A mix of styles old and
(featuring soloist l)avid l‘lack) and Beethoven's .S‘_\'nip/imiy No 2. There will be a free pre-concert talk at 7. l 5pm.
I Royal Scottish National Orchestra Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 287 55l l. 7.30pm. £8.25-»£2l.50. See Fri 20.
0 Scottish Chamber Orchestra Queen's Hall. Clerk Street. (ms 2019. 7.45pm. £5.50- L'l‘). See Thu 19.
I East Fife Male Voice Choir Adam Smith Theatre. Bennochy Road. 0l592 4l2929. 7.30pm. £7.50 (£5). See l’ri 20.
I BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra MacRobert. University of Stirling. 0I7So 4(il0ts’l. Spin. L‘ l 7.50 (£l-l.50—under 25s £6). See Fri 20.
I Sunday Brunch With Paragon Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 287 55! l. lpm. £7 l£5l1£lSl£lol including lunch. The Paragon linsemble bring their series of lunchtime concerts to a close. with a performance of Brahms’
their disco of the far side of the moon, the Soviets promptly named a crater after Cyrano de Bergerac.’
Mark Brown meets Robert Lepage, Feature, page 22.
new with Virtuosi which Hebrides Ensemble play at Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow,
Tue 17 Apr and Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Thu 19 Apr.
I’iuno Quartet in C minor and Mozart's ('lurine! Quintet. followed by an all—you- can eat buffet.
I Sunday Afternoon Recital House For An Art l.over. Bellaliotiston Park. H) Dumbreck Road. 353 4773. 2.30-- 3.30pm. £3.50 (£2.50) entry to house. The Music Room at the House is tised just as Mackintosh originally intended. with an afternoon concert of classical piano works.
I Kaleidoscope Cafe (‘osszicliok Russian Cultural Centre. If) King Street. 553 0733. 8.30pm. Ciuest artists perform a mixed bill of music.
I The Rudsambee Company Of SingersNational Portrait (iallery. l Queen Street. 624 (i200. 3pm. Free. A spring concert from the Rudsambee Company Of Singers featuring works from Scotland. France. Poland and Croatia.
I Edinburgh University Music Society Symphony Orchestra (ireyfriars Kirk. (ireyfriars Place. 07989 856251. 7.30pm. £7 (£4). Cellist Jane Rimerjoins conductor Richard Jeffcoat and the orchestra for lilgar's wonderful ('e/lo (‘oneerm Also on the bill are Mendelssohn's Overture: The Hebrides and Mahler’s Symphony No 5.
I Scottish Opera - Don Giovanni Theatre Royal. 282 Hope Street. 332 9000. 7.15pm. £3.50—L‘46. John Cox directs Scottish ()pera's first main stage appearance this season: Mozart‘s recounting of the conquests of notorious Spanish seducer. Don Juan. Artist Peter Howson provides the dramatic set.
I Nicola and Alexandra Bibby Hutchesons‘ Hall. I58 lngrain Street. 552 839l. l.l5pm. £2.50. The piano duo perform works by Schubert and Ireland. I Musica Electronica Concert Hall. University of Glasgow. University Avenue. 330 4092. l.l0pm. Free. See Tue 17.
I Jill Whitehouse, Martin Hughes and Mary Breatnach Reid Concert Hall. lidinburgli l'niversity. Bristo Square. (ms 2019. l.l0pm. l‘ree. The trio perform music by Beethoven. Mozart and Reger.
I Edinburgh Telephone Choir (icorge Square Theatre. l'niversity ()f lidinburgh. (ieorge Square. 050 8-10]. 7.30pm. £5. In a bid to be all things to all people. the choir's annual concert is a veritable smorgasbord of tunes. Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Verdi's death. they perform a series of Italian songs and choruses. followed by sing-a-long songs by (iershwin and Bernstein. some Strauss. lilgar and Lloyd \Nebber.
I Royal Scottish National Orchestra Caird Hall. City Square. 01382 43-19-10. 7.30pm. The final concert in the RSNO's Shostakovich series features the composer's Symphony No 9. in a programme which also sees conductor Alexander Lazarev welcome guest pianist John [ill to the stage for Beethoven's I’iuno (‘nneerto No 5 'limperm" and the RSNO Chorus for Jatnes MacMillan's Cantos .S‘rlgl‘rlr/US.
I The Glasgow Phoenix Choir Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 287 55l l. 7.30pm. £8—L‘l2. Glasgow's acclaimed ensemble celebrate I00 years of choral tradition. with special guests Dean Park. Dorothy Paul and the Kirkintilloch Brass Band. I University of Glasgow Contemporary Music Ensemble Concert Hall. L'niversity of Glasgow. L'niversity Avenue. 330 4092. l.l0pm. Free. William Sweeney directs the ensemble in a lunchtime concert.
Classical & opera listings Music
Julian Lloyd Webber Andy's brother proves that musical genes can in fact be put to good use. as the Virtuoso cellist performs the world premiere of .James MacMillan's second Cello Sonata. Queen's Hall. Edinburgh. Tue l,” Apr; Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow. lliu 79 Apr.
Hebrides Ensemble 'l he slieei quality of the musicians taking part in tonight's concert has prompted the ensemble to call it Virtuosi. As ever with this eclectic ensemble. their final concert this season features a fine mix of old and new. Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, Wed 78 Apr; Queen's Hall. l‘ d/nburgli. Thu IQApr.
Scottish Chamber Orchestra One of Scotland's best loved contemporary composers. Sally Beamish. once again delves inside the world of Mary Shelley. this time emerging with her diverse new work. Wlii'tescape. Younger Hall, St Andrews. Tliu 79 Apr; Queen's Hall. Edinburgh, Sat 27 Apr
I Scottish Chamber Orchestra Queen's llall. Clerk Street. (iots’ 20l9. 7.45pm. £5.50 U9. Vibrant young ltalian conductor (iiovanni Antonini makes his debut appearance w itli the S('(). leading the orchestra through Mozart's overtures from I! Serue/io and l.ueio Sil/u. Raineau’s Suite from Dun/anus. llaydn's Symphony No I()() ‘Mi/ilurv' and. with soloist l'rsula l.cveaux. Vivaldi's Bassoon ('unt‘erin. I Edinburgh Telephone Choir (icorgc Square Theatre. l'niversity ()f lidinburgh. (icorgc Square. ()50 84f”. 7.30pm. £5. Sec Wed 25.
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