Morning events, Music, Contemporary

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Jim Colquhoun, Patrick Jameson, Steve Hollingsworth and Ellis Luxemburg: Kling Klang

Installation featuring a 3D lasercut rendering of an album cover by Kraftwerk, together with an open-access electronic music studio for the public to interact with. Check the gallery's website for details of performance events.

Queens Park Railway Club, Glasgow

Thu 17 Apr

Free

Part of Glasgow International.

  • 11:00 – 18:00

Fri 18 Apr

Free

Part of Glasgow International.

  • 11:00 – 18:00

Sat 19 Apr

Free

Part of Glasgow International.

  • 11:00 – 18:00
…and 2 more dates until 21 Apr

An Evening of Movies and Musicals

An evening of movie music featuring Lorna Luft (sister of Liza Minnelli), X Factor winner Joe McElderry and Britain's Got Talent winner Jai McDowell.

Music Hall, Aberdeen

Fri 18 Apr

£20–£60 / 0131 629 6003

  • 07:30 – 21:30

Sonic Bothy Open Sessions

Open performance by the ensemble which incorporates musicians of all levels of ability, including those with learning difficulties.

City Halls, Glasgow

Tue 22 Apr

Free / 07756 944787

  • 10:00 – 14:30

Wed 23 Apr

Free / 07756 944787

  • 10:00 – 14:30

Tue 29 Apr

Free / 07756 944787

  • 10:00 – 14:30

Wed 30 Apr

Free / 07756 944787

  • 10:00 – 14:30

Katie Paterson: Earth-Moon-Earth

This early work by Paterson consists of Beethoven's Sonata for Piano No 14, better known as the 'Moonlight' Sonata, translated into Morse code and beamed at the moon; the reflected transmission is then re-translated back into musical form and played on a piano, complete with missing notes where the moon's surface has…

Jupiter Artland, Wilkieston

Thu 31 Jul

Included in admission / 01506 889900

Part of Edinburgh Art Festival.

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Fri 1 Aug

Included in admission / 01506 889900

Part of Edinburgh Art Festival.

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Sat 2 Aug

Included in admission / 01506 889900

Part of Edinburgh Art Festival.

  • 10:00 – 17:00
…and 33 more dates until 28 Sep

Kings Theatre: Borstal Boys

A punk rock opera based on the book "Converted on LSD", a true story of David Clarke, who along with his older brother Michael were criminals in the 1960s. Performed by The Asylum Seekers.

Kings Theatre, Portsmouth

Sat 26 Apr

£10 (£8; £7 mems) / 02392 828282

  • 10:00
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Musicians From The Royal Northern College Of Music: Edwin Roxburgh

  • Directed by: Clark Rundell (cond)
  • Written by: Edwin Roxburgh

Clark Rundell conducts Edwin Roxburgh's Dreamtime For Solo Flute And String Orchestra, Cantilena For Oboe And Piano, Soliloquy 4 For Solo Cello and his Homage To Debussy For Piano Duet.

Wigmore Hall, London W1U

Sat 26 Apr

£5 (£3) / 020 7935 2141

  • 10:00

Enliven Eastleigh: Designer-Maker & Fashion Fair

Designers and makers from England and France show off their fashion, crafts and arts, plus there's a chance to get hands-on with creative workshops and activities throughout the day.

The Point, Eastleigh

Sat 7 Jun

Free / 02380 652333

  • 11:00 – 16:00

Explorations: The Sound Of Nonesuch Records: Session Three

Performances by acclaimed young pianists and composers, Timo Andres, David Kaplan and Brad Mehldau.

Guildhall School Of Music & Drama, London EC2Y

Sun 18 May

Milton Court Concert Hall

£15–£20 / 020 7628 2571

  • 11:00

Lucy Reynolds & MAP: A Feminist Chorus

Lucy Reynolds has composed a collective choral event drawing on the collection of the Glasgow Women's Library and the city archives to illuminate the power and achievements of the Women's Movement. The score is performed on Sat 5 Apr.

Glasgow Women's Library

Thu 17 Apr

Free / 0141 550 2267

Sound installations. Part of Glasgow International.

  • 09:30 – 17:00

Fri 18 Apr

Free / 0141 550 2267

Sound installations. Part of Glasgow International.

  • 09:30 – 17:00

Mon 21 Apr

Free / 0141 550 2267

Sound installations. Part of Glasgow International.

  • 09:30 – 17:00

The Raven Banner, Twelve Valkyries and a Ghost Army

The Battle of Clontarf in 1014 was one of the pivotal events in Irish history, helping to bring about the end of Viking power in Ireland. Here it's told from a Norse perspective, in a fusion of music, theatre and storytelling from Sarah Jane Gibbon, Emma Grieve, Aimee Leonard, Tom Muir and the Orkney College Art Department.

King Street Hall, Kirkwall

Tue 24 Jun

£10 (£8)

Part of St Magnus Festival.

  • 11:00