Performances at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow, September 26-28.
Hampson's The Rite of Spring will be performed 100 years after the score had its riotous premiere in Paris. Stravinsky's music will be played live by the Scottish Ballet Orchestra, while Hampson will use three dancers to recreate the tale.
Scottish Ballet and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland will also be hosting the Genée International Ballet Competition from September 21-29, with public performances by the semi-finalists on September 26 and 27 at the Conservatoire's New Athenaeum Theatre and the final at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow, on September 29.
Artists and Musicians for Mary's Meals will be hosting an exhibition in the Glasgow Art Club from October 20-27.
Artists including Hazel Nagl, Emma Davis, Mhairi McGregor (above), Marion Drummond, James Davis, Robert Mulhern, Hamish Montgomery and Jason Pyper Davis will be exhibiting and there will also be a show of miniatures and small works.
The exhibition jury is made up of professional artists and designers plus Philip Raskin, the gallery convener of the Glasgow Art Club.
Mary's Meals provides daily meals in school for over 750,000 children in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe.
Two Scottish artists are in the Paper exhibition at the prestigious Saatchi Gallery in London, which runs until November 3.
The show, which, as its title suggests, features many works on paper, includes works by Rachel Adams, from Edinburgh, who lives and works in Glasgow, as well as material by Paul Westcombe, from Inverness, who lives and works in London.
A major retrospective exhibition of Douglas Phillips' paintings of the north-east of Scotland will open in Edinburgh this month. The artist passed away last year.
His daughter Deborah, also a painter, said the exhibition has been an opportunity to show the "undiscovered Douglas Phillips" and many pieces are from the family's own private collection.
Phillips worked predominantly in oils but was also a skilled water-colourist and the exhibition will bring both mediums together, along with drawings and oil pastels.
The show runs from September 14 to October 5.