MUSIC CLASSICAL & OPERA
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SCOTLAND'S BUSIEST CONCERT HALL SEPTEMBER
Sun 4 Neil Butterworth
Wed 7 Wine Tasting
Sun11 Waverley Singers
Sat17 Broadway Express
Sat24 Ebbw Vale Male Choir
Sun 25 Ebbw Vale Male Choir
Thur29 Scottish Chamber Orchestra
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One Voice New Music Ensemble
7776. 3pm. £5 (£3). In celebration of twenty years of music-making Pamela Duncan will conduct the Singers along with a special choir of former members. The programme includes works by Poulenc. Leighton. Britten. Rossini. Schubert. Purcell and Mozart.
I St Giles’ at Six St Giles' Cathedral. 6pm. Free. The Squair Mile Consort of Viols will give a performance of tnusic by Gibbons. Ward. Jenkins and Purcell.
I last Night of the GIGS Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Sauchiehall Street. 227
55] 1. 7.30pm. £3.50—£l5. The City of Glasgow Philarmonic ()rchestra bring the Gala season to a stylish end with Ian Sutherland conducting. James Hunter conducts the Bearsden Burgh Choir.
I Kelvin Grove Organ Series Art Gallery and Museum. Kelvingrove. NI 1854. 2.30pm. Free. Robin Erskine will give a classical promenade recital on the organ built by Lewis and Co Ltd at the turn of the century.
I The Telemann Ensemble The Ban-ell Collection. 331 1854. 2.30pm. £4 (£2). The Ensemble play as part of the Music at the Burrell series.
j I James Galway with Marisa Robles . Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Sauchiehall f Street. 227 551 l. 7.30pm. £l().50—£2l.
f Marking the beginning of the international , Series. Galway takes on the dual role of
E exemplary ﬂautist and conductor of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. The
; evening's programme includes Mozart's
I overture The lmprmorio and Sibelius's Vu/sc Trixie. Robles will demonstrate her
I skill on the harp in an arrangement of
; Rodrigo's Corii'i'orto (lt’ Aron/w: and in
E tandem with Galway in Mozart's
i Concerto/or Hun' and Harp.
i I Dennis Townhill St Mary's Cathedral. i.Palmerston Place. 225 6293. 8pn. £5. As a l guest of St Mary‘s Cathedral Music Society Townhill. the organist emeritus of
i St Mary's will give an organ recital.
i WEDNESDAY 14
i Glasgow 1 I BBC 58!) and Scottish Festival Singers l Tramway. Albert Drive. Pollockshields.
I 422 2023. 8pm. £9/£6. Tickets from the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 551 l or from Tramway Box Ofﬁce. As part of the l Mouthmusicke choral season the Scottish I Symphony Orchestra team up with the
a Festival Singers for renditions of
| Williams's I’rmrusiu on u Theme of
l Thomas Till/is. Britten's .S‘w't'lirult'jor
Tenor, Horns and Strings and Parts Tc
| Drum. Ian Bostridge is the tenor. David i Flack plays the horn. Alexander Titov
i conducts and Ian McCrorie is the chorus
I Cappella Nova'l'ramway. Albert Drive. Pollockshields. 422 2023. 8pm. £S/£5. Tickets from the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 55] l or from Tramway Box Ofﬁce. Alan Tavener conducts the singers in Carver's iihlh‘i’jill' T/irm' Voices. Eddie McGuire‘s Celtic Ix'norwork and new pieces from Rebecca Rowe. John Gormley. Catherine Muir and Janet Beat.
SUNDAY 18 Edinburgh
I Misa Flamenca Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Nicolson Street. 52‘) 6000. 7.30pm. £4.50-£22.50. Paco Pena blends the sacred with the profane by combining the liturgy of the Catholic Mass with the vibrancy of the Flamenco. The choir of the Academy of St Martin's in the Fielth will join with a group of Flamenco musicians to produce a lively fusion of passion and tradition. See preview.
I ludus lnstrumentalis St Stephen's Church. St Stephen's Street. 7.30pm. £4 (£3) from Queen's Hall Box Ofﬁce. Usher Hall Box ()l‘lice and at the door. The baroque chamber orchestra and choir present Purcell's Hui/f Brie/i! ('c't'i/iu.
I St Giles’ 8T Six St Giles Cathedral. 6pm. Free. Directed by Ken McAra. the Phoenix Consort present a programme of Scottish Renaissance music. John Dowland sings.
I The Rachmaninov Trio Merchants House. 7 West George Street. 7.30pm. Tickets frotn the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 55] 1. £8 (£5). Cellist Sasha Volpov. pianist Phillip Silver and violin and viola player l.ev Atlas will perform RachmaninoVs Trio. Shostakovich's Trio and Brahms's Trio. Conclusive proof that the best things come in threes.
I The Tallis Scholars Tramway. Albert Drive. Pollockshields. 422 2023. 8pm. £8/£5. Tickets from the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 55l l or from 'I'ramway Box Ofﬁce. After an absence of live years the Scholars are back with a programme of works including Taverner's ll’t'srcrn ll’ymlv Muss along with pieces by Whyte and Byrd. Peter Phillips conducts.
I The Tallis Scholars Tramway. Albert Drive. l’olltxkshields. 422 2023. 8pm. £8/£5. Tickets from the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 551 l or from Tramway Box Office. For their second night the Scholars present a programme by Tomkins. Byrd and Goinbert.
I SCI) and Xak Bierken St Mary's Parish Church. Haddington. 8pm. Tickets from Usher Hall Box Ofﬁce. Queen's Hall Box Office. James ()rr. 8| High Street. Haddington. i’laddington House. 0620 823738 attd at the door. £7 l()APs and students £5. school pupils £2.50). Bringing an end to the Lamp of Lothian summer season Xak Bjerken will exercise his piano skills accompanied by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. Works by Stravinsky. Mozart and Gershwin will be performed.
44 The List 9—22 September 1994