f?§1‘i‘:§f§............. CLASSICAL

Rink. 7.30pm. Free. Information 226

3809. Guru and musician. New York- based Sri Chinmoy plays solo to huge audiences on ethnic and other

instruments. including flute. piano atid

cello. ()nly European concert.

I ALP Ceilidh St Brides. Orwell Terrace. m Dairy Road. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). Children

£1. Tickets from 337 5442. Music from Concerts are listed by date, then by city. Kipper in the Bath. Fund-raiser for the Classical a Opera listings compiled by Adult Learning Project. Alan Morrison.

I Tron Folk Club Tron Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 1550. 8.30pm. £3. A very funny gtiy who takes no prisoners. . Frank Robb is a veteran folk/comedy

performer froin Aberdeen.

I Piano Rec'la' S‘Cw'm” Hal" Paragon Ensemble at the Iron, Glasgow, Tue 22; Macnobert Arts Centre, Stirling, Wed 23

Flfe RSAMI). 100 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. I Scots And Gaelic Singing Workshops 1pm. £2.50 (£1.50). Peter Seivcwright King‘s promise to sacrifice his son to the Covenanter Hotel. High Street. Falkland. plays Bach‘s 'Ioi'i'aia iii I".\‘/It1I'/) minor sea god Neptune in return for military See Fri 25. and Rachmaniniw's Sonata No 2. \ ictory. Song in Italian with English I The Poozies Carnegie Hall. I Massed Bands of the RAF Glasgow surtitles. asgow Dunfermline. ()1383 314127. 7.30pm. £7 Royal Concert Hall. Sauchiehall Street. I The Magic Flute Playhouse. Greenside (£5). The fab female foursome rooting 7.30pm. £7.50—£13.50 from 287 551 1. Place. 557 2590. 7.15pm. £7.50—£4(). I Rachmaninov Trio Barony Hall. Castle about in a great venue. Compere Jim Bowen invites audiences to Mozart‘s symbolic tale of the search for Street. 7.30pm. Free tickets from External celebrate 60 years of the Spitfire with a true love in a magical realm is given large Affairs and Development Department. M rousing set of military numbers including scale treatment by the Romanian National University of Strathclyde. 553 4113. The Glasgow Pomp Am! Circumstance and The Opera. ()ne of the opera world's most . University of Strathclyde‘s Bicentenary Dtiitibiisters. accessible works. it‘s filled wrth beautiful Festival of Music continues With Mozart's I Three Piece Suite Brel. Ashton Lane. I Yggdrasil Ouartet Milngavie Town arias and duets. Song in German with Trio in C. Debussy's Trio in G and Byres Road. 3—5pm. Free. Hoedown. Hall. Milngavie. 7.30pm. The Aberdeen- Iinglisli surtitles. Schumann's Trio No 2 in I". cajun songs and stringband sounds froin at based foursome play Beethoven‘s new band on the scene. Quarter 0]) IS No 2. Judith Weir‘s String F1 Quarter 1990 and Brahms‘s Quarter 0,) l 8 5 No I. I BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra I Paragon Ensemble MacRobert Arts I Scots And Gaelic Singing Workshops MacRobert Arts Centre. University of Centre. University of Stirling. 01786 Covenanter Hotel. High Street. Falkland. Edinburgh Stirling. 01786 461081. 8pm. £12 461081. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). See Tue 22. See Fri 25. (£9.50/£(H. Alexander 'l‘itov conducts the I Organ necital McEwan Hall. Bristo BBC (SS() in Sclttitttann’s ()i-erliirt': Square. 650 2423. l.l0ptti. l‘t‘ee. l’elct‘ .‘llit/i/I'i’il. Mat‘ltnu s ('t'l/o Concerto No / Glasgow Backhouse plays- ill the impressive twitlisoloist Michaela It'ukacova) and GlaSgow University of Edinburgh surroundings. Dvorak s Si-iii/t/ioiir No 7. I Ceilidh Dance Class Riverside Club. I the Pearl Fishers Festival Theatre. I University Oi Strathclyde BA Applied Fox Street. offClyde Street. 248 3144. Nicolson Street. 52‘) 6000. 7.15pm. Helensbufgh Music Chamber Orchestra Recital Studio. 7.30-10pm. Doors open 7pm. £3.50. Bar. £3.50—£25. Scottish ()pera presents a Jordanhill Campus. 1.15pm. Free. See Regular caller Karin Ingram and piano- concert version of one of the best loved I Cosi Fan Tutte Victoria Ilall. Sinclair Tue 22. accordionist Freeland Barbour. operas of all time. Bizet‘s masterpiece. set Street. 7.30pm. £6 (£5/£ I) from I Piano Recital Concert Hall. University in ancient Ceylon. features the famous I’apeiclip. Sinclair Street (01436 676600). of Glasgow. 330 4092. 1.15pm. Free. W duet ‘Au Fond Dti Temple Saint'. and will The final date in Scottish ()pera Go Kenneth Hamilton plays Julius Reubke's Edinburgh he performed by the ftill Chorus and Rounds tour brings its six-singer. one- Sonata iii Bflar minor. Liszt‘s arrangement Orchestra of Scottish Opera with guest piano version of Mozart's classic opera to of Chopin‘s noctunie My Joys and Liszt‘s I Penicuik Folk Club Navaar Hotel. Bog principals. Stitig in French. Helensburgh. Brilliant ensemble pieces own M(’])hi.\'f() Walt: No I. At 2.30pm. Road. Penicuik. 8.30pm. £4 (£3). I Aida Playhouse. Greenside Place. 557 performed by some of the company‘s Hamilton and senior students from the Singaround. 2590. 7.15pm. £8—£4-l. The Romanian rising stars. University’s Music Department will give a

National Opera returns for its second UK public piano masterclass.

"unfermllne tour. beginning its Edinburgh residency W I Hebrides Ensemble Barony Hall. Castle

I Ceilidh Dance Class Baldridge Burn with Verdi‘s powerful and dramatic Street. 7.30pm. Free tickets from External Institute. Baldridge Burn. Information tragedy. set in ancient Egypt. The GlaSgOW Affairs and Development Department. 01383 739387. 7—9.45. £3.50. Music frotn company‘s massive chorus should do University of Strathclyde. 553 4113. Freeland Barbour. dance calling frotn justice to the big set pieces. including the I Organ Recital Art Gallery 8; Museum. Another concert in the University of karen Ingram. 'Triumphal March'. Song in Italian with Kelvingrove. 221 9600. 2.30pm and Strathclyde‘s Bicentenary Festival of

English surtitles. 3.30pm. Free. A promenade concert by Music. with pieces by Mozart. Glinka. Tom Carrick. Poulenc and Brahms. Glasgow SATURDAY 19 W I Royal Scottish National Orchestra

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Sauchiehall I Weekly Scots Fiddle Workshops Govan Glasgow Street. 7.30pm. £8-£21 from 287 5511.

Parish School. Cornwall Street. Kinning GlaSgOW Rising star Lars Vogtjoins the RSNO and

Piirk.r7.3()—9.3()piii. £4 (£1.50) I Opera Concert Glasgow Royal Concert conductor Petr Altrichter for Mozart’s

Information 636 I450. lain Fraser leads Hall. Sauchiehall Street. 7.30pm. I University of Strathclyde BA Applied Piano Concerto No 24 for the first part of

the season of workshops on Scots and £5.50—£l8.50 froin 287 551 1. Martin Music Chamber Orchestra Hutcheson's a concert which also includes Bruckner's

Cape Breton fiddle styles. for more Merry conducts an evening of opera arias. Hall. 2 John Street. 1.15pm. £2 on the .S‘vmpltony No 9.

advanced players; other tutors lead the duets and ensembles with lnessa Gallante door. The orchestra is joined by Euan

beginners and intermediate levels. (soprano). Graciela Araya (mezzo Forrester and Alastair McCulloch for Edinbufgh

I Vagabonds Scotia Bar. Stockwell soprano). Gabriel Sade (tenor). Jacek Bach's Concerto in I) minor/or 2 Violins-

Street. 552 8681. 8.30pm. Free. Strauch (baritone) and the Royal Scottish and by Lindsay Cargill for Vivaldi‘s I King Stag Traverse Theatre. Cambridge

Edinburgh National Orchestra. Guitar Concerto in I). Street. 228 1404. 7.30pm. £7 (£4). Paul I Paragon Ensemble The Tron. Trongate. Sands's folk opera is performed by Opera

I Shannus Edinburin Folk Club. Edinburgh 8pm. £8 (£4) from 552 4267 or 227 5511. Circus and directed by David Glass. A

Pleasance Cabaret Bar. The Pleasance. 332 Led by artistic director David Davies. the richly comic tale of political intrigue. it’s 7067. 8pm. £4 (£3). Gill. Bob and Paddy I ldomeneo Festival Theatre. Nicolson 24-strong ensemble performs Schubert‘s set in a forgotten kingdom sometime last

Stewart bring a vibrant family heritage and Street. 529 60(X). 7.15pm. £5.50—£45. ll’iiiterreise in a format reinterpreted as century. The company's intensely

a fresh energy to Scots trad tnusic. Scottish Opera presents a new music theatre by Hans Zender. complete physical performance style gives an edge

production of Mozart‘sTrojan War with dramatic light show. Also on the to the production. See Theatre preview. opera. directed and designed by programme is Sally Beainislt‘s A Book Of I Scottish Chamber Orchestra Usher

Glasgow Glasgow-born rising star David McVicar .S‘eaxoiis. See preview. Hall. Lothian Road. 228 1155. 7.45pm. and conducted by Spanish maestro £4.50—£17. A much-awaited concert with

I Rock Salt And IIails King Tut’s Wah Antoni Ros Marba. Sopranos Lisa Milne Edinburgh the SCO‘s new principal conductor.

Wah '.-Iut. St Vincent Street. lnfortnation and Claire Rutter appear together for the Joseph Swensen. taking on a hefty

01360 771177. 8pm. Shetland roots stars first time since The Marriage (2]‘1-‘igaro I Cello Recital Reid Concert Hall. Bristo programme: Beethoven‘s Symphony No l

on art endless tour. and the title role is taken by tenor Square. 650 2423. 1.10pm. Free. Bernard and Svmphonv No 9 (‘Choral)'. Soloists

I New Dawn Folk Club Glasgow Press Thomas Randle. The story tells of the Gregor-Smith (cello) and Yolande for the evening are Joan Rodgers. Patricia

Club. West Regent Street. 332 1674. 8pm. love between a captured Trojan princess Wrigley (piano) play music by Crawford. Bardon. Justin Lavender and Bike Wilm

£3-£5. Cordon Tyrell and a Cretan prince. thwarted by the Harper and Beethoven. Schulte.

The List 18-31 Oct 1996 63