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Glasgow, a UNESCO Creative City, is known as the City of Music. Its legendary concert scene ranges from the best classical music to Celtic, country and contemporary. Glasgow's concert halls, churches, and venues hosts more than 100 music events each week, more than any other Scottish city.
Officially opened in October 1990, the Royal Concert Hall's Main Auditorium seats 2475 people. It is the Glasgow base of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and has also hosted many international orchestras and classical stars, including the Royal Concertgebouw, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Cecilia Bartoli, Julian Lloyd Webber and Maxim Vengerov.
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