by Bruce Reid
SANDRA GLOVER--A surprisingly slow week for concerts (just the organ recital listed below) is made up for with a busy schedule of recitals at UW. I have no idea what soprano Glover's recital consists of, or whether her voice is worth hearing; but the price is certainly right for the curious. Brechemin Auditorium, UW School of Music, 543-1201, 8 pm, free.
BARRY LIEBERMAN & FRIENDS--That's the collective title for these concerts, put on under the auspices of UW double bass instructor Lieberman, but the instrument will be in the apparently capable hands of Ovidiu Badila, joined by pianist Atonella Constantini. Mostly lyrical works of Italian origin (from Dragonetti, Bottesini, and Rossini), with Paganini's showstopper Variations for one string--Moses Fantasy and Bartok's more raucous and rough-edged Romanian Folk Dances thrown in for variety. Brechemin Auditorium, UW School of Music, 543-1201, 2 pm, $10 general, $8 students/seniors.
BETH ANTONOPULOS--Since I'm more partial to the oboe than the human voice, when it comes to this weekend's mystery concerts I'm giving the nod to Antonopulos. Brechemin Auditorium, UW School of Music, 543-1201, 8 pm, free.
CAROLE TERRY--The latest of the season's worth of solo performances designed to remind Seattleites that, hey, Benaroya has an organ now. There's the obligatory Bach piece (Prelude and Fugue in G, BWV 541), plus two works by Vierne (Clair de lune, Op. 53, and the closely numbered Carillon de Westminster, Op. 54) and Variations sur un Noël, Op. 20. Also two compositions by composers whose considerable fame doesn't extend to their organ music: Mozart's Fantasie in f, K. 608, and Mendelssohn's Sonata No. 4 in B flat, p. 65. Not to mention Antwerpner Tanzbuch by that reliable old master, Anonymous. Benaroya Hall, Taper Auditorium, 215-4747 or www.seattlesymphony.org, 7:30 pm, $15-$25.
by Megan Seling
WIZARD OF OZ--John Goodman, Harry Anderson, Phyllis Diller, Mark Hamill, Ray Bradbury, and others star in this complete audio production of L. Frank Baum's Wizard of Oz. The mini-series begins Thursday morning and wraps up same time on Friday. KUOW 94.9 FM, 9 am.
FIRST HOUR FOLKUS--The first hour of John Sincock's "Lunch with Folks" is spent spotlighting the work of a different artist each week. This week's guest is IIIrd Tyme Out. KBCS 91.3 FM, noon.
LIVE ROOM--Rock band Juke is tonight's guest on The Live Room. They will play some of their "sweet, melodic American rock" and chit-chat about what the band has been up to as of late. KCMU 90.3 FM, 8 pm.
SOUNDTRACK CINEMA--This week's program is devoted to the music of Trevor Jones and Randy Edelman in The Last of the Mohicans. The score will be performed by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and conducted by Joel McNeely. KING 98.1 FM, 10 pm.
THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS--Y&R gives you a chance to hear the new and best work of all your favorite Pacific Northwest artists. Tune in, because what else could you be doing on a Sunday night? 107.7 KNDD FM, 9 pm.
VARIETY MIX--Recently added to KCMU's playlist, among others, were the New Pornographers, Bluetip, and Southern Culture on the Skids. Hear new work from those listed and then some, with Amanda Wilde as your host. KCMU 90.3 FM, 2 pm.
OUT OF TOWN
ROCK*A*TEENS: Thurs Nov 23, Satyricon, Portland
MARTIN SEXTON: Sat Nov 25, Aladdin Theatre, Portland
DAMIEN JURADO, SONGS: OHIA: Sat Nov 25, Meow Meow, Portland
EDDIE MONEY: Sat Nov 25, Emerald Queen Casino, Tacoma
RON SEXSMITH: Sat Nov 25, Richard's on Richards, Vancouver, BC
HABIB KOIT:, OUMOU SANGARE: Sun Nov 26, Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC
UZ JSME DOMA: Sun Nov 26, Starfish Room, Vancouver, BC; Wed Nov 29, Satyricon, Portland
SAMMY HAGAR & THE WABORITAS: Mon Nov 27, Arlene Schnitzer Hall, Portland
BUFFALO TOM: Mon Nov 27, Crystal Ballroom, Portland
RAHZEL, UGLY DUCKLING: Tues Nov 28, Pine St Theater, Portland
NOTHINGFACE, ENDO: Tues Nov 28, Starfish Room, Vancouver, BC