and Christopher Scott make a change from the rather more often exposed David Horne and Steven ()sborne in works by Debussy . (iodowsky and Milhaud.

I Edinburgh University Chamber Orchestra Reid Concert Hall. Bristo Square. Tickets at door. 7.30pm. £3 (£2). See Sat 61'orfull description.

I A World of Music St Mary‘s Cathedral. Palmerston Place. 7.30pm. Tickets: 228 1155 (l'sher 1 tall). £2 (£1 ) (‘hoir of(,‘hrist Church. Morningside. directed by James Douglas. perform sortie of his own music. along with works by Batten. (iibbons. Ley and l.|oyd.

THURSDAY 11 Glasgow

I Student Recital (‘oncert Hall.(ilasgow University. l'niversity Avenue. 1.15pm. Free at door. A concert given bystudcnts preparing for exams in Performance.


I Recital for Two Pianos (‘anongate Kirk. Royal Mile. Tickets: 062 082 3738 (Haddington House)or 228 1 155 ( Usher Hall Box Office). 8pm. £4.50(£3 £1.50). See Thurs 10 for full description.

I Student Concert Reid Concert Hall. Bristo Square. Tickets at door. 7.30pm. £2 (£1). Music by Mozart. l laydn. Beethoven. Liszt and Milhaud performed by students of the music department of tidinsburgh's Napier Polytechnic. '

FRIDAY 12 Glasgow

I BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Henry Wood Hall. (‘Iaremont Street. Tickets: 332 5057(RSAMD). 12.15pm.£-l.50 (£2.75’£2.25). Young Artists Series continues featuring violinist Anthony Marwood in Prokoficv's Violin ( ‘oneerro No2. Jerzy Maksymiuk conducts and also on the programme are Haydn's Symphony No 75 and Rimsky-Korsakov's ever popular Scheherezade.


I Royal Bank of Scotland Choir Reid (‘oncert Hall. Bristo Square. Tickets: Royal Bank PR Department. West Register Street. 7.30pm. £3 (£2). Purcell's Birthday ()dc ( 'ome Ye Sons ofA rr. Elgar's From the Bavarian Hi ghlands and other Victorian part-songs conducted by Robert Marshall.

SATURDAY 13 Edinburgh

I Conference of the Scottish Federation of Organists Various New Town venues. Full programme: P Backhousc. ~10 Palmerston Place. Day starts at 9. 15am with events through until (‘onfererice closes at 6pm. Full ticket: £10. Separate events: £2.50. Packed programme for organ enthusiasts visits the tiny lipiscopal church of St Vincent. St Stephen's and St Mary‘s. ()rgari rccrtal. talks. choral evensongand lots more. See below.

I Organ Recital St Stephen‘s Church. St Vincent Street (foot of Howe Street). Tickets; at door. 12 noon. £2.50. Jos van der Kooy in a programme which includes Bach‘s Prelude and l-ugue in B minor. works by Regcr and 'l‘ournemirc and an improvisation. See above.

I Electra-Acoustic Workshop Reid ( ‘oncert Hall. llr‘isto Square. Tickets: 667 1011 ext 4577 ( indiribiirgh l'nivcrsity Mtisic Faculty i. 10am 1pm. Admission lrec. I’elcr Nelson explains sortie of the

iiitr rcacics behind elcctro-acotistic music I Electra-Acoustic Concert Reid Concert Hall. Bristo Square 'lickcts1667 101 text 4577 ( Izdiriburgh l'nisei‘sity Music l-aciilty) 7 ~15pm.£3 5ll(£2.50) inverting ot clectro-acotislic music directed by Peter Nelson ol l-diribiirgh l ‘riivci'sity 's electronic music \ltltllti. See abov c.

I Court Music from the 17th Century St

(‘eeilia‘s Hall. Cowgate. Tickets: at door. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£2.50). Counter-tenor. lute and theorbo. with harpsichord and organ. is the combination for Scottish and Italian items by Monteverdi. (‘accini. Burnett and the first performance in Scotland of Carissimi's Lament ofMary. Queen of Scols from 1650. In aid of the J.J.K. Rhodes Fund for the Russell (‘ollection of Instruments. some of which will be played in the concert.

I The Fairer Sax Queen's Hall. (‘lerk Street. 668 2019. 7.30pm. £5. Not strictly classical but who cares? Something to appeal for everyone from this multi-talented all female line-up. Presented by the Order ofSt John Musical Society. '

SUNDAY 14 Edinburgh

I St Giles‘ at Six St (iiles‘ Cathedral. High Street. 6pm. Free at door. An hourof music from the Aberdeen ()rpheus('hoir who sing Mendelssohn's Laudu Sion and Mozart 's A ve Verum.

I Friends of Scottish Opera AGM Queen's Hall. (‘lerk Street. 668 2019. 3pm.

MONDAY 15 Glasgow

I HSAMD Wind Band Stevenson Hall. RSAM 1.). 100 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. 8pm. £3 (£2). Varied programme conducted by Edgar Williams includes (iershwin's Rhapsody in Blue with Peter Seivewright as soloist. Sullivan‘s Pineapple Poll Suite and Bacchus on Blue Ridge byJoseph Horowitz.

I Pro Arte Recital Henry Wood Hall. (‘laremont Street. Tickets: 33-16908 (Ambassador Classics). 7.30pm. Extra date: Tue 16. Edinburgh. £3.50(£2.25). American pianist Charles Fisk gives his Scottish debut with Bach‘s l’arrira in [2‘ minor. Bartok's ()ur ofl)oors Suite and the Sonata in Bfla! by Schubert.


I Edinburgh University ZDth Century Camerata Reid Concert Hall. Bristo Square. Tickets at door. 7.30pm. £2 (£1.50). Enterprising and adventurous student group with Webern's Concerto ()p 24. th'ercure in memorr'um Dal/apiccola and Strav'insky's Dmnhurron ()aks concerto.

I James Clapperton Piano Recital Queen's Hall. (.‘lerk Street. 668 2019. 7.45pm. Please note this recital has been POSTPONED. Date to be announced.



I Glasgow Harpsichord Society St Anne‘s. 14 Sandend Road. 882 6127. 7.30pm. Annual (ieneral Meeting.


I Student Concert Reid (‘oncert Hall. Bristo Square. Free at door. 1.10pm. Students from Edinburgh University's Music Faculty show what they can do.

I Pro Arte Recital Reid (‘oncert Hall. Bristo Square. Tickets: 668 2019(Oueen's Hall). 7.30pm. £3.50(£2.25). See Mon 15. (ilasgow for full description.

WEDNESDAY 17 Glasgow

I Glasgow Youth Choir('iiy Hall. ('aridleriggs. 227 5511.12 £2.50. 7.30pm. lastradate: Fri 1‘).

THURSDAY 18 Edinburgh

I Edinburgh University Singers Reid (’oncert Hall. Bristo Square. Tickets: at door. 7.45pm. Programmeincludes Kenneth Leighton's .llrm ()p 4-1. John Kitchen directs,

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