Music folk & world listings

Folk & World continued

0 Hadara Tron Theatre. ’l‘rongate. 552 4267. 8pm. £7.50 (£5.50). Mainly piano- based ‘kick-blue rock ‘n' soul‘ (in her

my n \tords) from this feisty lsraeli \(ic‘alist and songyyriter. Part of Big Big \Vtirltl.

I Nuevo Tango The Arches. Argyle Street. ()‘)()1 (122 0300. 7pm. £8 (£6). An eyening of tango dance. music. cabaret and song from Dudendance Theatre and Mr Niel-ails (’hatnber. with gtiest artists from Argentina.

I Jez Lowe and the Bad Pennies St Andrew's iii the Square. off Saltmarket. St Andrew's Street. 548 6020. 7.30pm. Special Sunday [he at the Star ey'ent. See Wed 25.

I Oshinyandwa t‘nit-ersity or (ilasgoyy ('hapel. t'niy'ersity Ayenue. 330 541‘). 7.30pm. Tickets by donation. See Stiii 2(1.

I Kesha ('afe (‘ossachok. Russian ('tiltural (’entre. King Street. 55.3 ()733. ‘)pm. £5. .\'ige| ('lark (guitar). ()leg l’onomarey (violin) and Lev Atlas (violin) perform Rtissian. (iypsy' and Kleziner.


I The lslandmen Nether-him Arts Centre. High Street. 557 5724. 7.45pm. £6 (£4). Tales of Skye. Lewis and the Shetlaiids. \yith Seoras .\Iacphersoii. lan Stephen and lays i‘ence 'I'ttlloch. Part of the Scottish international Storytelling l’estiyal.

I Jim Malcolm \Vee l5olk ('ltib. Royal Oak. lniirmary Street. 557 2976. 8pm. £5. Ballads. Burns. and his own songs accompanied on guitar. and expertly- played inoothie.


I International Ceilidh Collective 'l‘olbooth Theatre. Jail \Vynd. 01786 274000. 1.30pm. Free.


0‘ Folk Music

Briati McAlpine and Bob Turner‘s (‘eilidh (‘ollectiye


I Kilmarnock Folk Weekend The Hunting Lodge. (ilencaii'n Square. (1156.3 522920. 8pm. £10 per day. (£5 per day. ). See Fri 25.

Monday 28


ON’Faly Kouyate Raiiishorn Theatre. Ingram Street. 553 8000. 8pm. £7.50 (£5.50). linergetic singer. kora (African harp) and balafon (wooden xylophone) player and storyteller fuses blues. World music. jazz and his on it traditional music from (itiinea. Part of Big Big World.


GAitan L'sher ltall. Lothian Road. 22s 1155. 8pm. £127 £16.50. ()ne of the text great lrisli batids bring their l)oiiegal— rooted \‘OL‘ill and iiddle-driy en sound to the capital for the first time in years. Only Scottish date. See prey-text.


I Show of Hands Stirling liolk Club. Terraces llotel. .\Iel\'ille 'I‘errace. ()1786 472268. 8pm. Very popular in lingland. vocalists Steye Knightley and Phil Beer accompany themselves on a van-load of instruments.

Tuesday 29


I Journey 'l‘ramyyay. Albert l)ri\e. (1845 3303501. 8pm. £8 £10 (£2 £6). The Dance House and the l'niyersity of Namibia (‘hoir collaborate in a fttsioii of African choral music. dance and drama. 50 African singers and 100 Scottish- based performers present an epic musical


at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

RALPH MCTELL Friday 25 October


Martin Taylor and Juan Martin Friday 1 November

Friday 8 November

JUNE TABOR Friday 15 November

BARACHOIS Friday 22 November

Fridau Night Folk Club

Featuring Martin Carthy, Martin Simpson,


All gigs are at 8pm in the Strathclyde Suite

at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall for tickets call 0141 353 8000

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I Tintal \Vootllantls Methodist (‘littrclL Woodlands Road. 353 8000. 8pm. £7.50 (£5.50). Part of Big Big World


I Alan Bruford Memorial Lecture St ('ecilia's llall. Niddry Street. (on gate. 6.15pm. Free. l’rof Donald .‘yleek. Dept 01' ('eltic and Scottish Studies. on ‘1.andlords and listate Officers in (iaelic 'l'i'adition'. Part of the Scottish international Storytelling l‘estiyal.

Wednesday 30


OToto La Momposina 'l‘ he Arches. Argy le Street. 0‘)0l 022 0300. 8pm. £12.50 (£10). Return \isit of the exuberant troupe led by legendary ('olumbiaii singer and dancer .\iomposina. combining .-\inerican and African traditions. Part of Big Big World. I Journey ’l‘raiiiyyay. Albert l)ri\e. 08453303501. 2.3(1pintk 8pm. £8 £10 (£2 £6). See line 2‘).


I Show of Hands titlinbtirgh l-‘olk (‘lub. ('abai'et Bar. 'l‘he l’leasaiice. 650 234‘). 8pm. See Mon 28.

I Mr McFall’s Chamber Si .Iohn‘s ('hiii'ch. Princes Street. 467 0744. ‘)pin. £‘) (£4). l’cter Nelson conducts the l‘ls' premiere of Georgian composer. (iiya ls'ancheli's new \york. lisil. based on the poems ()111\\()(ierln;in .leyyish poets liyiiig in e\ilc after \\’\\'11, Mcl‘all's ('hainbei' are joined by soprano Stisan Hamilton and flatitist l);t\c lleath. Tickets from li(‘.r\'l‘ 0131 53‘) 8877.


QOmar Sosa Octet 'i'he Arches. Argy le Street. ()‘)(ll ()22 0300. 10pm. £15.51) (£1 1.51)). leap at the chance it) hear the astonishing. yyorld-lcading pianist \y ho eiicotiipasses post-bebop. contemporary ja//. latin dance idioms. 'i'ortiba chants. hip hop beats and much more. Part of Si ('tiba l't‘sliHll and Big Big \Vorltl.

I Mary Black Royal (‘oncert llall. Saticliiehall Street. 353 8000. 7.30pm. £16.50 £18.50. lltigely popular Black has diyersiiied far from her He Danaan days back into her lrish family tradition of pop and contemporary country /folk. I Cathryn Craig and Brian Willoughby St Andre“ 's in the Square. off Saltinai‘ket. St Andre“ ‘s Street. 548 6020. 8pm. ('athryn on country \ocals accompanied by Brian on guitar.

I Journey 'l'i'amyyay. Albert l)ri\e. (18—15531135111.8pin. £8 £11) (£2 £6). See Olitle 2‘).


I Thrust Belle Angele. ll;istic"s (iltise. ('oyygate. llpii). £51£41.’l.ic‘kc‘l\ in adyaiice from .v\\alanche. (‘ockbtirn Street. 'I‘raiice ceilidh from (‘i'oft .\'o liiy‘e. grubby rootsy soul from Mystery Juice. and DJ l)()lpltln Boy.

I Out of the Bedroom \Vayerley Bar. St Mary 's St. 55" 1050.

‘)pm midnight. l-ice. See Thu 17.


I Mick West and Frank McLaughlin lialkirk liolk ('htb. The Polish ('ltib. Arnot Street. 01324 613305. £5 (£4). lop \tiealist \Vest is lellL‘tl by one of his band-members in a contemporary take on Scots music.


I Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham .\i.icRobert. l'niyersity ()1. Stirling. (11786 466666. Split. £7 (£3.50). ()titstaiiding fiddle and accordion and a steady stream of jokes.


Performances will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least eight days before publication. Classical listings compiled by Ruth Hedges and Carol Main.


I Dunedin Consort (ilasgtm t'niyersity (‘hapel t'niyersity Ayentie. 330 4002. 7.30pm. £3 £11. Vocal music spanning o\ er a thousand years. the ('tmstirt‘s lil'st concert ()1 tlteir next season features sacred and secular music of the litiglish Renaissance.


I Die Fledermaus liestiyal 'l'heati‘e. 1.5 2‘) \iettlsttn Street. 52‘) 6001). 7.15pm. £10.50 £52.20. Scottish ()pei‘a present (iiles llayei‘gal's acclaimed production of .lolianii Stratiss’ l)rc l'ft’t/('!'I)I(lll\. conducted by \Vyn l)1t\'ie\ and choret)graphed by 'l‘eri'y .lohn Bates. I Scottish Chamber Orchestra Queen's lltlll. ('lerk Street. 668 201‘). 7.45pm. £6.50 £21. (‘onductor 'l'on ls'oopman makes his S('() debut with a programme celebrating tyyo of litirope's great intisical capitals. Paris and Vienna. \\'orks to be performed are by llaydii. Rio/art and Schubert. \\ iii) the latter's (‘n/i/iix/it’r/ Syrup/tony to finish things off.

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I Midday Concert RSAMI). l()() Renfreyy Street. 332 5057. 1pm. £5 (£3). (’ellist Robert li'\ ine and pianist liali l’ayri perform Sally Beamish's Sorta/u for ('(‘HU um/ piano and Rachmaniiioy 's Sonata in (i motor ()/)/‘I.

I Scottish Chamber Orchestra (‘ity llall. (‘andlei'iggx 353 8000. ".30pm. £6 £18. See Thu 17.


I Jena Trio llei'iot-\\‘ait t'niyersity l‘nion. Riccartoii. 451 5333.

12.30 1.20pm. Free. l‘lute. \iolin and

\ iola trio.

I Dunedin Consort (ii‘ey friars Kirk. (irey friars Place. 668 201‘). 7.30pm.

£3 £11. See Thu 17.


I BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra .\1acRobert. t'tiiyersity or Stirling. 111786 466666. 8pm. £ l 7

(£6 £14.50). See llltl 1".

Saturday 1 9


I Die Fledermaus l-‘estiyal 'l‘heatre. 1.5 2‘) Nlc‘tdstin Street. 52‘) 6001). 7.15pm. £10.50 £52.20. See Thu 17.


I Sunday Promenade Organ Concerts Art (iallery k .\1tisetini. Kelyingroye. Argyle Street. 287' 26‘)‘). 2.30 3pm k 3.30 4pm. l'i'ee. liortnightly‘ organ concert giyeii by local musicians.


I The Treorchy Male Voice Choir Queen‘s llall. (‘lei‘k Street. 668 201‘). 7.30pm. £10 £14 (£10 £12). ()ne of the greatest success stories in \Valcs' cultural history. and probably the best;- knoyyn male \oice combination in the maid.


I Harlem Gospel Choir ()tiecii's llall. ('lei'k Street. nos Zol‘). “.Witm.

£13. the maid i‘enoyy nctl choir bring