THE FRENCH INSTITUTE presents
two exceptional song recitals by
Aramean, Mediaeval, Andalusian and Sephardic Songs
on 27 and 30 August at 7.30pm
REID CONCERT HALL, BRISTO SQUARE, EDINBURGH Tickets: £2 members; £3 non-members
Available from the French Institute 13 Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh Tel: 031 225 5366 or at the door
CLERK STREET EDINBURGH EH8 RIG.
FESTIVAL AT THE QUEEN’S HALL
This is the time ofyear that shows The Queen's Hall at its best and we are proud to invite you to join with us in the celebration of this unique event.
FESTIVAL ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE
CHAMBER MUSIC— Morning concerts from 11am (Tickets from Festival Box OIIice)
jAZZ/FOLK/ROCK- Every night, both early and late (Tickets from Queen’s Hall Box Ofﬁce)
Gwyneth Leech returns to The Queen's Hall with an Exhibition of painting and prints inspired by Boccaccio's “Love Adventures” RESTAURANT AND Open to all from 1-5pm
BAR- —early morning and evening— ticket holders only
Full details of all events available from The Queen's Hall Box Office. From 14th August to 3rd September open loam-10pm Monday to Saturday/Sunday—one hour before the show.
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Telephone bookings and enquiries 031-668 2019
(All major credit cards accepted)
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