0 BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Concert Henry Wood Hall. Claremont Street 1.00pm.
£2.50 (concessions £1 .50 and 50p) from BBC Shop. BBC. Queen Margaret Drive (series discounts available). In association with the Scottish Symphony Trust the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra's Friday Midday Concerts in its 50th Anniversary season opens with a programme of Beethoven (Overture - Egmont). Mozart‘s Piano Concerto No 20 in I) minor and Schumann‘s Symphony No 4. Conductor is
, Christopher Seaman and soloist is Howard Shelley.
I O Midday Concert Stevenson Hall. Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. St George's Place 332 4101. 1.00pm. Free at door. Naxos Piano Quartet with Edwin Paling taking time off from his usual chair as leader of the Scottish National Orchestra playing violin. James Durrant viola. Elizabeth MacDonald 'cello and pianist Lawrence Glover. They‘re playing the Piano Quartet by William Walton and Ravel‘s Piano Trio.
0 8N0 Concert Usher Hall. Lothian Road 2281155.7.30pm.£2.80- £8.30 (series discounts available). The Scottish National Orchestra opens its 1985/86 Winter Season of 24 weekly concerts on Friday evenings at the Usher Hall with Matthias Bamert conducting Rimsky Korsakov‘s exuberant Capriccio Espagnol. Prokofiev‘s Third Piano Concerto with Jon Kimura Parker as soloist and Images by Debussy.
0 The Magic Flute (Scottish Opera) Theatre Royal. Hope Street 331 1234. 2.15pm. Extra dates: Tues 8 (7.15pm):Thurs 10(7. 15pm); Sat 12 (7.15pm). £2.50— £18.50 (series discounts available). Jonathan Miller‘s most distinguished and highly praised production of Mozart‘s The Magic Flute was first seen two seasons ago and attracted full houses wherever it was performed. Cast includes Benjamin Luxon as Papageno. Robin Leggate as Tamino. Rosa Mannion singing Pamina with native Scot Nan Christie taking the role of Queen of the Night. Conductor is Janos Furst.
Sung in English. The last performance marks almost exactly Scottish Opera‘s 10th Anniversary of having the Theatre Royal as its home.
0 Organ Recital Art Gallery and Museum. Kelvingrove. 3.00pm. Free at door. Gordon Frier continues his series of Saturday afternoon organ recitals at the Art Gallery and Museum with a varied selection oforgan repertoire.
0 Scottish National Orchestra, Concert Usher Hall. Lothian Road 2281155. 7.30pm. £2.80— £8.30 (series discounts available). See Friday 4. Edinburgh for full description.
. 1 I The Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s new season may have just started (the day beiore our first lssuei), but that doesn't mean to say that the most Interesting ol their 85/86 ideas has passed — iar irom it. It's not so much the usual good sprinkling but rather a generous pouring oi tamous names making guest appearances with the SCO this year. (Teresa Berganza, The Kings Singers, Simon Hattie, Alired Grendel, Marisa Robles, Peter Maxwell Davies, Jorge Bolet, Mltsulto Uchlda . . .), some oi them — and we trust this is not an economy measure due to restrained ilnances - not only playing, but conducting too. One such is Australian born horn player Barry Tuckwell who, as part oi the orchestra’s policy not just to tour abroad, joins the SCO tor a UK
0 Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Concert Queen's Hall. Clerk Street 228 1 155 (Usher Hall). 7.45pm. £3.00— £8.00 (£2.00). The Scottish Chamber Orchestra String and Wind Ensembles with Emanuel Ax taking the dual role of pianist and director perform Mozart's Piano Quartet in E ﬂat K493. Mladi (Youth) by Janacek. Marintu‘s Nonet and Schumann‘s Piano Quintet in E ﬂat Op 44.
0 Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Concert City Hall. Candelriggs 552 5961. 7.30pm. £3.00—£8.00 (series discounts available). This season the Scottish Chamber Orchestra will give more concerts than it ever has before in Glasgow. some on Fridays and some on Sundays. of which this is the first and ifyou’re a Beethoven freak. then this is the one for you. Sir Alexander Gibson conducts the all
tour at Kelso, Glasgow (Fri 11 -see listings), Edinburgh (Sat 12-see listings), Bath, Manchester, Grlmsby, Coventry, Beliast and Ayr. Glasgow and Edinburgh share the same programme oi ‘pop' classics — Mozart's Horn Concerto No 3 in E llat, Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony and the Hebrides Overture by Mendelssohn. Still, it’ll be interesting to see it Mr Tuckwell's results with the baton are anything as good as those with his horn, which one German critic summed up by saying ‘li the hunter had ever been able to play like this, the deer would have died lrom
, ecstasy’. Wonderwhathe'ildoto an
audience? Next issue: news oi
lntematlonal Lunchtime Concerts at i the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh. I
Beethoven programme of Overture Leonora No 1. Emperor Piano Concerto (soloist Emmanuel Ax). Symphony No 1 and. finally. with the help ofthe Scottish Philharmonic Singers. the seldom heard Choral Fantasia Op 80.
o Choral Concert Henry Wood Hall. Claremont Street 552 5961 (ticket centre). 8.00pm. £2.50. Haydn‘s oratorio The Creation in a performance by the Good Shepherd Chorus.
0 Si Giles’ at SIX St Giles‘ Cathedral. High Street. 6.00pm. Free at door. The Ubacher Gesangverein Male Voice Choir (conductor Hans Karpowitz) provide the music in this most fascinating and inspiring
historic cathedral. MONDAY 7 Glasgow
0 Hungarian Arts in Glasgow, Celebrity Opening Concertlames Moir Hall. Mitchell Theatre. Granville Street 552 5961 (ticketcentre). 7.30pm. £4.00 (£2.00). The celebrity in question is Adrienne Csengery (soprano) singing Bartok. Kodaly. Bakki and Kurtag. who is acknowledged by many as being the greatest contemporary Hungarian composer. Adrienne Csengery. Hungary‘s foremost exponent of contemporary music for voice. won the ﬁrst prize in the Hertongebosch (1973) and the Faure Song Competition in Paris ( 1974).
0 The Magic Flute Theatre Royal. Hope Street 331 1234. 7.15pm. Extra Dates: Thurs 10 (7. 15pm); Sat 12 (7.15pm). £2.50—£l8.50(series
discounts available). See Sat 5 for
0 Hungarian Arts in Glasgow, Cimbalon Ouo Burrell Gallery. Pollok
: County Park. 2060 Pollokshaws
Road 649 7151. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£2.00). Marta Fabian. the cimbalon virtuoso. with colleague Agnes Szakaly. perform sonatas by
Scarlatti. Bach‘s French Suite in G ' major and music by Haydn. Bogar.
Stravinsky finishing with excerpts from Book V ofBartok‘s Microcosm. o New Glasgow Music Society Kelvingrove Art Galleries. 7.30pm £4.00 (£1 .00) (tickets at door). The Endellion String Quartet are the guest players in this first concert of the New Glasgow Music Society. Quartets on offer are Haydn‘s Op 74 No 3 and Beethoven‘s Op 130 plus 3 Divertimenti by Britten.
0 Evening Concert Stevenson Hall. Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. St George’s Place 332
4101. 7.30pm. Free at door. Gusztav f
Fenyo (piano) takes a break from the Hungarian Arts in Glasgow series of events for a programme of Berg (Sonata Op 1). Mozart (Sonata in A min K310 & Rondo in A min K511). Debussy (Images 1) and. to finish with, Le Tombeau de Couperin by Ravel.
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