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The annual report for the five Scottish national performing companies: April 2015 to March 2016

Published: 16 Mar 2017
Part of:
Arts, culture and sport
ISBN:
9781786528551

Report on National Theatre of Scotland, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Scottish Ballet, Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Scottish Opera.

27 page PDF

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27 page PDF

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Contents
The annual report for the five Scottish national performing companies: April 2015 to March 2016
Annex C: Awards and Nominations

27 page PDF

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Annex C: Awards and Nominations

Throughout the year the varied achievements of the National Performing Companies, their partners, Company members and associated artists have been recognised.

National Theatre of Scotland:

Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland 2015: Best Music and Sound - Tyler Collins (musician), Gameli Tordzro (musician) and Matt Padden (sound design) for Last Dream (On Earth), with Kai Fischer and Tron Theatre, Glasgow.

Edinburgh Festivals 2015: Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour - Herald Angel Award, Scotsman Fringe First Award, Little Devil Herald Award, The Stage Best Ensemble Award.

Get Creative Family Arts Festival Awards 2016: Best Event - Dragon (2015 tour)

Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland 2015-16: This Restless House - Best Female Performance - Pauline Knowles (Clytemnestra), Best Director - Dominic Hill, Best New Play- Zinnie Harris.

Best Music & Sound - Martin Lowe, Mike Walker, Cast and Band, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour .

Royal Scottish National Orchestra:

Arts and Business Nominated: 'Placemaking' for Commonwealth Games event in partnership with Glasgow Airport. 'Digital Innovation' for Commonwealth Games event in partnership with Glasgow Airport.

Scottish Ballet:

Sunday Herald Culture Awards 2016: Best Dance Performer: Sophie Martin

Sunday Herald Culture Awards 2016 (Nominated): Best Dance Performer - Christopher Harrison, Best Live Performance - Cinderella, Choreography by Christopher Hampson, Best Live Performance - Elsa Canasta, Choreography by Javier de Frutos, Best Live Performance - Swan Lake, Choreography by David Dawson.

DADI Awards (The Drum awards for the digital industries) - Digital Media Strategy of the Year - The Nutcracker (Commendation).

Scottish Chamber Orchestra:

Arts and Business: The coveted Leadership Award this year went to Donald MacDonald CBE, Life President of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, for showing outstanding leadership in the arts.

Arts and Business Nominated: Virgin Money Fireworks Concert in 4 categories for National Outdoor Events Association awards.

Scottish Opera

Winner of the Sunday Herald Culture Awards 2016: Best Musical Group Award.

Dora Maver Awards (Canada): M'dea Undone, Outstanding New Musical or Opera Award (Scottish Opera and Tapestry Opera collaboration).

Technical Theatre Awards 2015: Robin Morgan - Outstanding Achievement in Props

Scottish Design Awards 2015: Best Leisure/Culture Building (Theatre Royal Glasgow)

RIAS (Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland) Awards 2015: Cultural Building of the Year Award (Theatre Royal Glasgow).

GIA (Glasgow Institute of Architects) Design Awards 2015: Leisure/Arts Award (Theatre Royal Glasgow).

The National Arts Fundraising School's Emcees Arts & Culture Awards for Excellence in Fundraising 2016: The Richmond Associates Award for Best Campaign over £100,000.

UK Theatre Awards 2015 (Nominated): Jenufa - Achievement in Opera category

UK Theatre Awards 2016 (Nominated): The Devil Inside - Achievement in Opera category

Sunday Herald Culture Awards 2016 (Nominated): Stuart MacRae and Louise Welsh - Best Musical Artist category for The Devil Inside

RIAS Building of the Year Award 2015 (Nominated): Theatre Royal Glasgow

AJ120 Building of the Year Award 2015 (Nominated): Theatre Royal Glasgow

AJ120 Client of the Year Award 2015 (Nominated): Theatre Royal Glasgow

Welsh Singers Competition 2016: Winner of the competition - Former Scottish Opera Emerging Artist Sioned Gwen Davies.

John Scott Award 2015: Winner of the award - Former Scottish Opera Emerging Artist, Rosalind Coad, won the award of £2,000 which was set up by the late John Scott to help talented young artists advance their careers.


Contact

Email: Clare McFadden