o Cave Cantum Folk Group Babbity Bowster. 16—18 Blackfriars Street. 552 5055. 8pm.
0 Film Workshop Glasgow Film Theatre. Rose Street. 332 6535. 10am-1pm. Screening of various Narnberg shorts — filmed on Super 8 — with an introduction from directors and film makers describing how the thriving local film industry is sustained. Stefan Grosse-Grollmann (Director) will discuss his contribution to the programme which includes a documentary about a village Niirnberg has ‘swallowed up' and a filmatic record of the night sky from his Niirnberg window. ()ther films give glimpsesof the city both as subject and setting while there are also short comedies and an animated film. Glasgow film makers are particularly encouraged to come along as the Niirnberg film makers are planning to film a short ‘alternative' promotional film for Glasgow in the next couple of days and are looking for help.
o Cave Cantum Folk Group Winter Garden. People‘s Palace. Glasgow Green. 5540223. 12.30pm. Sec Fri 12. o Kaspari Puppet Theatre Third Eye Centre. 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. 2.30pm. See Thurs 1 1. 0 Cave Cantum Videodrome. York Street. 221 8568. 2.30pm. 0 Writers Abroad Seminar Third Eye Centre. 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521 . 7.30pm. Cities from a foreginer's pe rspective: Reinhardt Knodt on Glasgow and Dublin. Ludwig Fcls on Vienna and Jack Witherson
0 Brass and Percussion Ensembles Concert Henry Wood Hall. 73 Claremont Street. 226 3868. 7.30pm. After giving two concerts each. these two instrumental ensembles from Ntirnberg's Meistersinger Academy of Music come together for a joint performance. See Fri 12 and Sat 13.
o Cave Canlum Folk Group Third Eye Centre. 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521 . 7.30pm. See Fri 14. o Kaspari Puppet Theatre Videodrome. York Street. 221 8568. 9pm. See Thurs 1 l.
0 Seminar on Translation Goethe lnstitut. 74 Victoria Crescent 334 6116.7.30pm. Ulrike Seeberger and Donal McLaughlin talk about the approach to the translation of the Ntirnberg Festival's Partner book while [an Mitchell discusses the problems of translating a novel by the controversial — considered by some. fascist — author. lirich Loest.
o Cappella Nova Church Music Concert Glasgow Cathedral. Castle Street. 552 0220. 8pm. Scottish singers perform Ntirnberg music in a programme of works by l lugo Distler. born and educated in Glasgow's twin city in the early years of this century. Part songs from the Morike-('horliederbuch. chorale settings. motets and Distlier‘s'l'otentanz for choir and speakers.
0 German Sports Demonstrations George Square. Glasgow. 11.30pm. Demonstrations include Rhon Rad. a gymnastic display
9 performed on a spar I
joining two large wheels (honest). Rad Ball. a form ofcycle polo. and trick cycling. All sounds daft. but definitely different!
0 Frankenband Folk Group McLellan Galleries. 270 Sauchiehall Street. 332 1132. 12.30pm. A folk ‘Wall of Sound'. The sort ofgroup to take over a city square. 1 1-personlinc-up playing clarinet. bass trumpet. spoons. drums. guitars. violin. barrel organ. flute. squeezebox. Their music is essentially Franconian but never twee. Jurgen Schmidt. their percussionist is one of Germany‘s top graphic artistsand will be conducting graphics workshops in Glasgow. Also Wed 17. Thurs 18. Fri 19.
o Niirnberg Film Evening Glasgow Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street. 332 6535. 6pm. Two German professional short length features giving accounts of life for young people in Niirnberg and giving a slightly grittier version than you are likely to sec in the guide books. ( 'ome Back and The True Faced both star Rolf Krepner and are directed by Jochen Schlawne and they will be on hand todiscuss the films.
0 The Glasgow/Niirnberg Culture Scene Third Eye Centre. 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. 7.30pm. 1 low do the cultural lives of these two cities differ? Bill Sweeny talks about composing. Cordelia Oliver on painting. lidwin Morgan on writing and Linda 1 1aasc on administration in the company of their Niirnberg counterparts. o A Cabaret with German Flavour 1 lospitality lnn
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Church Music Concert Glasgow Cathedral.
Castle Street. 5520220. 7.30pm. Also Wed 17. thurs 18. Fri 19. Steeped
in [European church mUsic since the Renaissance. Nurnberg. not
surprisingly. is proud ofits choral tradition. This
fairly recently formed ensemble of 35 singers presents works from four eras representingmusical ' tradition from Pachelbel
to the present day.
0 Frankenband Folk Group Babbity Bowstcr. 16- 18
Blackfriars Street. 552 -
0 Magician Videodrome. York Street. 221 8568. 10pm. Mosclie Carlo will
be inyiting children on stage to join him in I proving that the quickness of the hand deceives the eye. For children and adults. Also Wed 17.
Thurs 18. Sat 20.
o Frankenband Folk Group Burrell Collection. 2060 Pollokshaws Road. 649 7151.12.30pm.
0 Magician Bavarian Beer Garden. George Square. Glasgow. 1pm. SeeTue l6.
0 Organ Recital and Church Music Concert St Andrews Cathedral. 190Clyde Street. 221 3096. 7.30pm. AlsoThurs l8 and Fri 19 (choironly). Principal organist of St Sebaldus Church. Nurnberg. Werner Jacob gives a recital portraying the musical history of the city and its surrounding area through the centuries. He also conducts the Cappella Sebaldina vocal ensemble. who complete this evening's programme. See Tue 16 for full description.
0 Frankenband Videodromc. York Street. 221 8568. SeeTue lfi
o Cappella Sebalidina Contemporary Music Concert McLellan Galleries. 270 Sauchiehall Street. 332 1132. 12.30pm. Also Fri 1‘). See Tue 16 for full description. 0 Frankenband Folk Group Briggait. 72 Clyde Street. 552 3970. 1pm. SeeTue l6.
0 Magician McLellan Galleries. 270 Sauchiehall Street. 332 1132. 4.30pm. See Tue 16.
0 Wind and Strings Ensemble Concert 1 lenry Wood 1 lall. 73 Claremont Street. 226 3868. 7.30pm. Also Fri 19(Wind Iinsemble only). Chamber music for wind and strings by performers from Nurnberg's Music Academy.
0 Frankenband FolkGroup Third Eye Centre. 350
Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. 7.30pm.
0 The Jungle oi Operatic Lusts Tron Theatre. 63 Trongate. 552 4267. 8pm. Pocket ()pera from Ntiraberg in the latest of their operatic extravaganzas. Well known to Tron audiences for their appearances at Mayfest ( Luereziu Borgia two years ago. and La (iim‘mzrlu last year). j Pocket ()pera are not for ' the faint-hearted. They present mini opera parodies. all slightly outrageous and highly Colourful. This latest Comprises the highlights of their previous shows and should therefore be more than eventful.
1. FRIDAY 19
o Frankenband Folk Group Bavarian Beer Garden. George Square. Glasgow. .\'oon. See Tue 16.
0 Wind Ensemble Concert Winter Garden. People's Palace. Glasgow Green. 5540223. 1.30pm. See Thurs 18 for full description.
0 Frankenband FolkGroup Winter Garden. People‘s Palace. Glasgow Green. 554 0223. 7.30pm.
0 Cappella Sebaldina Church Concert Paisley Abbey. Paisley. 7.30pm. See Wed 17 for full
0 Chamber Ensemble Concert Glasgow University Concert Hall. 1pm. Chamber music for strings by some ofthe music students of Niirnberg's Meistersinger Conservatoire. which takes its name from the middle-class German guild ofthe 15th and 16th centuries. as depicted by Wagner in his opera the Mastersingers of Niirnberg.
o The Jungle ol Operatic Lusls Tron Theatre . 63 '1'rongate.552 4267. 8pm. See Thurs 18.
o Magician Third Eye Centre. 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. 11am. See Tue 16.
o Nilrnberg v Glasgow Councillors Football Match and Closing Down Ceremony with musicians and sports demonstrations. Glasgow councillors. fresh from a 4—0 triumph over i Strathclyde. take on their '
opposite numbers from Niimberg in an ' international football match 1 at 3.30pm. The closing ceremony, which begins an
1 hour before the game. will
include some ofthe : sporting demonstrations j seen in George Square. See . Tue 16.
g o The Jungle of Operatic ' i Lusts TronTheatre.63 i
Trongate. 552 4267. 8pm.
See Thurs 18.
o Oiisseldori 23 Ashton Lane. 334 6224. The Lane‘s newest eateric isto feature German nights every 'l'uesday from 16 June. Live music and authentic cuisine. Free glass of German wine on production of this edition of The List. 0 Greens 123 Old Castle Road. 633 1272. Last orders 10pm. German specialities: smoked pork fillet with pistachio toast: goose breast with sauerkraut apple and caraway. Free glassof German wine on production of this edition of The List. 0 Change at Jamaica Clyde Place. 429 4422. Last orders: Thurs. Fri. Sat. 5am. Flash and fashionable. especially after the clubs empty. Free glass of German wine on production ofthis edition of The List. 0 Rogano ll Royal lixchange Place. 248 4055. Last orders 10pm. Glorious decograndeur upstairs. more informal (and cheaper) downstairs. ()r moules mariniere at the bar — tres chic. Free glassof wine on production of this edition of The List. 0 Babbity Bowsters 15 Blackfriars Street. 552 5055. Last orders 1 1pm. Cabaret with Cave ('antum. performers in the Niirnberg folkloric tradition upstairs in the restaurant. 8pm 13June. o The Colonial Restaurant 25 l ligh Street. 552 1923. The food is glossy. innovative and stylishly executed. The prices are steepish. 25“} discount on German wines on production ofofficial programme. 0 The Butterytuﬁz Argyle Street. 221 8188. Last orders 9.30pm. l'pmarket and expert and very nouvclle. Featuring a German dish and a free glass of German wine on production of the official programme. 0 The Coplhorne Hotel George Square. 332671 1. German food promotion for the NUrnberg Festival. Dine in the conservatory that looks out on tothe square. or beer garden. as it will become!
SEE PAGE 44 FOR MORE GERMAN FOOD lN GLASGOW.
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