It won't be every night that the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra is told that the star soloist's favourite song is coming up "so don't ruin it" with such winningly cheeky charm.
It won't be every night that the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra is told that the star soloist's favourite song is coming up \"so don't ruin it\" with such winningly cheeky charm.
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There was no ruining done across the programme that Cara Dillon performed either with her own six-piece band or the various permutations of orchestra and traditional musicians. There were, though, moments both brilliantly inspired and not quite so convincing as Dillon sang songs from across her solo catalogue in a setting that certainly didn't overawe her.
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