organ music. turns her hands - and
feet — to the organ music of]. S.
0 Pro Arte Recital Reid Concert Hall, Bristo Square. Box office 228 1155 (Usher Hall). 7.30pm. Extra date: Fri 13. Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow. £3.15 (£1.60). Making her piano debut in Scotland, Alicia Zizzo gives a recital of music by Chopin. Schumann. Debussy. Ravel and Beethoven.
0 Anne of Green Gables Churchill Theatre. Morningside Road. Tickets at A & J Cruikshanks (opp Theatre). 7.30pm. £2 (Child £1). Allegro present the musical based on the novel by L. M. Montgomery. Conducted by Radio Scotland personality Neville Garden.
0 Broughton High School Chamber Groups Danish Cultural Institute, 3 Doune Terrace. Box office 225 7189. 7.30pm. Free. Various chamber groups from Broughton High School present a mixed programme of music by Danish composers including Riisager and Nielsen.
THURSDAY 12 Glasgow
0 Tosca Theatre Royal, Hope Street. Box office 331 1234. 7.15pm. Extra dates: Tue 17.Sat21.£2.50—£18.50. Scottish Opera and Puccini’s powerful opera with Galina Kalinina in the title role. Set in Fascist Italy, it's a revived production from 1980. Pre-performance talk at 6pm.
0 Edinburgh Organ Week Concert St Stephen‘s Church. St Vincent Street. Tickets at door. 8pm. £2 (£1). Music by]. S. Bach. Leon Coates, Krebs, Alan Ridout and Liszt. played by Sheila (i‘ochrane (ﬂute) and Philip Sawyer (organ) and danced by the Theatre School ofDance.
0 20th Century Camerata Reid (‘oncert Hall. Bristo Square. Tickets at door. 7.45pm. £2.50 (£1 .50). This student orchestra give a concert of completer new music — six premieres in all. Composers are Eastwood. Richter. Walker. Hobkirk. Davis and Mallow. The big namesofthe future?
0 Anne of Green Gables Churchill Theatre. Morningside Road. Tickets from A & J Cruikshanks (opp Theatre). 7.30pm. £2. See Wed 11 for full description.
Please note that evening sessions begin at approx 8.30pm unless otherwise stated.
O Clydesiders Paisley Town Hall. 7.30pm. Presented by Paisley Folk (‘lub. Long lived and very popular Scottish folk band. Singalong and take your (iranny.
0 TOIDOOlll Bar (ilasgow Cross.
Evening. ('oncertinas. melodeons. I-lddles and guitars. Always someone playing in the corner.
16The List 30 May— lZJune
Named after some hills down Heriot way, the Deaf Heights band (photo) pull people onto their feet with a country rock version of Cajun, that is Louisiana French melodeon based dance music. and the more bluesy Zydeco, black accordion music from the same part of the Southern States. From once being the pets ofthe old hippies, they have been winning a larwider audience of late and a single is on the way. On Sundaythe 1st they will be appearing
0 Steam Jenny Kelvin Park Lorne Hotel. Sauchichall Street. Iivening. Three piece folk and contemporary songs and guitar.
0 North Sea Gas Platform ()ne. Rutland Street. Evening. I)uo with mandoline and guitar. favourite singalong folk songs and the biggest bodhran in the world.
0 Setanta (ilasgow Arts ('entre.
Washington Street. 8pm. £2 ( £1 ).
Ireland and Scotland fused in the music of this (ilasgow based group incorporating celtic harp. Irish pipes. hammered dulcitner and the more usual traditional instruments and great songs.
0 Kells Kelvin Park Lorne l lotel. Sauchichall Street. Iivening. Bartill 12.30pm. Popular electric acoustic Irish'Scots.
0 TOIDOOtll Bar (ilasgow (toss. Evening. Fozzie and Friends. Acoustic fun.
0 Liz and Maggie Cruikshank Royal Oak. Infirmary Street. 557 207o. Big singaround led by the sisters.
SUNDAY 1 Glasgow
0 Schiehallion Kelvin Park l.orne
IIotel. Sauchichall Street. Iivening. Scottishduo: Killiekrankish.
0 TOIDOOID 331‘ (ilasgow ('ross.
, Evening. Jack and Dave. (iuitar and Banjo.
I 0 Deaf Heights Cajun Aces Mcadwos
Festival. The Meadows. Afternoon
with Tam White and the Dexters at Edinburgh‘s Meadows Festival. alter having performed indoors with Tom Robinson. and on the 9th they will be with The Blubbery Hill Billies, one fat band. in Princes Street Gardens. The Blubberys are country rock Sumo wrestlers, who have perfected Blubber Beat. Scotland‘s own Battlefield Band. with a slightly better cholestorol count, will take the same lunchtime stage on the 12th.(Norman Chalmers)
of music on the trailerstage. kicks off about 1.45pm w ith the Reverend Brothers. manic Irish; Rod Peterson. singer and guitarist from the Iiasy (’lub doing a solo spot; 'l'am White and The Dexters. having wowed them at .\Ia_vfcst with their bluesy soul iaz/z and finishingoll with the (iaiun boys. See panel.
0 Rua(ilene|g I lotel. I.eamington ’l‘ert‘acc. livening. II'alfthe I louse Band split to lorm the latest group on the Scottish scene. ()utstanding traditional instrumentalists in lain .\lc('|cod and.limmy Young.
0 Nancy Nicolson Royal ( )ak. Infirmary Street. 557 207(i. Iivcning. I‘ine singer and melodeon player.
0 Nobody‘s Business Haunt-innin's
Bar. ('owgatc. 55(13254. Iivening. (‘eltiblucs from a tour-person line-up including clarinetsax and
0 Irish Music Stage Door Bar. (iorbals Street. 42011022. Iivening. O Buskers \Vintcrsgills Bar. (ireat Western Road Iivcning. Different laces for a lew weeks.
0 TOIDOOIh Baf(ilasgow(iross. Iivening. .lack and Dave. (iuitarists in the corner.
0 Gill Hewitt Royal ()ak. Infirmary Street. 557 20711. I-.vening. Bar till 2am. Songs with banjo. and singaround.
o Fiddlers Arms ( it'asstttarket. 220 2655. Iivening. Session led by Ann‘s fiddle and Neil's litix.
O Tolbooth Bar (ilasgow Cross. I_-.vening. Songs and tunes. mainlv guitars.
0 Barrie Band Bannerman's Bar.
Instrumental session with microphones.
0 Jim Knights' Night Royal Oak. Infirmary Street. Evening. Folk Songs of Britain. -
0 Crown Folk Club 48a The l’leasance. 8.30pm. Instrumental workshops for
folk instruments. All welcome.
WEDNESDAY 4 Glasgow
0 Naifan I Ialt Bar. Woodlands Road. Iiv’ening. Melodeon and fiddle with others dropping in.
0 Limited Edition 'I‘olbooth Bar. (ilasgoweross. Evenings.
0 Maddie Taylor Iidinburgh Folk (‘lub. ()sbourne Ilotel. York Place. 8pm. £ 1 .50. ('ountry and Blues from accomplished performer heard recently in praised BB(' play.
0 Robin Turner Royal Oak. Infirmary Street. 557 2070 Iivening. Bar till 1.30am. Trad and contemporary on guitar. banjo and Belfast accent.
o Reverend Brothers Shore Bar. l.eith. 553 5081'. [Evening Subversive Irish music and the occasional song.
THURSDAY 5 2
0 Rab Noakes Star I-‘olk Club. (‘alton Place. 8pm. £1. I’amed Fife
singer songwriter. responsible for that ditty that‘son its way to Mexico.
0 Red Neck Mothers 'liolbooth Bar. (ilasgow (‘ross. I'Zvening. (‘ountry blues boys.
0 Jim Knight Royal ()ak. Infirmary Street. Iivening. Singing till 2am. o Shetland Fiddle Society West End Ilotel. Palmerston Place. Evening. All welcome.
0 Spindle Kelvin Park Lorne lIotel. Sauchichall Street. 334 4801. Iivcning. I5o|ky'l'rio.
0 Naifan 'l’olbooth Bar. (ilasgow (‘ross. Iivcning. Melodeon and fiddle in the centre of a flux of musicians.
0 Cale VictorJara (‘ornerstone ('afe. West Iind Princes Street.220 1000. I‘ree (donations). 8pm. (ireek. Latin American and Scottish Folk Music and Poetry. BYOB.
0 North Sea Gas Platform ()ne. Rutland Street. Iivening. Singalong duo.
0 Royal Oak Infirmary Street. 557
2076. Singaround downstairs till the ‘ early hours.