Music folk & world listings
Folk 8: world continued
I Ceilidhs at the Caley (‘aletlonian Bwyy cry. Slatel‘ord Road. 228 5(i88. 7pm. £6. 1‘rasci' .\1c1.el|an and his band play for dancing.
OThe Whistlebinkies 'nic Tall strip at (ilasgovv Harbour. Stobcl‘oss Road. 222 251.5. 7.5111311). Lb lUH. SL‘L‘ llllllsl.
I The Clachies Bar 185. Buchanan 11ole1. Buchanan Street. 332 7284. 5pm. l'iliL‘L‘. Sec Still 1 l.
I Margaret Bennett and Sandy Stanage \Vce l-‘olk ('Iub. Roy a1 ()ak. lnlirmary Street. 557 2076. 8.30pm. £3. 1‘o1klot‘ist. storyteller and singer of (iaelic and Scots songs. accompanied by linger- style guitarist Sandy Stanage.
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I Me Suena Tu Cara 'I‘he Doric Tavern. Market Street. 225 1084. 9pm. Free. See Mon 12.
I Ivan Drever Stirling l~‘olk ('lub. Best Bar .\'one. 51) 1'pper (rings. (1125‘) 218521. 8pm. £6. Sensitiye tunes and superb songs from ‘the ()rkney Boy ‘.
GBruce MacGregor, Christine Hanson and Jonny Hardie The Village. Stilllll l‘itllil Slt't‘c‘l. 1.0111). 478 7811).".30put. £5. See llllllsl.
I Folk’n’Friends 'lhe (‘anons' (iail. ('anongatc. 55o 4-181. 0pm. 1-‘rcc. Sec Tue 13.
I St Andrew’s in the Square Ceilidh Dance 8t .'\lltll'L‘\\ ‘s in the Squaw. ol'l‘ Salttnarket. 8t Andre“ 's Street. 548011211. 7.31) l(1.3()ptlt. £5. See \VL‘tl l-l. I Song Session (’ale Source. St Andrews in thc Squaw. St Andrews Squaw. olt Saltmarket. 54800211 8.30pm. l'hl'L'C. SL‘L‘ \VL‘tl 14.
I Lomond Folk Club The Highlander. Smollcl Place. (1138‘) 757501. 8.30 11pm. l'll'L'L‘. Sec Wed 14.
I Talitha McKenzie 1)unl'ermlinc Polk (‘1ub.'1‘histle’laycrn. Baldridgebtirn. 111383 72%73. 8.30pm. 1-‘rotn the ['8 bill long: resident in Scotland. the ex-.\1outh Music \ocalist [k‘l'lttl‘llts songs l't'oin \arious cultures in quite a levy languages. includng (iaclic.
I Ceilidh Club 'I‘olboolh. Jail \Vynd. (11780 27-11101). 7.30pm. to (lainin £151. See “ed M.
I Chris Rogers Live at the Star. St Andrea \ in the Square. oll Saltmarket. St Andrew 's Street. 548 (3020. 8pm. £6 till). Admired contemporary sitiger/songwriter. Support from the Lanarkshire Songwriters (it'oup.
I Colcannon North titlinhurgh Arts ('entw. 315 2151. 8pm. £5.:\ustra1ian easy -on-the—ear celtic band \\ ith strong vocals and instrumentals.
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OChapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge St (‘ttthhet't‘s (‘ltltt‘c‘lL l.(tllllilll Road. 'l‘ickets: ()68 2111‘). 7.30pm. £8 £12. New music. mainly Scottish premieres. l‘ot‘ choit'. vocal soloists. brass quintet and organ in lirst venture to lidinburgh by the .1ohn.-\rutitagc Memorial 'l'l'ust. Nicholas (‘1cobury conducts the ('hapel ('hoir. ()nyx Brass quintet and organist Daniel Hyde. John .\lc('abe's Songs of [/H' (fun/wt. Jonathan Dove's The Far '/-/I(’ull‘lt‘tl/\ (if/NU ttlltl l'illlUIY’M‘l’IN'(' by Pattl Patterson are the main pieces appearing alongside nevv \vot'ks by tip and coming composers.
I The Erebus Ensemble Nieolsolt Square ('hurch. Nicolson Square. («)7 7776. 7.45pm. 12‘) (£2425). The lii‘ebus Iinsemhle. \vith Edinburgh (‘ily ()rganist John Kitchen. presents an evening ot~ i‘rench Baroque chamber music including a ('unt'crt Ruyt'utt by 1-‘rancois ('ouperin and a rarely perl'ormed suite for three violas da gamba by Marin .\1arais.
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I Celebrity Organ Recital St (iiles‘ ('alhedt'al. Royal Mile. 225 9-1-12. 8pm. £71£5l. Royal ('ollege o1. ()rganisls Performer ol' the Year 2002. Robert ()ttinney. play ing pieces by Bach. Dupre. lilgar and others.
I Junior Academy Sinfonia RSAX“). l()l) RL‘tll't‘L‘“ Sll'L‘L‘l. 5.32 5057. 7.30pm. Free. ('hristopher (iray conducts a performance ol' Sibelius' lil/H' Tris/r. Walton's llt'm'v l.’
l’ttt'lu'lbt'l'x ('llut‘onm' and others. Amira Bedrush-Mcl)onald is violin soloist.
Nr Berwick Upon Tweed
I Summer Music Festival 2004 Paxton House and Country Park. Paxton. ()128‘) 386291. Times vary. £the. Six days of chamber music performed by some of Britain's most distinguished musicians featuring evening concerts and masterclasses.
Nr Berwrck Upon Tweed
I Summer Music Festival 2004 Paxton House and (‘ountry Park. Paxton. (1128‘) 386201. 'l'imes vary. L'tbc. Sec Fri 16.
OThe Full Monteverdi Royal (‘oncert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8001). (rpm & 8pm. £25. 1 Fagiolini bring their staged version of .‘ylonteverdi's Qualm Uhm (1v ' .llmll'iguli to (ilasgovv for an evening of Italian food and song. While enjoying an Italian meal. diners “ill be treated to come of the most beautiful music ever written for unaccompanied voices.
Nr Berwrck Upon Tweed
I Summer Music Festival 2004 Paxton House and (‘ountry Park. Paxton. 01289 386291. Times vary. £tbc. See Fri 16.
I Celebrity Organ Recital St (iiles’ Cathedral. Royal Mile. 225 94-12. 8pm. L7 (L51. Timothy Noon pel'lorllls pieces by Btixtehude. Bach. l.is/t. \'ierne and others.
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John Armitage Memorial Concert Founded in 2000, JAM is set up to nurture and promote the future of classical composition in the UK. Up and coming composers are especially encouraged, through inviting scores from anyone and everyone, no matter what age or experience. Alongside performances of these pieces. new commissions from established composers add a bit of known weight. as a first time for JAM in Edinburgh, but hopefully they‘ll be back. See Preview. St Cuthbert’s Church, Edinburgh, Sat 70 Jul.
The Full Monteverdi You've got to go for the title alone. but just don't expect the obvious. I Fagiolini enjoy a well deserved reputation for their inventive approach to presenting early music in the concert hall, especially through staged or semi-stage versions of Renaissance music for voices. So be prepared for something a bit different as well as, of course. the tiramisu. Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, Sun 78 Jul.
Anthony Pike plays as part of the Summer Music Festival, Paxton House, Berwick Upon Need, Fri 16-Sun 18 Jul