Brighton Youth Orchestra plays Caol

28th March 1997 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Brighton Youth Orchestra plays Caol, a tone poem for soprano and pipes written by assistant conductor Ian McCrae for its Scottish tour next week (April 1-7). The BYO, the oldest independent youth orchestra in Europe, will perform in Fort William, Oban, Dunblane, Inverary and on Iona where some of the folk tunes used in Caol originate

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