Sunday's Show section listed an incorrect time and telephone number for the University of Maryland International Piano Festival and Competition finalists' concert. It will take place Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Information can be obtained by calling 857-0900.

The Washington Post critics choose their favorite shows of the Week. ART

Gloriously successful in the Corcoran Gallery of Art's skylit galleries, Leon Golub's canvases engage the viewer in a shocking, brutal yet seductive way. His subjects -- from Generalissimo Franco to Vietnam soldiers -- reveal their souls under Golub's technique. CLASSICAL MUSIC

The University of Maryland International Piano Festival and Competition will include recitals by notable pianists each evening this week in the Tawes Recital Hall: Rudolf Firkusny, tonight; Armenta, Monday; Dimitris Sgouros, Tuesday; Alicia de Larrocha, Wednesday; Panayis Lyras, Thursday, and Nelson Freire, Friday. Finals of the competition will be held Saturday night at the Kennedy Center.

The Wolf Trap Opera Company will open its season Friday night at the Barns with a double feature: Rossini's "Il Signor Bruschino" and Donizetti's "Viva la Mamma."

The largest audience of the week, live and on television, will certainly be the one hearing the Boston Pops' free 100th anniversary concert, 5:30 today at the Lincoln Memorial.

The National Symphony will give an all-Tchaikovsky program Thursday night at Wolf Trap with Enrique Diemecke conducting and pianist Michael Ponti as soloist. Franz Allers will conduct an NSO pops program at Wolf Trap on Friday night. DANCE

The lively D.C. Contemporary Dance Theater presents its latest program at the Dance Place tonight. Choreography and music by Dance Place faculty, students and staff members will be showcased Friday and Saturday evenings. FILM

The Smithsonian Resident Associate Program's Roman Holiday series begins Wednesday with Maurizio Nichetti's "Splash," a 1983 comedy about advertising. Call 357-3030 for details.

Today and tomorrow, "National Velvet" in a double-bill with "The Wizard of Oz," as the MGM Summer Festival continues at the Circle Theatre.

Tuesday through Thursday at the Biograph, the Taviani brothers' "Night of the Shooting Stars" in a double bill with "Padre, Padrone."

The free Monday night series continues at the National Theatre with Mel Brooks' incomparable comedy, "The Producers," starring Zero Mostel, Gene Wilder, and Dick Shawn. Call 783-3372 for free reservations.

Monday and Tuesday at the Sidwell Cinema, "The Great American Nostalgia Festival," a program of shorts including "Dating Do's and Don'ts," "Television Commercials of the '50s and '60s," and "Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show."

On Friday, the Key Theatre will open an uncut version of Sergio Leone's "Once Upon a Time in the West," with one of Henry Fonda's best performances.

Among current releases, "Back to the Future," Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale's zippy time-travel comedy; "Silverado," a western from nonpareil slickmeister Lawrence Kasdan. POP MUSIC

Blues deluxe on Friday and Saturday at Fort Dupont, with Koko Taylor, Johnny Copeland, Lonnie Brooks and Little Wolf, son of Howlin'. And it's free.

Those oldies but goodies remind me of ewes, or at least a lot of sheep lining up to rekindle their youthful spirits. Tonight it's Carla Thomas, the Clovers, Orioles, Marvelletes and Dynettes at the Carter Barron and on Saturday at the Bull Run rock festival, it's Bo Diddley, the Crystals, Little Anthony, the Angels, Freddie Cannon, Lou Christie and the Coasters (from 12:30 p.m.).