Music folk & world listings
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COUNTDOWN TO CELTIC CONNECTIONS
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JEZ LOWE, JAMES KEELAGHAN KRISTINA OLSEN & THE BAD PElllllES
FRIDAY 14m NOVEMBER
SOPPIIITED BY MY DICKINSIM FRIDAY 2181 NOVEMBER
SOPPIIITED BY BRIAN MCIEILL
0141 353 8000
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
60 THE LIST 16—30 Oct 2003
Folk 8 world continued
0 Night Ragas Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 436".l Ipm £15t£13i Pan (if file Btu “Ur/(f.
. Ceilidh Rnerside (‘IUII 3.“ Ian Street. 2-18 .‘l-i-i, ".30pm. £5. See I‘TI 24. I The Zulu Open Mic Brunsmck Cellars. Sauchiehall Street. 572 0016.
4 -7pm. Free. See Thu 16.
0 Bruce Molsky and Virginia Blue (‘raigsfarin Campus. Maree Walk. (‘raigs Hill Sotith. I.i\ingston. 3pm. £8 t£6i. Information 333 500‘). Master I'S fiddler Molsk} is also a great guitarist. banjo pla} er and singer. His music deriies from the Scots/Irish mountain sounds of Appalachia. the pt)“ er of the blues and the rhythmic intricacies of African music. (‘alled sariotisl} ‘old- time music's ansis er to R} (‘ooder' and ‘The Rembrandt of .-\ppalachian I-‘iddling'. he's also \er) entertaining.
I The Boys of the Lough MacRobert. I'nisersity of Stirling. 0l7t<6 466666. 8pm. £9 (£7 l. The original pan- celtic band. with singer/flute player (‘athal McConnell and singer/melodeon master Brendan Begle); play music in the Irish and Scottish traditions.
0 Mahwash & Ensemble Kabul Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 4267. 8pm. £13 (£10). Based in exile in Geneva and led by Khaled Arman. \s ho plays the ruhah lute. the national instrument of Afghanistan. the ensemble represent the traditional and popular sound of Afghan music. At the musical crossroads of Asia. Afghan music is a head} and accessible mixture of Indian. Persian and Central Asian sounds. The group is fronted h} California-based iiarida Mahwash. u ho had to flee Taliban rule after being poisoned for singing. Part of Big Big World.
I Mehboob Nadim and Vijay Kangutkar St Mark‘s t'nitarian Church. (‘astle Terrace. (lit-€75 341149. 6pm. £5 (£4) L'nder 16s free. The Indian Music and Dance Collective present sitar
and \ocalist and Nadim \s Ito is \isiting IIiC [K especiall} for II]L‘\C s‘t‘ilc‘t‘rh. plass in the st}|e ot the legendar) master I'stad \'il.is.it Khan Kangutkar pla_\ s tablas and has “on man} admirers for his uncann} feel for rIi}IIim \shich reﬂects the grand heritage of the Farukhabad st) le There is a workshop hetoreh'and from inn Singers and pla_\ers of an} instruments ot all lesels are \\ elcoine.
I Georgie Ganic ('ale (‘ossacliok Rtissian ('ultural ('entie. King Sheet. 553 0‘33. S 30pm I-‘ree Selection of Rtissian. Hungarian and Eastern Iiuropean accordion music
I Mary Smith \Vee l-‘olk (‘luh Ro}al ()ak. Infirmar} Street. 55" 2W6. S..‘~0pm. £3. Visiting .'\iik‘i'lc.til singer
\\ itli a repertoire ol American and British/Irish songs.
I La Panda Facundia l-il Ban-to. West Port. 22" 8805I lptn 3am. Free. See Sun l0.
I Kenny Donaldson and Davy Sinclair Tolbooth. Jail “Mid. 01’36 274000. l.30pin. I‘ree Scottish sounds from accordionist/piper Donaldson and banio plCIsCr Sinclair.
0 Bob Brozman 8. Rene Lacaille Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 4267. ts‘pm. £12 l£l0l. Brilliant dtio of .\'e\i Yorker/ uorld traseller Bro/man and Rene Lacaille from the Indian Ocean island of La Reunion. mixing together African. Indian. Iirench. Arabic and Iiassaiian music on guitars. accordion aitd \ocals. See pres less. Part of [he Big World
I The Edinburgh and Lothians TMSA Branch Regular Session ()xford Bar. Young Street. 53‘) 71 l‘). 8pm. Free. A monthl) traditional song and intisic session.
I Me Suena Tu Cara The Doric Tavern. Market Street. 225 I084. 8.30pm. Free. See Mon 20.
I John Spillane St Andre“ ‘s in the Square. off Saltinarket. St Andrew 's Street. 5-18 6020. 8pm. £8 (L6). [is-
FARIDA MAI-“NASH AND ENSEMBLE KABOUL
Farida Mahwash and Ensemble Kabom kept the flame of Afghan muslc allve thrOugh years of exrle from Muiahldeen and Tallban rule. Under the Tallban. mUSIC was banned and smger Mahwash. once a star lﬂ her own coming fled Into ex:|e after a dlsaoprOVing relatives attempt to boson her. The Ensembles potent Afghan mix. rooted in Perslan lndlan and Central Aslan scunds. recently WOn the BBC Radlo 3 World MUSIC Award in the Ada Paolfic categOry.
I Far/d8 l‘vfahwash and Ensemble Kab0u/ play as part of Big 8/9 World at the
Tron Theatre. G/asgow. Sun 26 Oct.