Sunday Classics 2023-24: China Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra


One of Asia’s most prestigious orchestras, the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra arrives in Edinburgh as part of its debut UK tour.

LIN DAYE - Chief Conductor and Artistic Director; Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra;
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West End

17th March
From £14.00 to £38.00 per person

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One of Asia’s most prestigious orchestras, the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra arrives in Edinburgh as part of its debut UK tour.

This March, the Usher Hall’s renowned Sunday Classics 2023-24 welcomes China Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra alongside internationally-acclaimed violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen.

Conducted by Daye Lin, visitors will be treated to a selection of beautiful music, including excerpts from the film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Chausson’s Poème and Saint-Saëns’ Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso.

Standard tickets are available from £14.00 to £38.00 per person (plus booking fee). Centrally located on Lothian Road, Lothian Buses routes 1, 10, 11, 15, 16, 24, 34 and 47 all stop outside the Usher Hall. For visitors with limited mobility or who use a wheelchair, it is recommend that you travel to Grindlay Street, which is where there is level access podium. Free parking for blue badge holders is available on Grindlay Street and Cambridge Street — but please remember that there are three other theatre venues nearby, and there may be high demand for these spaces. See the Usher Hall’s access section for more information.

Tickets for Sunday Classics 2023-24: China Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra are available now via the Usher Hall website.


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