Kevin Leomo is a Glasgow-based composer who writes primarily for acoustic instrumental forces. He graduated with an MMus in composition from the University of Glasgow under the supervision of Professor Bill Sweeney and Dr. Jane Stanley. Kevin is currently undertaking doctoral studies with Jane Stanley, focussing on cross-cultural composition.

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Apr
27
Sat
PM Music: Paul Lamb & Chad Strentz @ Websters Theatre 2, Glasgow
Apr 27 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

With support from Michael McMillan.

May
3
Fri
Scottish National Jazz Orchestra: New Waves @ Perth Concert Hall, Perth
May 3 @ 7:30 pm
New Waves: ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM / FATS WALLER
Arranged, orchestrated and conducted by Bill Dobbins featuring Tommy Smith, Irini Arabatzi, Mario Caribe & Brian Kellock
Sally Beamish: Divertimenti @ The Radlett Centre, Radlett
May 3 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

A group of top-ranking players with a wealth of world-wide experience play the Boccherini and Schubert Quintets in C major, a Terzetto by Dvorak and a new piece by Sally Beamish.  Together since 1978, this group is heard frequently on Radio 3 and Classic fM.

www.radlett-music-club.co.uk

May
4
Sat
Scottish National Jazz Orchestra: New Waves @ Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
May 4 @ 7:30 pm
New Waves: ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM / FATS WALLER
Arranged, orchestrated and conducted by Bill Dobbins featuring Tommy Smith, Irini Arabatzi, Mario Caribe & Brian Kellock
PM Music: The Tailor of Inverness @ Webster's Theatre, Glasgow
May 4 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Dogstar Theatre Company presents

THE TAILOR OF INVERNESS

Krawiec z Invernessu

Written & performed by Matthew Zajac

With Jonny Hardie/Gavin Marwick on violin

Directed by Ben Harrison

Designed by Ali Maclaurin

Musical direction by Jonny Hardie & Gavin Marwick

Matthew Zajac’s international hit show about his Polish father goes on its 6th Scottish tour.

The Tailor of Inverness has entranced over 36,000 people, playing in a huge variety of venues from prestigious theatres in cities which include New York, Adelaide, Kiev, Malmo and Berlin to tiny village halls.  This is a rare chance to see this unforgettable and moving story of displacement and survival in war-torn Europe, a powerful allegory for all victims of war.

Winner of a Scotsman Fringe First, the Stage Best Solo Performer Award at the Edinburgh Fringe and the 2009 Best Actor Award from the Scottish Critics.

May
5
Sun
Scottish National Jazz Orchestra: New Waves @ Usher Hall, Edinburgh
May 5 @ 7:30 pm
New Waves: ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM / FATS WALLER
Arranged, orchestrated and conducted by Bill Dobbins featuring Tommy Smith, Irini Arabatzi, Mario Caribe & Brian Kellock
May
11
Sat
PM Music: Andre Krengel & Roland Krause @ Websters Theatre 2, Glasgow
May 11 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

The guitar duo of André Krengel & Roland Krause combines a rousing mixture of different musical genres: melodies and grooves from the worlds of jazz, swing, Flamenco, blues, pop & funk and Latin America, their compositions blending into a harmonious whole. With boisterous energy and passion André and Roland perform their repertoire, comprising original compositions as well as surprising adaptations of many well-known pieces.

May
12
Sun
Dave Arcari and Sean Oliver @ The Record Factory, Glasgow
May 12 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
SCOTTISH alt.blues troubadour Dave Arcari is joined by Canadian country/roots songwriter Sean Oliver for a special one-off show.
May
22
Wed
Rory Boyle: String Quartet No.2 (Quartetto da Requiem) @ Le Monde, Edinburgh
May 22 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

A selection of movements exploring the historical and modern roles of faith in music, including work by Rory Boyle and Haydn’s Seven Last Words. Our Classical Rush Hour series tickets all include a drink – arrive at the bar from 5pm, get a drink and take your seat for an hour of the best classical music.

PM Music: Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham @ Cottiers, Glasgow
May 22 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm