when they can experience the energy of a live audience and the people who attend our shows are always so enthusiastic and engaged.

"We know so many people have missed coming together to watch us perform and so we can’t wait to play these two special concerts for audiences old and new this summer.”

Ahead of their show, the orchestra surprised bystanders with a performance at Glasgow Central station on Thursday.

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Tickets are priced between £5 to £25 and are on sale now.

To buy them and for and more information, visit here.