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SIR WILLIAM GLOCK'S inventive programming for the South Bank's ongoing "From the Heart" season has included a dizzying range of music by Mozart (below). Tonight features a fine selection of the composer's work employing wind instruments. Clarinettist Michael Collins teams up with violist Isabelle van Keulen and pianist Howard Shelley in the K498 Trio, nicknamed Kegelstatt. Meanwhile, London Winds give arrangements from Don Giovanni, plus the large-scale Serenade in C minor, K388.

Queen Elizabeth Hall, London SE1 (0171-960 4242) 7.45pm

Graham Vick's original evocative production of Puccini's Madam Butterfly for the English National Opera has been handsomely revived by Leah Hausman. Equally impressive is the singing, led by Cheryl Barker as Butterfly, Bonaventura Bottone as Pinkerton, and Christopher Booth-Jones as Sharpless. Alex Ingram has been conducting so far, but tonight Jeremy Silver takes over the baton for the last five performances of this run, making his Coliseum debut in the process.

Coliseum, London WC2 (0171-632 8300) 7.30pm