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FOLK & WORLD MUSIC
I Jinty Mcointy’s Ashton Lane. 9pm. Free. Slip Jig.
I Easy Money Victoria Bar Stockwell Street/Bridgegate. 552 6040. 9pm. Free. I The Abbot‘s Highland Fling Abbni‘s lnch. Arkleston Road. Renfrew. 886 4988. £12.50. Twice weekly dinner. Scots singer. ceilidh band and piper. Also Wednesdays.
I Brazen Head 1 Cathcart Road. 8pm. Free. Rhiannon’s Dream.
I Halt Dar Woodlands Road. 9pm. Free. Urban Gypsies and the Rain Dancers.
I Jinty Mcointy’s Ashton Lane. 9pm. Free. Dig George.
I The Abbot’s Highland Fling Abbot's lnch. Arkleston Road. Renfrew. 886 4988. £12.50. Twice weekly dinner. Scots singer. ceilidh band and piper. Also Tuesdays.
I Brazen Head 1 Cathcart Road. 8pm. Free. Keltchar.
I Old Toll Bar Paisley Road Toll. 9pm. Free. Open session.
I Woorniks Victoria Bar. Stockwell Street/Bridgegate. 552 6040. 9pm. Free. I Jiveass and Friends Clutha Vaults. Stockwell Street. 552 7520. 8.30pm. Free. Trad and Chicago Blues.
EDINBURGH ' Fridays
I Simon Thoumire and Friends Ensign Ewart. Lawniiiarket. top of High Street. 9pm. Free. Top flight instrumental folk music.
I Alan Hunter and Friends Waterloo Buffet. 7 Waterloo Place. 556 7597. 9pm. Free.
I Sandy Bell’s Forrest Hill Bar. Forrest Road. 9pm. Free. Scots/Irish session.
I live Bands Thistle Hotel. Manor Place. 225 6144. 9pm.-midnight. Free.
I Morrison’s Bar Morrison Street. 3.30—6.30pm. Free. Prodigal Sons.
I Shore Music The Shore Bar. Shore. Leith. 9pm. Free. Folk instrumental music.
I Royal Oak Infirmary Street. 557 2976. 9pm till late. Free. Informal session.
I Graeme Pearson Ensign Ewart. Lawnmarket. top of High Street. 9pm. Free.
I Nobles Constitution Street. 1.eit1i. 9pm. Regular instrumental session.
I Tron Ceilidh House Hunter Square. High Street. Informal live acoustic music most nights.
I Little Green Monkeys Bannerman's Bar. Cowgate. 9pm. Free.
I Green Tree Cowgate. 9pm. Free. lnstrurnental. mainly lrish.
I Patsy Mack Bannertiian's Bar. Cowgate. 9.30pm. Free.
I [es Partisans Bar High Street. 9pm. Free. Flute and ﬁddle from Rebecca Knorr and Tim 0’ Leary.
I The Shore Bar The Shore. l.eith. 9pm. Free. Live music.
I Old Coach Inn Canonmills. 539 8123. 8.30pm. Free. Session with members of Miro.
I Muckle Ado Milne‘s Bar. Hanover Street. 9pm. Free.
I Patsy Mack Les Partisans Bar. High Street. 9pm. Free. Acoustic session.
I Tron Ceilidh House Hunter Square. High Street. 9pm. Free. Informal sessions.
CLASSICAL & OPERA
Concerts are listed by date, then by city. Classical & Opera listings compiled by Jonathan Trew.
I Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Nicolson Street. 5296000. 7.30pm. £5.50—£22.50. Dutch and British Baroque specialists get together with cosmopolitan musicians to bring its music from Purcell. Telemann. Vivaldi and Bach in an exclusive Scottish performance. Ton Koopman conducts and Catherine Bott is the soprano.
I Scottish Schools Orchestra Trust
Usher Hall. l.ot1iian Road. 228 1155. I £203 til/£1.50). Tenth Anniversary 3 Concert for the SSCOT featuring the first
performance ofJane Gardner's Fanfare
which was coiiiiiiisssioued for the occasion. Young Scottish pianist Steven
()shorue will perform the first movement of Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No 2.
; I St Gites’ at Six St Giles‘ Cathedral. 6pm. Counter-tenor Sandy Chenery and
organist John Kitchen perform Vivaldi's Stu/mt Motor and Poulenc's Les Bestiuires.
I Zoran Jancic Reid Hall. 447 347 l.
8pm. 1.5/13. Tickets at door. This will be the first l'K performance of this leading pianist from Sarajevo since he gained
refugee status in 1993. The programme includes works by Chopin. (iranados. Debussy and Ravel. All profits go to the Sarajevo Music Academy appeal.
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I Evelyn Glennie Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Nicolson Street. 529 6000. 7.30pm. £3.50—L‘1050. The Scottish percussionist returns to the capital fora major solo concert. .»\ccoinpanied only by a pianist. this woman has mastered more instruments than most people could name. A wide-ranging repertoire promises to transfix.
WEDNESDAY 20 Edinburgh
I Organ Recital St Andrew's and St
George’s Church. George Street. 12.30pm. Free with collection at end. Jonathan Harris. Edinburgh University Anderson Organ prizewinner. gives a recital on the Wells-Kennedy organ.
THURSDAY 21 Edinburgh
I Orphee et Euridice Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Nicolson Street. 529 6000. 7.30pm. £3—£44. Gluck's baroque opera is performed here as part of the English Bach festival. Over 80 artists. including an orchestra of top period instrument players. combine to bring this tale of lost love to life. Marc Minkowski conducts whilst Marilyn Hill Smith and Gregory Cross take the title roles.
FRIDAY 22 Edinburgh
I Dido and Aeneas Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Nicolson Street. 529 6000. 7.30pm. £3—£44. Purcell‘s opera continues the English Bach festival. Della Jones plays a double role as both the spurned Dido and the Sorceress. Russell Stnythe takes on the mantle of victorious Greek leader. Aeneas and Marilyn Hill Smith plays Belinda. Again Mark Minkowski conducts.
I Kronos Duartet Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Nicolson Street. 529 6000. 7.30pm. £6.50—£l2.50. The iconoclastic string quartet return to Edinburgh with their individual interpretations of works ranging from Gorecki to Hendrix.
Glasgow I 880 $80 Concert Hall. Broadcasting
House. 7.30pm. All tickets have been allocat ed. but a small number of returns may b e available from 7pm. Piano Conce no No 3 and l’oi‘ulise by
Rachr naninov and The Confession of [sober ' Gowdi'e by James MacMillan will be performed. Kathryn Stott is the pianist and J: :rzy Maksymiuk conducts.
an DAY 24 Edinburgh
I Si; Giles’ at Six St Giles' Cathedral. 6pir. .. A consort of voices directed by Jam es Waters. Music by Gibbons. Wet:1kes.Tomkins.Ta11is. Howells and Dur ufle.
IE EDNESDAY 27 Edinburgh
ll Katie and Marielle labeque Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Nicolson Street. 529 6000. 7.30pm. £4.50—£l7.50. This startling. French piano duo make a
\ velcome return to Edinburgh. This time
: tround they will perform works by l’oulenc. Milhaud. Bernstein. Camilo and 'Mcl.augh1in.
I Organ Recital St Giles' Cathedral. 7.30pm. £4/£6 from Cathedral shop or at door. Susan Landale. the organist of Les lnvalides in Paris. performs on the Austrian Rieger organ which was installed in 1992.
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