CLASSICAL & OPERA MUSIC
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Concerts are listed by date, then by city. Classical 5 Opera Listings compiled by Alan Morrison.
I We Cardinall’s Musick Festival Theatre. Nicolson Street. 529 6000. 7.30pm. £6.50 £12.50 (£4.50--£10.50). Winner of the I995 (Immo/I/Iimt' award in the early mUsic category. vocal group The Cardinall's M tisick present a programme of music by Tudor composers -- Byrd's Muss For Four l’ilft't'.\'. I‘ayrfax‘s Ac'li'mt' Lam/ix Lilian). Merbecke's Doinim' I/twu ('ltristt' and I.udford's Aw ('uiur ('um‘t'ptin.
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I One Voice Theatre \‘v’ot‘ksllop. 3-1 Hamilton Place. Stockbridge. 226 5425. 8pm. £6 (£3. schoolchildren free). This programtne. entitled ‘Iilectric Voice'. includes four premieres of work by young Composers working in electro-acoustic and mixed source areas. Also included is Steve Reich's Hit/crew 'I'ruim. a jazz/funk work for rapper and ensemble. and a duo for violin and clarinet with accompanying video. See preview.
I Organ Recital Art Gallery and Museum. Kelvingrove. 221 9600. 2.30pm and 3.30pm. Free. Donald Mac Kenzie from the ()deon Cinema in London's Leicester Square gives a promenade concert.
I Joanna MacCregor Holy Trinity Church. Haddington. 8pm. £7 (LS/£2.50) from Usher Hall. Queen’s Hall. ()ir's Newsagents (High Street. l—Iaddington). Lamp ()f Lothian ()ffice (Mault House. Poldrate. Haddington. ()1620 823738) or on the door. The Lamp 01' Lothian Summer Season continues with renowned pianist Joanna MacGregor playing two of Bach's Franc/i Sui/car. Ravel's Mt'nmirs. a Bartok sonata and contemporary pieces by Art Tatum and Django Bates.
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I Chamber Concert Ayton Castle. near liyemouth. Berwickshire. 8pm. £6 (£4) from Eyemouth Tourist Information Centre (018907 50678). Berwick-upon- Tweed Tourist Information Centre (0| 289 330733) or by post from Music-Makers. 17 North Gardner Street. Glasgow. G11 SBU (0141 339 2708). The longstanding \ iolin and piano duo Susanne Stan/.eleit and Gusztav Fenyo open the Ayton Castle Summer Music Festival with a programme featuring Schubert's l-‘amusic in (' uni/or and Brahms's Sunqu in D minor.
I The Auld Alliance 1295—1995 St Michael‘s. Linlithgow. 6.30pm. £10 (£8) from Assembly Rooms. King‘s Theatre. Queen‘s Hall. Usher Hall. limit/remit's/tire Journal A'- (iurem' Office or credit card hotline (()131 220 4349). This special concert. celebrating the 700th anniversary of the ratification in 1296 of the Auld Alliance -- the oldest authenticated international treaty in the western world -- features music from the three relevant nations. I‘rom France comes linsemble Clement Janequin; from Norway. Nordic Voices; and from Scotland. Nancy Thym and the Rowallan Consort. The programme includes other internationally renowned musicians. and actress Gerda Stevenson will perform a selection of readings.
I Children’s Concert Ayton Castle. near Iiyemouth. Berwickshire. 10.30am. £3 from Eyemouth Tourist Information Centre (0)8907 50678). Herwick-upon- Tweed Tourist Infornuuion Centre (()1289 330733) or by post from Music-Makers. 17 North Gardner Street. Glasgow. G1 | SBU (0141 339 2708). A specially devised programme of music with stories narrated from the piano for children aged 5- | 3. presented and performed by David Howells. Enjoy Prokofiev's Peter/1nd T/It’ Wu/j'and Saint-Saens’s The Carnival 0/ The Animals. For an extra £1. take part in the workshop that follows. playing a character in Peter Am/ The W01].
I Chamber Concert Ayton Castle. near Iiyemouth. Berwickshire. 8pm. £6 (£4) from outlets above. Young cellist Timothy Gill joins Susanne Stanzeleit (violin) and Gusztav Fetiyo (piano) for Schubert's Trio in [flirt]. Brahms's gypsy-flavoured Trio in (‘ Hui/or and Mozart's Trio in [firm/or.
I Piano Duo Ayton Castle. near Eyemouth. Berwickshire. 3pm. £6 (£4) from Eyemouth Tourist Information Centre (018907 50678). Berwick-upon- Tweed Tourist Information Centre (()1289 330733) or by post from Music-Makers. 17 North Gardner Street. Glasgow. Gll SBU (0141 339 2708). London-based Scottish pianist Claire Haslin teams up with Gusztav Fenyo for Brahms's Hungarian I)(lll('(’.\'. Schubert's I-‘unlusie in F minnr and Ravel‘s Mother Goose Suite.
I Geraldine Mcoreevy Ayton Castle. near Eyemouth. Berwickshire. 8pm. £6 (£4) from outlets above. The winner of the 1996 Kathleen Fern'er Award tnakes her first Scottish appearance with a varied recital encompassing Lieder by Brahms and Schubert. songs by Hugo Wolf. miniatures by Fauré and Chausson. and Greek folk songs set by Ravel. Gusztav Fenyo accompanies atlthe piano.
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