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Volume 1 Issue 5 - February 1996

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  • Toronto
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INDEX: ENSEMBLES,

INDEX: ENSEMBLES, PRESENTERS, VENUES ··· ' TWO ===~~~.,::iii-z PULSE: roundup (Numbers after • name = dates of performance) Academy Concert Series, 3 Music Umbrella, 17New Music Aldeburgh Connection, 29 Concerts, 4 Amadeus Ensemble, 18 New Millenium Orchestra, 7 Art Gallery of Ontario, 7 Nexus, 5 Autumn Leaf Performance, 9 Niagara Brass, 24 Bacchanal, 10 North York Symphony, 29 Baroque Music NovaTer Artists, 10 beside the Grange, 18 O'Keefe Centre, 1,2 Beii'Arte Singers, 24 Ontario Science Centre, 24 Birchmount Park Collegiate, 5,17 Oriana Singers, 24 Black Umfolosi, 10 Orpheus Chamber Choir, 9 Blind Boys of Alabama, 3 Orpheus Choir of Tor., 9 Boston Symphony Orchestra, 6 Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, 11 Canadian Chamber Ac'ademy, 4,25 Penderecki String Quartet, 8 Canadian Electronic Ensemble, 24 Premiere Dance Theatre, 4 Canadian Opera Company, 1 ,2, Quartette, 21 3,6,7,8,9,10,11 Redeemer Lutheran Church, 10 Canadian Singars, 23 Repercussion, 27 Canadian Stage Theatre, 28 Rosedale United, 29 Cawthra Park Auditorium, 3 Roy Thomson Hall, CBC Glenn Gould, 5,6, 12, 1,6,7,8, 10,13,14 20,21,27 Royal Ont. Museum, 11 CCMC, 13,20,27 Scarborough Philharmonic, 5,17 Central Technical School, 14, 15,17 Scarborough Schools Concert Church of the Transfiguration, 25 Choir, 24 Classical Cabaret, 25 Shevchenko Music Ensemble, 11 Concentus Arts, 10 Sonic Boom, 9 Concentus Arts Recital Series, 2 Soul Stirrers, 3 Continuum, 11 St. Andrew's United, 23 Critical Band, 21 St.Christopher House Cuarteto Latinoamericano, 16 Music School 1 Daniel Quartet, 29 St. James Cathedral, Dawes, Christopher, 1 6,9, 13,20,27 Deer Park United, 2 St. Luke's United, 2 Deer Park Concerts, 2 St. Paul's Church, ·7, 14,21,28 Delta Meadowvale Resort, 17 St. Paul's R.C. Church, 24 East York Symphony, 24 Student chamber ensembles, 1,8 Eastminster United, 3,17 Student composers, 29 Ensemble Anonymus, Q Student Jazz Ensemble, 13,14 Etobicoke School of the Arts, 2 Tafelmusik Orchestra, 8,9, 10,11 Evergreen Club Gamelon Te Deum Orchestra & Choir, 17 Ensemble, 6 Theatre fran«;ais de Toronto, Faculty of Music, 1 ,2,3, 28,29 6, 7,8, 11, 13, 14,17,27,29 Timothy Eaton United, 11 Ford Centre, 3,4, 7,9, 14, Toronto Consort, 2 15, 16,17,21 ,23,27,29 Toronto Early Music Centre, 3,11 Ford Centre studio theatre, 25 Toronto Mandolin Orchestra, 11 Fourplay, 25 Toronto Mass Choir, 1 George Weston Recital Hall, 17,29 Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, 7 George lgnatieff Theatre, 4, 25 Toronto Opera Repertoire, Glenn Gould Studio, 1 ,8, 14, 16,17, 18,23,24,25,28 9,11, 15, 17, 18,25,27,29 Tor. Operetta Theatre, 14 Grace Church-on-the-Hill, 24 Toronto Symphony, 1, 7, Hannaford Streat Silver Band, 4 8,1 0, 12,13, 14, 15,17, Harbourfront Cushion Concarts, 21,22,24,28 10,24 Trinity Chamber Ensemble, 25 Haydn Trio, 20 Trinity-St. Paul's United Church, Jane Mallett Theatre, 8, 14, 2,8 15,20,29 Turtle Island Jewish Music Tor. 29 String Quartet, 6 Kavkasia Trio Live, 17 University Settlement Les Coucous Benevoles, 8,29 Music School, 16 Les Amis Concert Series, 25 Vilnius String Quartet, 4 Markham Theatre, 18 Walter Hall, 1,2,3,6, 7, Millennium, 21 8,11, 13, 14, 15,25,27,29 Mississauga Symphony, 3,17 Water's Edge Cafe, 10,24 Mooredale Concerts, 10,11 Willowdale United, 10 Moscow Virtuosi, 14,15 Winter Garden, 10 Music Around Us : CBC, 1 ,8, 15, Women's Musical Club of 22,29 Toronto, 15 Music Gallery, 3,6,7,8,11,13,16, York Symphony, 17,18 17, 18,20,21, 23,24,25,27,29 Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, Music TORONTO, 8,15,20,29 7.14,21,28 tor th.e Cove of singirzg 1 THE CHORAL STORE MAURA McGROARTY 235 McRae Drive Toronto, Ontario Canada M4G 1T6 Tc1:(416) 422-2522 1-800-624-2748 Fax: (116) 422-4065 The 12-tick.et give-away Here's how it works. Call us at 416 603-3786, and we'll tell you which tickets are still available. If you're interested in trying for two of the available tickets, all you have to do is answer the "skill testing question," and 2 tickets are yours. The question: which day in February has the most concerts listed in this issue of Pulse? The Etcetera file WORKSHOPS etc. •Worlds of Music Toronto . offers 9 workshops to choose . from this spring: (see their ad on page 3 for details). Each workshop consists of ten two-hour classes. 5. 416-538-1831'. •Brass class with long & McQuade Feb 3: 2-4: Saxophone with Paul Brodie. Feb 10 2-4: Trombone with Peter Sullivan. Feb 17 1-5: Trumpet with Vincent Cichowicz. Feb 24 2-4: Trumpet with Arnie Chycoski. Details, ad. on page 3. •CAMMAC (Canadian Amateur Musicians Musicians Amateurs Canadians) voice course Feb 19: Advanced vocal technique with Peg Evans. Ten two-hour sessions from Monday, Feb 19 to April 29. Bloor St. United Church, 300 Bloor St. W. 484-6456. 0 (members), 0 (nonmembers). •Early music circles Toronto Early Music Centre holds regular monthly "circles" in renaissance flute, viol, and singing. For information, Leslie Tomlinson-- 966-1409. • "New Directions" Feb 26 to March 1: Piano Workshop with Dr. Irene Morrow. 461-5610. RECITALS etc •Student recitals --gem hunters take note At PuLSE presstime there were 34 undergraduate student recitals scheduled at Walter Hall Feb 1 to 29. For information, call the Faculty at 978-3750. •It's Kiwanis time again! Feb 10 to 25, in 22 halls across Metro, 30,000 participants ranging in age from 4 to 60 will take part in the 53rd annual Kiwanis Music Festival. Programmes available: the Festival office, 1 00 Adelaide Street W. or at competition sites after Feb 1 0. Call the Festival office at 363-3238 for info. Tlte Musie Book Sfure THOUSANDS OF BOOKS, SONGBOOKS & SHEET MUSIC: CLASSICAL, OPERA, JAZZ, WORLD, POP & MORE. 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Program t.b.a. St. Luke's Ur;~ited Church, 353 Sherbourne St (at Carlton). 964-8293. . • 7:30: Etobicoke School of the Arte • 12:00: Mueic Around U a: CBC Mueic Department. Ensemble Night Noon Hour Concerte, hosted by '96. Concertos, solos, varied, own Lorna Jackson. The Toronto Mass compositions. 675 Royal York Roed, Choir; a gospel celebration of Black. Etobicoke. 394-6910. , . History Month. Glenn Gould Studio, e8:00: Canadian Opere Company. 250 Front Street W, 205-5555. Free. Richard Wagner's Der Fliegender •12:00: Roy Thomeon Hall. Hollander, Christopher Alden dir., w. Christopher Dawes, organ. A rare Richard Paul Fink as the Hollander concert on the magnificent Gabriel and Eva-Maria Bundschuh as Santa. Kney organ, featuring works by O'Keefe Centre, , 1 Front Street East. Bossi, Sweelinck, Bach, Robertson 872-2262. -90: -30. and Widor. 364-8849. Free. • 8:00: Deer Perk Concert•. William •12: 10: F acuity of Mueic. Student Wright in a Recital of Organ Music. chamber ensembles. Walter Hall, 80 Works by Bach, Liszt, Reger, Litaize, Queen's Pk. Crase. 978-3744. Free. Burge. Deer Park United Church, 129' •8:00: Benefit Concert for St. St. Clair Ave. W., 962-3381. . Christopher Houee Mueic School. An e8:00: Faculty of Mueic. Faculty evening of Brahms and Beethoven Artist Series. Lorna MacDonald, with Christina Mahler, cello and soprano with Gait Sirguey, piano. Glenn Hodgins, piano. Beethoven: Music by Louis Beydts, Oskar Sonata no. 3 in A, op. 69; Brahms Morawetz, George Rochberg, Karl Sonata no.1 in e, op. 38 and Sonata Szymanowski and Joaquin Rodrigo. no. 2 in F, op. 99. Glenn Gould Walter Hall, 978-3744, ,. Studio, 250 Front Street W. 205- e8:00: Toronto Coneort. Ensemble 5555. , (patron tickets) . Anonymus. Music from 13th and • 8:00: Canadian Opera Company. 14th Century France and Italy. Italian double bill. Puccini's Gianni Claude Bernatchez voice, fiddle & Schicchi with Renato Capecchi and percussion; Lucie Brosseau fiddle; Leoncavallo's Pagliacci with Ben Robert Huard voice and percussion: Heppner as Canio. O'Keefe, 1 Front Pierre Langevin dulcimer, shawm. Street E. 872-2262. -90; -30. flute, organett and bagpipe; Guy •8:00: Toronto Symphony. Joaquin Ross, lute, oud and voice. Trinity-St. Valdepenas, Jacques lsraelievitch conds. Mozart: Serenade No. 10 in W. 964-6337. -. B-flat for 13 Wind Instruments, K.261 "Gran Partita"; Tchaikovsky: Serenade for string orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593- 7769. .25-.25 • 7:30: Concentus Art• Recital Series. Karen Frandsen, soprano. Paul's United Church, 427 Bloor St. •1 :00: Mi .. i .. auga Symphony Orchestra Children'• Seriee. Rick and Judy in Concert. Cawthra Park Auditorium, 1305·Cawthra Rd . S. 905-274-1571. & . •7:00: Toronto Early Mueic Centre. "Music fot the Royal Courts• Preconcert lecture by David Fallis. Free with admission to concert. See next listing for details. •8:00: The Academy Concert Seriee. Music for the Royal Courts of Germany and France. Rona Goldensher baroque violin, Washington McClain baroque oboe, Olga van Kranendonk baroque violoncello, Viviana Sofronitsky harpsichord. Eastminster United, 310 Danforth Ave. 928-1257. , (senior & student), (child) .. •8:00: Canadian Opera Company. see Feb 1 at 8:00. •8:00: Ford Centre. Feel The Spirit. Gospel Music starring The Blind Boys of Alabama featuring Clarence Fountain, and The Soul Stirrers with special guest Inez Andrews. Ford Centre, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. , , . •8:00: Faculty of Mueic. Faculty Artist Series. Shauna Rolston, cello. Barber: Sonata; Da Falla: Suite populaire espagnole; Douglas Schmidt, commissioned work; student composition. Walter Hall, 978-3744, ,. ' •8:00: Mi .. ieeauga Symphony Orchestra. Subtle Vibrations. Alice Ho: Radiants; Mozart: Symphony #35 in D, K. 385; Dvorak: Symphony #7 in d. Cawthra Park Auditorium, 1305 Cawthra Rd. S. 905-274-1571. -19.50. •8:00: Music Gallery. The Variations Project. Forty Variations by as many composers. Barbara Pritchard, piano. 179 Richmond St. W. 204· 1080. ,. •2:30: Ford Centre. Feel The Spirit. See Feb 3 at 8:00. •3:00: Canadian Chamber Academy. Guest Artist, Vilnius String Quartet. Shostakovich: Quartet No. 5; Haydn: Quartet op. 42; Beethoven: Quartet No. 16 op. 135. George lgnatieff Theatre, 15 Devonshire Place. 538-4342. ,. •3:00: The Hannaford Street Silver Band. Horn of Plenty, with James Sommerville. Edward Gragson: Concerto for French Horn and Brass Band; new work by Roger Bergs. James Curnow cond. Jane Mallett Theatre 27 Front St . E. 366-7723. .50, .50. PULSE: listings ... e8:00: New Mueic Concerte. GRAME. Exciting French music ensemble from Lyon. New live and electro-acoustic works by French and Canadian composers. Premiere Dance Theatre, Queen's Quay W., 961-9594. ,. • 7:00: The Scarborough Philharmonic. Rehearsal open to General Public. Birchmount Park Collegiate, 3663 Danforth Ave. 439- 8527. Free. •8:00: CBC Glenn Gould Studio. Nexus. Percussion Classics of the 20th century. Steve Reich: Drumming, Part 1 , and Music for Pieces of Wood; Tore Takemitsu: Rain Tree; John Cage: Third Construction; Gavin Bryar: One Last Bar and Joe Can Sing. 250 Front Street West, 205-5555. ,. Gary Armstrong Woodwinds Ltd. 720 Bathurst Street, Suite 502 Toronto, Ontario M5S 2R4 Phone 416-535-6000 Fax 416-535-9650 Toll-Free: 1-800-356-4025 Fine Instruments Expert Rep a ir A cc esso r. ies Sheet Music SEASON OF MONTHLY RECITALS FOR EMERGING PERFORMERS See listings for lime and place A project of Concentus Arts Mervin Flck Artistic Director 964-8293 worlds OF ·music TORONTO 1996 WORKSHOPS oW African Drumming oSouth African Singing oKallmba (African Thumbplano) oEast European oAccordlon Styles oSephardlc Songs oBulgarlan/ Macedonlan Singing oBrazlllan Samba oKiezmer Music oW.Afrlcan Song&. Dance Feb. 8 until April 1 1 at Bloor Street United Church 300 Bloor St. W. Call 538-1831 1000 Sat Feb. 3 Sat. Feb. 10 Sat. Feb. 17 Sat Feb. 24 Long & McQuade Musical Instruments 925 Bloor Street West, Toronto 588-7886 SALES RENTALS REPAIR FEBRUARY FREE CLINICS Saxophone: Paul Brodie Trombone: Peter Sullivan Trumpet: Vincent Cichowicz * Trumpet: Arnie Chycoski FINANCING 2-4 P.M. 2-4 P.M. 1:30-4:30- 2-4 P.M. Everyone is invited to join us for an exciting month of Free clinics. *All clinics will be held at our Bloor St. location with the exception of Vincent Cichowicz which will be held at U ofT For forther details please call our Band Department at 588-7886. Toronto North York 588-7886 663-8612 Oshawa 905-434-1612 Scarborough 492-2525

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