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Performance on 3

Synopsis

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Beyond Our Shores
From the Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow. Tonight's programme features two premieres: Roberto Sierra 's percussion concerto, and a new arrangement of a famous Britten ballet. With
Geoffrey Baskerville.
Evelyn Glennie (percussion),
Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conductor Steuart Bedford MacMillan The Exorcism of Rio
Sumpul
Sierra Con Madera, Metal y Cuero (first UK performance)
8.45 News from North Britain
Five new stories from Scotland.
4: The Thatched Roof, the Roadside Madonna and the Banjo. By Bill Duncan.
Michael Mackenzie reads the intriguing tale of the little-known marriage between Gaelic and Negro cultures in the 18th century and its impact on the music and songs of the Western Isles of Scotland.
9.05 Britten, arr Mitchell/Cooke Suite: The Prince of the Pagodas
(first performance of arrangement)

Contributors

Unknown: Roberto Sierra
Unknown: Geoffrey Baskerville.
Unknown: Evelyn Glennie
Unknown: Bill Duncan.
Unknown: Michael MacKenzie

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