I Music is listed as diary: by day, then by city, then by event.
FRIDAY 13 Glasgow
I BBC RSAMI). lllll Renlrexs Sil'c‘c‘l. 3335(157. 13.15pm. £4.5(i
(£3.75 £3.35 £1). Smctana‘s()\ ct'ltlrc to The Barrera! lint/e and .\1at'tinu‘s('el|o ('oncerto with Raphael \Vallllscll. Leopold l lager conducts.
I Paris Arpeggione Quartet Kilmardinny House. 50 Kilmardinm Avenue. Bearsden. 9430313. 7.45pm. Beethoven. Borodin and lilgar. \\ ith Rohin ( 'olx ill. piano.
I 3N0 L'sher l lall. I.othian Road. 338 1155. Tickets also from Queens l lall Bo\ ()flice — M8 301‘). 7.3llpm. listra date: Sat l-l.(i1asgow. £3.7(L‘L'l l.5(i(£3.5(i). Popular programme ot Smetana‘s l'llum. (‘hopin's l’iano ( ‘oncerto .\'o 3 and lilgar’s 1st Symphony. David ( ioluh is soloist and Christopher Seaman conducts.
I Friends oi Scottish Opera Study Day 59-61 ()2!l\'llClL1/\\‘C11UC.(112.l'hllrthl‘ information: 33‘) 8855 ext 439-1 ((ilasgou University Dept of Adult and (‘ontinuing Studies) or 24s 4507 ext 133 or 14m [.80). 1(l.3(lam—5pm. £8 (to) — includes light lunch. Study day on Wagner and Has
For those who missed it last season - and lor those who did see it then but can't keep away trom a good weepie - Scottish Opera revives its Elijah Moshinsky production of Puccini’s La Boheme, opening at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow on Tuesday 17. The well known story 01 the lll-Iated lovers, Rudolto and Mimi, La Boheme tinds Pucclnl at his most expressive - not only in its pathos and sadness, but In the happy-go-Iucky Bohemian Iilestyle
I SNO ('in l lall. ('andleriggs. 337 551 l . 7.30pm. £3.5(I—L‘l l.5ii(£3.5li). See Fri 13. Iidinhurgh. lor lull description.
I Classical Guitar Recital Queen‘s I lall. ('lerk Street. (m8 301‘). 7.45pm. “(1.3). Alter wandering the \\ orld since winning lame in the Young Musician ot‘thc Year competition of 1983. lidinhurgh horn guitarist l’aul (ialhraith returns to his home city to play music by Bach. l lenze. llaydn and Police.
I An Evening with Mr Dickens St Cecilia‘s llall. (‘owgate Tickets: 556 5335 (Somervillc ). 8pm. £3 (£3). An entertainment based on the nmelsol (’harles Dickens with music ofthe period from a combination of soprano. tenor. haritonc and harp.
SUNDAY 15 Glasgow
I Allander Ensemble Tron Theatre. ()3 'l‘rongatc. 553 43(17. 7.3(lpm.£~1(mcmhers £3). Series discount available. (‘hamher concert including music by l laydn.
MONDAY 16 Edinburgh
I RSAMD Orchestra Stevenson l lall. RSAMI). Illil Renlrew Street. Admission free. 5.30pm. Some of the Academy‘s most talented students are front stage with some unusual concertos. When will there ever he another chance to hear Alhreehtsherger's (‘oncerto for Alto Tromhone‘.’ Slightly less rare is l’anufnik‘s
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01 the inseparable quartet 01 artists in Paris’s Ouartier Latin. Wonderlully inventive melodies such as Your Tiny Hand is Frozen and They Call Me Mimi are everywhere. Stepping in at short notice to replace Nuccia Focile (who, it is understood, has reneged on her contract to take up a better otter elsewhere) as Mimi, is Californian soprano Angelique Burzynski (see photo). Her last Mimi was opposite Placido Domingo at Los Angeles and this time round (when she will no doubt be a more likely consumption victim than her Scottish Opera predecessor), her Rudolto is Patrick Power, last seen with Scottish Opera as Count Almaviva in The Barber 01 Seville. Apart trom Angelique Burzynski, La Boheme’s Musetta and Marcello, Alison Hagley and Simon Keenlyside, are also making their Scottish Opera debuts. Kate Brown takes over as director and John Pryce-Jones, the company's Director at Music, conducts. Sung in Italian. (Carol Main)
La Boheme-Theatre Royal, Hope Street, Glasgow-Tuesday 17, Saturday 21 (mat), 28 January, 9 and 15 February. Playhouse, Greenslde Place, Edinburgh —1 and 3 March. See Classical Listings.
_ '- mm mm ‘ «(j/i Tues 29th NOVf88 to Sat 11th Feb.’89
7pm Daily. Saturday Matineos 2.15pm
Jimmy Logan Una McLean
JOHN RAMAGE 0 ALYSON McINNES
EUAN MclVER FLETCHER MATHERS plus full supporting cast.
TICKETS: Stalls £6.50 & £5.50.
Grand Circle £7.00. Upper Circle £4.75, Gallery £2.50. Boxes: (4) £26.00
(5) £32.50. CHILDREN & OAP's:
Stalls £3.00 & £2.50, Grand Circle £3.50. Upper Circle £2.50, Gallery £2.00.
CONCESSIONS 'not evelleble oerteln performences' ” ’
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