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[hc youth (uncut prcgcntg an Scotland for part of its Summer increasingly excitingy Opportunity to FCSiiVi" "f MU-‘ic l“ (‘i‘ihc‘lriil‘ hear the a.” ilmmmng [mung throughout Britain. With the choir

ofSt Mary's they perform Viyaldi‘s Gloria. just one of the range of

achieved by the young members of the music project.

o The Turn of the screw 'I‘hcuirc g popular works on offer. ()the rs are Royal. Hope Street. Box Office 331 liaydn‘s Sinfonia (‘oncertante. 1234. 7.15pm. [ixtradate: 'l‘hui's‘ i9. Vivaldi‘s(‘onccrm furl 'l‘rumncts {ISO-£18.50. Scottish ()pern l and Mozart‘s l.atidate Dominum. continue their highly successful l Soloists are all established v Muslcis listed as diary: by day, then i 1 l and his ()rgan (‘oncerto ()p 4. No production ofBenjamin Britten’s i meL‘SSiUnuls. b'cm’m" hymn" l 5' . . . . “n”. “‘7‘”“9569"”.1'” mm" o StGiles‘ atSix StGiles‘ Cathedral. 7 o Classmal Aid Concert Ldinhiirgh story by Henry James. H. ,h 51 . ,I F n, Id ) 6 The ; (‘ity i-‘eiioii-siiip. South (‘lerk Street. 0 8N0 Proms Scottish lixhibition and “35 ,, §“§,'d T1931} pm' i BOX 0m“. (,67 3779. 7_3(lpm. £1.50. (‘onference Centre. Box ()ffice 552 Maria“ - {L I L Offuim 5 phi“, Music“ of [idinhurgh present 59M (Ticket Centre) or 327 5015 Pixie“? p12 0m: l‘ H d an eyening of Baroque music with ((‘erlt (‘ilrdSl 7.30pm. £2--£8.5ll d “mnd‘ omuu 1' on “Kim

i . .. . . . - . . , : Elliot Cartcrin this we ‘k‘sr‘citalat soloists l-iona Mitchell. Sheila (series discount ayailable). 7..»lipm. l .. . L t . six o clock.

- (‘ochrance and [)21\ id l lume in aid of {3—f85tl (series discount ayailable).

Edinburgh ? mentally handicapped. Sir AlexanderUibson conductsa’ i 0 Bach at StCecilia’s St ('ecilia's 0 Organ Recital (‘hurch of St Andrew . O Choral and Organ Recital (lunch of tuneful concert including the New llall. (‘owgate Box ()ffice ES l 155 and Si (kmuc. (‘wmuc Strut St Andrew and St (ieorge. (ieorge World Symphony. Nutcracker Suite. (L’sher l lall) ortiti7 ill] I ext-4577 ’l‘jckctg at (him. 3pm.]: ( {1 )' Juhn ; Street. 'l‘ickcts at door. 8pm. £2 ( £1 )_ I he Sorcerer‘s Apprentice nmL m : (Edinburgh ltanCrS”). MUS“. wcmlmhum‘ [)irccloruflhcJohn [Edinburgh ()rgan Week comes to a open. Suppe s Poet and Peasant Faculty). 8pm. £3(£2). l’eter '

close with the Renaissance Singers ()yerture. Williams(harpsichord) bringsthis

Loosemore ("entre for()rgan and i _ . _ , . . . . . . Early Music giyes a recital as part of i “Om “Cull-“l “ml Phll'l‘ 51“".“01'0” year s Bach at St ( ecilia sconcerts to

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l first performance of a new work by (ioldberg Variations.

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0 Glasgow University Orchestra Biite Johnson. ; , g 0 Scottish Sinlonia Queen's i lit”.

“a”. (“MIN pmwrsilg BOX 5 Glasgow 3 (oxcathedral Classms St filthy ‘s _ (‘Ierk Street. Box ()llice 238 I 155 Office 33‘) 8855 ext 457] . 7.30pm. l 2 ‘l‘..‘“L'%”C I film‘an i Id“. Hm High” I In“). 74mm. £2“)

Free at door. ProfessorofMusic ' Youth Concert(ilasgow Arts } 0mm, “5 l INH'Shfir I M” . (£3 U .5“). A 'l‘chaikoysky night Hugh MacDonald takes his students 5 (ic'mlc' l: Wu-‘hi'li—‘mn Sircu- BOX ' I‘mpm' fix”?! Limcl Inc 17 ( Pubic}. With a“ the great 'miimmcs‘ Rome” 3 through a spirited programme i ()mCL‘ 33‘ 453“- 3Pm- Lil-SW“) i AM)“— 5°C “Sung if” WWI." “Mum and Juliet. the Violin (‘oncerto

opening with Berlioz's l lungarian l (m'm‘I M'IC‘ Bi'swr)’ [hc ; March. Elizabeth MacDonald is the 5 “WNW” 5"“ “W ‘” “mm “""7 i .Ccllomlmsl in [)OhmnyieN bangor two. the lh’lloyei'ttire. Neil

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(‘onference (i‘entre Boy ()ffice 7L increasmgly blooming repmatiop' . James Ga'way Recnal “\SSC'11NV 5%] (Ticket (mm; ) (“:37 5mg " ? conducts the opening concert, liilth Rooms. (ieorge Street. Box ()ffice ((‘redit Cards). 7.30pm. £2--£8.5(l i lavoumes "Re s'rAlexande' G'bs‘m’ 335 5373 (PM) Ferries). Inm- £3.

James “"19th BWde" Thomson and The S('()‘s series of international

(series discounts ayailable). After - ' ' Chrlsmpher seaman 3" havmg a mgm Lunchtime ('oncerts come to a close

Proms in Edinburgh. Dundee and

0 Organ Recital Glasgow University

this session will be a study of Handel‘s Recorder Sonata ()p l..\'o

. t . . i i . . . . each. with a recital by irobably the most glintrgéltsfiiii: 2:)31:::_'E;::CIhL Adding a lone“ 9i "esnness but" i." famous international artist to appear base city of ( ilasgow altlioiioh the germs 0i personamy and programman _ Jame“ (“may With his gumcn SECC a new \Lnuci. Emmi] mmic '3 "'9 concerto" “may. 2‘! team'an flute. sparkling eyes and Philip Moll isthe theme ofthe ()peniiiut‘oncert Evelyn. Glenmeas sommmmexander I” “Cwml‘imy hlm- “Ci” “(’d‘mm _ Vaughan “~illmm~ “in”; Plum-S Lepak 3 conceno '07 Mallet . charm his audience with a selection English suite The Young tiersoiié'; ' '"Strumems' unusua' sounding you “i mm” ‘5‘" “U” “"d PM”

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l works“ Schumnn. “Cm-N. 2 concerts has been recorded countless i and achievements behind her- going strong in (ilzlsgtm' its young Beethm-rm‘ Rum and (how-IL “.5 timesoby orchestrasthe world over, Including running rings round Terry musicians yie withezieh Utherfnril

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live performance. Add to that an show. The most tamous deal musrcian John 0. Miles Prize for

; ; orchestra shaping up in line form with in hiStOW is. 9' comsei Bee".me hm L'naccompanied Violin.

s . i the confidence brought by an Evean Glennle lost her hearlng at a o Lunchtime Concert Art Gallery and Edmburgh exhilarating and rewarding European much earlier age. being Classea 88 Museum. Kelyingroye. Box ()ffice . Wofkshop m Organism and ! tour, and the SNO's own 1986 Proms profoundly deat while only‘12.A.s 3:12 4101 (RSA Ml) ). 12.3ti—2pm. Recorder pIayers Church 01. SI 1 series is assured of success. Evelyn herselt explains Itr Making L-xtru dill-CS} Monday 23 and Monday Andmwund SI (Mme. ammo Edinburgh. Dundee and Aberdeen have musm has nothingto do ivith hearing .. 30. Admission free at door. the Sum. Tickets at may ~ 1 all had theirshare but there. 3 still two . It comes from the heart. . Royal Scottish Academy of Musie “mulw 12.3%!” D ( U ). John weelts togo in Glasgow..This year, tor The 8N0 proms are on from Friday 13 and Drama give it mixed programme Wellinuhum (we Hi 13) takes a the first time, the venue Is the Scottish until Saturday 28, concerts starting at demonstrating the results of their “mkshsop m mwcium mum: mm ! Exhibition andConterence Centre not 7.30pm, at the Scottish Exhlbltlon and practice and rehearsal throughout the “bow Cmmmcs The lmig m. ideal but marginally bettertlian the Conterence Centre, Glasgow..See the year.

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